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Violin Concerto. Op. 77. Photocopy (copyflow), of autograph Partitur (Stichvorlage) ms. in Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. Annotated, with other ms. notes, in Jonas's hand. Also photocopies of Stichvorlage, ms. copy of Solo violin part, with autograph annotations, in the Library of Congress, and excerpts from other mss.
Violin Sonata No. 1 in G. Op. 78. Photocopy, 28 leaves, of autograph ms. in Staatsbibliothek, Wien. With published score. Plate 8148. Berlin: N. Simrock . 31,,11,pp. Annotated in Jonas's hand.
Zwei Rhapsodien. Op. 79. Photocopy of Stichvorlage, ms. by copyist, with autograph corrections, in private collection in France. Together with typescript drafts by Jonas for his proposed new edition.
Zwei Rhapsodien. Op. 79. Plate 8166. Berlin: N. Simrock, 1880. 19,pp. 2 copies, one annotated in Jonas's hand. Together with 3 modern editions edited by Eugen d'Albert, Moritz Mayer-Mahr, and Walter Georgii, all annotated in Jonas's hand.
Academic Festival Overture. Op. 80. Photocopy, 52 leaves, of autograph Partitur ms. in Deutsche Staatsbibliothek, Berlin [East]. With 6 ms. leaves of notes in Jonas's hand.
Tragic Overture. Op. 81. Photocopy, 56 leaves, of autograph Partitur ms. in Stanford University Music Library, Stanford, Calif. Together with photocopy of autograph sketches in Gesellschaft für Musikfreunde, Wien, and published score. (Plate E. E. 4563. London: Ernst Eulenburg [n.d.]. 52pp.), annotated in Jonas's hand, with 4 ms. leaves of notes.
Piano Concerto in B flat major. Op. 83. I. Allegro non troppo. Photocopy, 66 leaves, of autograph Partitur ms. in Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek, Hamburg.
Piano Concerto. Op. 83. II. Allegro appassionato. III. Andante. Photocopy, 54 leaves, of autograph Partitur ms. in Hamburg.
Piano Concerto. Op. 83. IV. Allegretto grazioso. Photocopy, 54 leaves, of autograph Partitur ms. in Hamburg.
Romanzen und Lieder. Op. 84. Photocopy, 7 leaves, of autograph mss. of no. 1 (in the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.) and no. 4 (in the Newberry Library, Chicago). Together with detached pages of N. Simrock edition (Plate 8298, Original-Ausgabe) of nos. 2, 3, and 4, and 5 leaves of notes in Jonas's hand.
Piano Trio. Op. 87. Photocopy, 43 leaves, of autograph Partitur ms. in the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Symphony No. 3, F major. Op. 90. Partitur. Plate E. E. 4560. London: Ernst Eulenburg [n.d.]. ,iv,134pp. Annotated in Jonas's hand, with 3 leaves of ms. notes, and 3 photocopy leaves excerpted from autograph ms. in Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Tafellied. (Dank der Damen)... für sechsstimmigen gemischten Chor... Op. 93b. Partitur. Plate 8484. Berlin: N. Simrock [n.d.].
Sechs Lieder. Op. 97. Photocopy, 6 leaves, and facsimile of autograph ms. of nos. 3-5 (in the Stadtbibliothek, Wien) and 6 (in private collection, West Germany).
Symphonie IV. E moll. Op. 98. Partitur. Plate W. Ph. V 133. Wien: Wiener Philharmonischer Verlag . ,168pp. Annotated, with 6 leaves of ms. in Jonas's hand.
Fünf Gesänge. Op. 104. Facsimile, 1 leaf, of autograph ms. of no. 3 (in private collection).
Fünf Gesänge. Op. 105. Photocopy, 4 leaves, of autograph ms. of nos. 3 and 4 in the Stadtbibliothek, Wien. Together with typescript by Jonas concerning changes in Liliencron's text for no. 4, "Auf dem Kirchhofe."
Quintett für zwei Violinen, zwei Violen und Violoncell. G dur. Op. 111. Partitur. Plate 238. London: Ernst Eulenburg [n.d.]. ,v,,52pp. Together with arrangement for piano, 4 hands. Plate 9505. Berlin: N. Simrock [n.d.]. 47,  pp. Both scores annotated in Jonas's hand.
Quintett, B minor, for Clarinet... Op. 115. Partitur. Plate E. E. 4573. London: Ernst Eulenburg [n.d.]. Annotated, with 1 leaf ms. notes, in Jonas's hand, and with 1 photocopy leaf from autograph ms. in the Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde, Wien.
Fantasies. Op. 116. Photocopy, 21 leaves, of autograph ms. in Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek, Hamburg. Together with early Simrock editions of nos. 1-3 and 7, and modern editions of nos. 1-7 edited by E. Steuermann and W. Georgii, annotated in Jonas's hand, with typescript draft for proposed new edition.
Three Intermezzi. Op. 117. Photocopy, 11 leaves, of autograph ms. notes in Jonas's hand for proposed new edition. Together with early edition, Drei Intermezzi. Plate 9876. Berlin: N. Simrock, 1892. 15,pp. Also two modern editions edited by E. Steuermann and W. Georgii, all annotated in Jonas's hand.
Piano Pieces. Op. 118. Photocopies of autograph ms. of no. 1 (in Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.), and nos. 2, 3, 6 (in Staatsbibliothek, Berlin [West]); also of ms. prepared for engraver, nos. 1-6 (in private collection in Germany). Together with published edition, Sechs Klavierstücke. Plate 10054. Berlin: N. Simrock, c1893. 19,pp. (Simrock Volks-Ausgabe No. 175). Annotated in Jonas's hand.
Piano pieces. Op. 119. Photocopies of autograph ms. of no. 1 (in Library of Congress, Washington) and ms. prepared for the engraver, nos. 1-4 (in private collection in Germany). Together with published edition, Klavierstücke. Plate 10055. Berlin: N. Simrock, 1893. 19,pp. Annotated in Jonas's hand.
Two Sonatas for Clarinet. Op. 120. Typescript and ms. in Jonas's hand prepared for his edition of Brahms's arrangement for violin. With photocopies of the first edition of original version, altered by Brahms for violin arrangement, in Jonas's private collection.
Vier ernste Gesänge. Op. 121. English text adapted by Paul England. Plate 10679. Berlin: N. Simrock, c1896. 19,pp. Annotated in Jonas's hand. Together with a later printing, also annotated.
Elf Choralspiele für die Orgel. Op. 122... Fotokopien... des Originalmanuscripts. [München]... G. Henle [1956?] ,21 leaves of facsimiles. Presentation copy to Jonas, inscribed by Joseph Schaefer. Together with Sämtliche Orgelwerke. Wiesbaden: Breitkopf & Härtel . ,55,pp. Annotated in Jonas's hand, and with 10 photocopy leaves of other Brahms mss.
Hungarian Dances. WoO 1. Photocopy of autograph ms. of Brahms's transcription for orchestra of nos. 1 and 3, in Stanford University Music Library, Stanford.
Two Sarabandes. WoO 5. New York: Edwin F. Kalmus, 1940. Together with photocopy, 7 leaves, of mss. in Library of Congress and in Hamburg.
"51 Uebungen für das Pianoforte." WoO 6. Stichvorlage, in the hand of a copyist. Photocopy of ms. in Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek, Hamburg.
Deutsche Volkslieder. WoO 32. See Box 46-47.
Materials on Lieder and Volkslieder
Lieder. Collected notes in Jonas's hand, with photocopies of mss. of Op. 46/4 and 86/4.
Deutsche Volkslieder. WoO 32. Photocopies of mss. and of Brahms's corrected proofs.
Deutsche Volkslieder für vierstimmigen Chor, a capella. WoO 32. Photocopy, 14 leaves, of ms. in the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Deutsche Volkslieder. WoO 32. Collected typescript and ms. notes in Jonas's hand, with photocopies.
[Brahms] Morik, Werner. Johannes Brahms und sein Verhältnis zum deutschen Volkslied. Tutzing: Hans Schneider, 1965.
[Brahms] Kross, Siegfried. "Zur Frage der Brahmsschen Volksliedbearbeitungen." Die Musikforschung, XI/1 (1958), 15-20.
[Brahms] Friedlaender, Max. Brahms' Lieder. Berlin: N. Simrock, 1922. With annotations in Jonas's hand.
Critical Works by Others
Adler, Guido. "Johannes Brahms: Wirken, Wesen und Stellung." Studien zur Musikwissenschaft. Beihefte der Denkmäler der Tonkunst in Österreich, 20 (1933), 1-22. Offprint.
Beckerath, Heinz von. "Erinnerungen an Johannes Brahms." Heimat, XXIX (Nov., 1958), 1-12.
Federhofer, Helmut. "Zur Einheit von Wort und Ton im Lied von Johannes Brahms," in Bericht über den Internationalen Musikwissenschaftlichen Kongress, Hamburg, 1956. Offprint.
Fellinger, Imogen. "Brahms und die Musik vergangener Epochen," in Die Ausbreitung des Historismus über Musik, ed. W. Wiora (Regensburg: G. Bosse, 1969), 147-167. Offprint, inscribed by the author.
Fellinger, Imogen. über die Dynamik in der Musik von Johannes Brahms. Berlin: Max Hesse, 1961. 106 pp. With annotations and 6 leaves of ms. notes in Jonas's hand.
Fellinger, Imogen. "Zur Entstehung der `Regenlieder' von Brahms," in Festschrift Walter Gerstenberger zum 60. Geburtstag. (Wolfenbüttel: Möseler Verlag), 55-58. Offprint.
Friedlaender, Max. "Zuccalmaglio und das Volkslied." Jahrbücher der Musikbibliothek Peters, XXV, pp. 53-88.
Galston, Gottfried. Johannes Brahms (Studienbuch, V. Abend). München: Otto Halbreiter, 1926. 38pp.
Geiringer, Karl. "Johannes Brahms in Briefwechsel mit Eusebius Mandyczewski." Zeitschrift für Musikwissenschaft, XV (1933), 337-370. Offprint. Annotated in Jonas's hand.
Gotwals, Vernon. "Brahms and the Organ." Music, IV (April, 1970), 38-55. Corrections and annotations by the author.
Kahn, Robert. "Memories of Brahms." Music and Letters, XXVIII (April, 1947), 101-107.
Kinsey, Barbara. "Mörike Poems set by Brahms, Schumann and Wolf." Music and Letters, XXVIII (April, 1947), 101-107.
Kulenkampff, Hans-Wilhelm. "Warum ist Brahms berühmt?" Photocopy of 5pp. article [ca. 1970].
Michelmann, Emil. Feuerbach und Brahms, eine psychologische Skizze. Berlin: Ed. Bote & G. Bock, 1940. 13pp.
Pascall, Robert. "Unknown Gavottes by Brahms." Music and Letters, LVII/4 (October 1976), 404-411.
Schenker, Heinrich. "Reminiscences of Brahms," English translation [by Jonas?] of portions of "Erinnerungen an Brahms." Typescript, 4 leaves. See also Box 16, f.4.
Stein, Leon. An Analytical Study of Brahms' "Variations on a Theme by Haydn." (Op. 56a). Chicago: DePaul University Press, 1944. 16pp.
Jonas's Work in Progress, with Source Materials on Brahms
Collected ms. and typescript notes by Jonas, with photocopied materials on Brahms.
Ms. notes by Jonas on Brahms holdings in Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde, Wien, and Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek, Hamburg.
Collected photocopies of contemporary letters concerning Brahms.
Typed transcripts of source material for a projected work by Jonas on Brahms.
Typescript and ms. notes by Jonas, with outline for a projected work on Brahms.
Lists (compiled by Jonas) and annotated photocopies showing locations of Brahms manuscripts.
[Sketches by Brahms] Photocopies of various manuscripts.
[Sketches by Brahms] Notes (in Jonas's hand) on Brahms manuscripts.
Johannes Brahms Ausstellung. Hamburg: Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek, . 23pp. Together with related printed matter and ms. notes by Jonas.
Brahms concert programs and related source material.
Scope and Content Note
[Brahms annotations] Photocopies of published scores, the originals annotated in Brahms's hand, of Handel's Saul (Händelwerke 13); Beethoven's Sonata Op. 106 (selected pages, annotations attributed); Schumann's Four Studies for the Pedal-Pianoforte (London, Novello, c1895); Czerny's Klavierschule (selected pages).
[Brahms annotations] Photocopy of autograph letter, Brahms to Simrock, 1872, concerning corrections for Mendelssohn, together with Lieder ohne Worte (Bonn: N. Simrock, n.d.), in which Jonas has inserted Brahms's corrections.
Brahms Editions Projected by Jonas
Piano transcription by Brahms of Handel's 6 Duette für Sopran und Alt. With copy of Peters edition (Leipzig, n.d.) annotated by Jonas, also two ms. notebooks and 6 leaves of loose notes for proposed Jonas edition.
"Rondo nach C. M. von Weber." WoO (in Studien für Klavier... Heft I. Wien: Universal-Edition [n.d.], pp. 8-21) annotated by Jonas, together with 11 leaves of typescript and ms. prepared for a proposed Jonas edition.
Perl, Carl Johann. Christliche Musik und Anton Bruckner. Leipzig: Heitz & Co., 1937. 28 pp.
Etudes. Op. 10 and Op. 25. Photocopies of autograph mss.
Mazurkas. Photocopy of autograph ms. of Op. 33 in National Library, Warsaw. Together with photocopies of ms. copy of Op. 33, no. 4 in the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.; photocopies of early published editions of Op. 33, nos. 1 and 4; and photocopy of autograph ms. of Op. 24, no. 3 formerly in the Library of The Warsaw Music Society.
Nocturne. Op. 62, no. 1. Photocopies of autograph mss. in the National Library, Warsaw, and in the Newberry Library, Chicago.
Nocturne. Op. 62, no. 1. Typescript and ms. notes in Jonas's hand concerning the Newberry Library ms. of no. 1. Together with photocopies of various published editions.
Typescript and ms. notes in Jonas's hand concerning Chopin. Together with printed material.
"Musical characteristics, or a Collection of Preludes & Cadenzas." Photocopy of ms. in the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., together with photocopy of pages of an early published edition.
Deutsch, Otto Erich
Ms. notes in Jonas's hand concerning the Deutsch-Schenker correspondence, with obituary of Deutsch by Walter Gerstenberg and other memorabilia.
Articles by Deutsch, including those reprinted (for his 80th birthday), in Österreichische Musikzeitschrift, Jahrg. 18, no. 9 (September, 1963), 405-449.
Eight published articles, including an account (1965) of the Heinrich Schenker Seminar at the Akademie für Musik und darstellende Kunst, Wien; programs of organ recitals by Eibner; and related material. ( See also, Box 58 f.6.)
Five published articles, 1956-1974. Offprint or photocopy. ( See also Box 48 f.3, 58 f.9-11, and 60 f.3.)
"Hyperions Schicksalslied." Piano-vocal score, edited from the ms. by K. M. Komma, in Hölderlin-Jahrbuch, 1953, pp. 1-. Offprint.
Füssl, Karl Heinz
Miorita. Rumänische Volksballade. Partitur. Plate UE 13916. [Wien]: Universal Edition [c1968]. ,37,pp.
Thoms-Paetow, Johanna. "Wilhelm Furtwängler und die Musik," Allgemeine Musikzeitung, LXI, no. 41 (12. Oktober 1934), 553-556. Complete issue of periodical.
Program of Furtwängler memorial service, Heidelberg, 1954, with newspaper clippings and typed excerpts by and about Furtwängler, including a few relating to Schenker.
Silver, Martin A. Karl Geiringer, a Checklist of his Publications... Santa Barbara: University of California Library, 1969.50 pp.
Gluck, Christoph Willibald von
Abert, Anna Amalie. "Ist der Ritter Gluck Freiwild? Zur Stuttgarter Aufführung der `Alceste.' " Neue Zeitschrift für Musik, CXXIV (1963), 221-222. Photocopy.
August-Halm Gesellschaft. Verzeichnis der Bestände im August-Halm-Archiv. Tübingen: Musikwissenschaftliches Institut, 1961. 20 pp.
Handel, George Frideric
Italian Duets. Photocopies of ms. or published editions of selected duets.
"Israel in Aegypten." 2 leaves carbon typescript. Together with 1 leaf of music headed "No. 5, Takt 1-5." Also photocopy of Handel's will.
Saul. For score annotated by Brahms, see Box 50 f.13.
Chrysander, Friedrich. "Handel's Orgelbegleitung zu Saul," Jahrbücher für musikalischer Wissenschaft, I (1863), 408-428.
Symphony No. 94 ("The Surprise"). Photocopy of autograph ms. fragments (end of first and beginning of second movement) in the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Symphony No. 99, ed. by Ernst Praetorius. Plate E. E. 3627. London: E. Eulenburg [n.d.]. 70 pp. With annotations in Jonas's hand.
Symphony No. 99. Photocopy of autograph sketches for Finale in the Nationalbibliothek, Wien, Musiksammlung Cod. 16.835. Together with Leopold Nowak, "Die Skizzen zum Finale der Es-dur-Symphonie GA 99 von Joseph Haydn," Haydn-Studien, II no. 3 (Mai 1970), 137-166. Photocopy.
"Emperor" Quartet. Hob. III: 77. Photocopies of mss. and published editions of Poco Adagio, Cantabile theme and variations.
Piano Sonata. Hob. XVI: 52. Photocopy of autograph ms. in Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Piano Pieces. Capriccio, "Acht Sauschneider müssen seyn." Hob. XVII: 1. Photocopy of autograph ms. formerly in private collection. Together with transcript in an unidentified hand (Jonas?), and photocopy of Library of Congress copy of first edition: Caprice pour le Clavecin. Plate 170. Vienne: chez Artaria . Also in published edition: Klavierstücke... hrsg. von Kurt Soldan. Plate 11402. Leipzig: C. F. Peters . 44 pp.
Piano Pieces. Arietta. Hob. XVII: 2. Photocopy of first edition in Library of Congress: Arietta con 12 Variazioni. Plate 185-186. Vienne: Artaria [1789?].
Piano Pieces. Fantasia. Hob. XVII: 4. Photocopy of first edition in Library of Congress: Fantasia per il Clavicembalo o Forte-Piano. Plate 250. Vienne: Artaria . Together with photocopies of 2 ms. copies in the Nationalbibliothek, Wien.
Piano Pieces. Theme and Variations. Hob. XVII: 5. Photocopy of: VI. Variations faciles et agreable [sic] pour le Clavecin ou Piano-Forte. Plate 29. Heilbronn: chez Amon .
Variations ( Un piccolo divertimento). Hob. XVII: 6. Photocopy of autograph mss. in the New York Public Library and the Nationalbibliothek, Wien, together with a transcript of the Vienna ms. in an unidentified hand (Jonas?), a photocopy of an early edition, and 2 modern editions annotated in Jonas's hand.
The Seasons. Hob. XXI: 3. Photocopy of 1 leaf of sketches, together with Georg Schünemann, "Ein Skizzenblatt Joseph Haydns," Die Musik, VIII, no. 16 (1908-1909), 211-222. Excerpt.
Die Heiligen Zehn Gebote. Canons. Hob. XXVII: 1-10. Photocopy of autograph ms. in Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde, Wien. Together with published edition: The Holy Ten Commandments. New York: Music Press, c1942.
Original-Kompositionen [for piano. Contains La Roxelane (piano transcription of Symphony No. 63 Allegretto), Arietta con Variazione Hob. XVII: 3, etc.]. Engraver's proofs for Universal-Edition no. 158. Plate U. E. 158 and U. E. 158.339. Lacks title page.
Photocopies of manuscripts and early published editions of various works for the piano, in the Nationalbibliothek, Wien, etc.
"Verschiedene Skizzen." Photocopies of autograph sketches in the Nationalbibliothek, Wien. With brief notes in Jonas's hand and annotated photocopy excerpts from Hoboken's catalogue.
Review by G. A. Trumpff of Haydn, Sämtliche Klaviersonaten, revidiert von Christa Landon, Fingersätze von Oswald Jonas (Wien: Universal Edition, 1964), in Neue Zeitschrift für Musik, CXXVI (1965), 134-135. Excerpt.
Ms. notes on Haydn in Jonas's hand, together with newspaper clippings largely concerning Hoboken's work.
Larson, Jens Peter. Die Haydn-Ueberlieferung. Kopenhagen: E. Munksgaard, 1939. 335, pp.
"Sagt, seid Ihr es, feiner Herr?" Song (from the Spanisches Liederbuch). Op. 13, no. 3. Photocopy of published edition.
Hoffmann, E. T. A.
Sölle, Dorothee, and Wolfgang Seifert. "In Dresden und in Atlantis: E. T. A. Hoffmann und die Musik," Neue Zeitschrift für Musik, CXXIV (1963), 260-273. Photocopy.
Holstein, Hedwig von
Photocopies of selected pages of Eine Glückliche, Hedwig von Holstein in ihren Briefen... Leipzig: Hoessel, 1901.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus arranged as in the Jonas Nachlass
Le Nozze di Figaro. K. 492. Aria, Cherubino, "Non so piu," Act. I. Photocopy of autograph ms., with typescript description of the ms.
Don Giovanni. K. 527. Opening pages of Aria, "Or sai chi l'onore," Donna Anna, Act I, and Duet, "Eh via buffone," Don Giovanni, Leporello, Act II. Photocopies of autograph ms. in the Bibliothèque du Conservatoire, Paris.
Die Zauberflöte. K. 620. La Clemenza di Tito. K. 621. Photocopies of autograph sketches in the Upsala University Library.
"Ergo interest," Concert Aria for soprano. K. 143. "In te spero," for soprano. K. 440. Photocopies of autograph mss. in Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. Together with photocopy excerpts from the Breitkopf & Härtel edition, Mozarts Werke .
"Das Veilchen" (Goethe). Song. K. 476. Photocopy of autograph ms. and Alfred Einstein essay from the Reichner facsimile (1936).
Requiem in D minor. K. 626. Photocopy of portion of ms. of Dies irae.
Piano Concerto in D major. K. 175. Photocopy of first movement, Allegro, from Mozarts Werke. Plate W. A. M. 175. Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel .
Piano Concerto in A major. K. 488. Photocopy (incomplete) of autograph ms. in the Bibliothèque du Conservatoire, Paris.
Piano Concerto in D major. K. 537. Plate B. & H. 8893. London: Boosey & Hawkes . 116 pp. Together with 1 leaf of notes on Jonas's hand.
Quintet. K. 452. Photocopy of autograph ms. in the Bibliothèque du Conservatoire, Paris.
String Quintet in G minor. K. 516. Photocopy of autograph ms. formerly in the Preussische Staatsbibliothek, Berlin.
String Quintet in D major. K. 593. Photocopy, 2 leaves, of autograph ms., beginning of Allegro.
Solo Piano Works
Piano Sonata in G major. K. 189h (283). Photocopy of autograph ms. formerly in the Preussische Staatsbibliothek, Berlin.
Piano Sonata in D major. K. 205b (284). Photocopy of autograph ms. formerly in the Preussische Staatsbibliothek, Berlin. Together with 1 leaf of notes in Jonas's hand.
Piano Sonata in F major. K. 300k (332). Photocopy of autograph ms. in the Scheide collection, Princeton University.
Piano Sonata in C minor. K. 457. Photocopy of ms. copy (for the engraver) formerly in Vienna (Antiquariat Heck).
Fantasia for Piano in C minor. K. 475. Photocopy of 1 leaf of ms. copy formerly in private collection, together with microfilm.
Rondo for Piano. K. 485. Photocopy of copy of early edition (Plate 381. Vienne: chez Artaria ) in the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Allegro and Andante for Piano. K. 533 (together with K. 494). Photocopy of first edition: Sonate pour le Forte-piano... à Vienne: chez Hoffmeister [ca. 1800], in the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Violin Sonata in C major. K. 296. Photocopy (incomplete) of autograph ms. in the New York Public Library.
Violin Sonata in B flat major. K. 317d (378). Photocopy of autograph ms. formerly in the Preussische Staatsbibliothek, Berlin.
Violin Sonata in G major-minor. K. 373a (379). Photocopy of autograph ms. together with photocopies of mss. of other violin sonatas.
Violin Sonata in E flat major. K. 374f (380). Photocopy of autograph ms. in the collection of Louis Koch.
Violin Sonata in C major (fragment). K. 385c (403). Photocopy of autograph ms. in the Bibliothèque du Conservatoire, Paris.
Violin Sonata in E flat major. K. 481. Photocopy of autograph ms. formerly in the Preussische Staatsbibliothek, Berlin.
Kontretänze (for orchestra). K. 462 and K. 610. Photocopy of autograph mss. in the Newberry Library, Chicago. With typescript and ms. notes in Jonas's hand.
Adagio and Allegro for a Mechanical Organ. K. 594. Photocopy of ms. copy in the New York Public Library.
Bibliographical and Critical Materials
Verein der Musikfreunde der Preussischen Staatsbibliothek. Drei Briefe Mozarts in Nachbildung. Berlin: Preussische Staatsbibliothek  (Jahresausgabe, 1918-19). Portfolio. Together with auction catalogue of Mozart mss. (Andre Erben sale, 1929).
Eibl, Joseph Heinz. "Mozart verfasst Rätsel." Österreichische Musikzeitschrift, XXXVI (Februar 1971), 65-71. Photocopy.
Heartz, Daniel, and Alfred Mann, eds. Thomas Attwood's Theorieund Kompositionsstudien bei Mozart. Kassel: Bärenreiter, 1969. 126 pp. (Mozart, W. A. Neue Ausgabe sämtlicher Werke. Kritische Berichte. Ser. X, Wkgr. 30, Bd. 1). Photocopy. With typescript comment by Jonas's students.
King, A. Hyatt. "The Mozart Autographs in the British Museum," Music and Letters, XVIII (1937), 343-54. Photocopy, with notes in Jonas's hand.
Lach, Robert. W. A. Mozart als Theoretiker. Wien: A. Hölder, 1918. 100 pp. (K. Akad. der Wissenschaften, Phil-hist. klasse. Denkschriften, Bd. 61, Abh. 1). With 1 leaf of typescript by Jonas.
Miscellaneous Jonas working materials concerning Mozart, including photocopies (fragmentary) of mss. and published editions, with notes in Jonas's hand.
Zwölf kleine Praeludien. Plate 30342. Lippstadt: Kister & Siegel . ( Die Orgel, Reihe II, Nr. 16). 19 pp.
Reinken, Johann Adam
Sonata in A minor (for strings). Photocopy of 6 published pp.
Scope and Content Note
List of performances by Schenker or performances of Schenker's music. Typescript compilation by Jonas. 3 leaves.
Schenker. Materials largely relating to Der freie Satz: typescript outline of "Urfassung 1915-1919;" other Jonas ms. notes, including Vortrag material.
Schenker-Institut, Neues Wiener Konservatorium, Wien. Announcement of courses . pp. 2 variant printings. With newspaper clippings, 1935, dated in Jeanette Schenker's hand.
Jonas, Oswald. Typescript drafts and gallery proofs for "Schenker, Heinrich." Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart, XI (1963), cols. 1670-1672.
Jonas, Oswald. "Schenker, Heinrich" [proposed encyclopedia article? 1938]. Typescript with corrections in Jonas's hand. Together with ms. and typescript notes by Jonas concerning articles by Roger Sessions, Adele Katz, Richard Hill, Arthur Plettner, K. Jepperson, and others.
Typescripts of lectures by Jonas on Schenker.
Scope and Content Note
Jonas, Oswald. "Die Kunst des Vortrags nach Heinrich Schenker." Musikerziehung XV (März, 1962), 127-129. Excerpt. Together with typescript drafts and additional notes in Jonas's hand.
[Schenker]. "Entwurf einer `Lehre von Vortrag" [compiled by O. Jonas]. Draft outline, typed, with corrections in Jonas's hand. 38 numb. leaves, with 1 additional leaf inserted. (For Schenker's original draft, see Box 18, f.10; for illustrations prepared for Jonas outline, see Box 33, f.4).
Jonas, O. "Aus Schenker's Nachlass: `Die Kunst des Vortrags.' " Typescript and ms. notes, with Jonas's "Einleitung" for a projected edition. Includes typed excerpts from Schenker's correspondence and a list of Vortrag references in the Tagebücher.
Jonas, O. Ms. notes in Jonas's hand for a projected publication of Schenker's Die Kunst des Vortrags, with photocopy excerpts from published editions of Chopin, Brahms, and Mozart containing performance annotations by Schenker.
Jonas, O. "Heinrich Schenker." Lectures by Jonas, 1936-, in German and English, typescripts; together with other typed material and ms. notes in Jonas's hand.
[Schenker, H.] Selected pages from Beethovens neunte Sinfonie (1912) dealing with performance. Photocopies, together with typescripts by Jonas.
Publications by Others about Schenker
Babbitt, Milton. A Life of Learning: Washington, D.C., American Council of Learned Societies  21 pp. (ACLS Occasional paper no.17. Charles Homer Haskins Lecture.) Discusses Schenker's theory; mentions Jonas and Oster.*
Beach, David. "Schenker Bibliography." Journal of Music Theory, XIII (1969), 2-37. Offprint. With Supplement, 1969-1979, Journal of Music Theory, XXIII (1979), 275-286. Photocopy.*
Citkowitz, Israel. "Die Rolle Heinrich Schenkers." Typescript, 8 leaves. German translation of "The Role of Heinrich Schenker," Modern Music, XI (1933), 18-23.
Cube, Felix von [i.e., Felix-Eberhard von Cube]. "Heinrich Schenker." Clipping from unidentified newspaper dated 24. Juni 1928.
Cube, Felix von. Materials, largely prepared by Cube, from the Heinrich-Schenker-Akademie (formerly Schenker-Institut), Hamburg. 6 Urlinie analyses (5 signed by Cube), 1 announcement [ca. 1932], 1 newspaper clipping 1952.
Dahms, Walter. "Das Meisterwerk in der Musik." Allgemeine Musikzeitung, LV (1928), 115-117. Complete issue of Nr.5.
Eibner, Franz. Four published articles, 1952-1963, concerning Schenker theory. With annotations by the author and by Jonas.
Elias, Angi. "Choral-Studien bei Heinrich Schenker" [ca. 1930]. Typescript, 5 leaves, with corrections and annotations in several hands.
Erwin, Charlotte E., and Bryan R. Simms. "Schoenberg's Correspondence with Heinrich Schenker." Journal of the Arnold Schoenberg Institute, V (1981), 23-43.*
Federhofer, Hellmut. "Schenker, Heinrich." Riemann Musik-Lexikon. 12. Aufl. (1959-67), II, 596-597. Photocopy.
Federhofer, Hellmut. "Heinrich Schenkers Verhältnis zu Arnold Schönberg." Österreichische Akad. der Wissenschaften. Phil.-hist. Klasse. Anzeiger, Jahrg. 118 (1981), 369-390.*
Federhofer, Hellmut. Akkord und Stimmführung in den Musiktheoretischen Systemen von Hugo Riemann, Ernst Kurth und Heinrich Schenker. (Veröffentlichungen der Kommission für Musikforschung... Heft 21.) Wien: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 1981. 192 pp.*
Federhofer, Hellmut. Heinrich Schenker nach Tagebüchern und Briefen in der Oswald Jonas memorial collection, University of California, Riverside. Hildesheim: Georg Olms Verlag, 1985. ix,  380 pp. [shelved in the bookstacks, Spec. Coll. ML423 S33F45 1985]*
Halm, August. "Heinrich Schenker." Die Freie Schulgemeinde, VIII (1917), 11-15. Complete issue of Heft 1 (Oktober, 1917). Inscribed, "Zu Dr. Schenker."
Heimler, Hans. "The Essence of the Teaching of Heinrich Schenker" [ca. 1937]. 8 pp. mimeographed. Together with an abridgement (4 pp.).
Hoboken, Anthony van. "Heinrich Schenker." Nieuwe Rotterdamsche Courant, 8 February 1935. Excerpt, with typescript German translation.
Jenkner, Hans. "Hören wir Musik überhaupt noch?" Allgemeine Musikzeitung, Jahrg. 63 (4 Dezember 1936), 749-751. Complete issue of Nr. 49. Article discusses Schenker theory.
Kaufmann, Harald. "Fortschritt und Reaktion in der Lehre Heinrich Schenkers." Neue Zeitschrift für Musik, Jahrg. 126, Heft 1 (Januar 1, 1965), 5-9. Complete issue, with annotations in Jonas's hand.
Kolneder, Walter. "Sind Schenkers Analysen Beiträge zur Bacherkenntnis?" Deutsches Jahrbuch der Musikwissenschaft, III (1958), 59-73. Photocopy.
Mann, Michael. "Schenker's Contribution to Music Theory." Music Review, X (1949), 3-26. Excerpt, annotated in Jonas's hand, together with other ms. notes, and a recent photocopy.
Mast, Paul. "Brahms's Study, Octaven u. Quinten u. A., with Schenker's Commentary translated." Music Forum, V (1980), 1-96. Photocopy.*
Rast, Nicholas. "A Checklist of Essays and Reviews by Heinrich Schenker." Music Analysis, 7 no. 2 (July, 1988), 121-132. Complete issue.*
Simms, Bryan R. "New Documents in the Schoenberg-Schenker Polemic." Perspectives of New Music, XVI (1977), 110-124. Photocopy.*
Vrieslander, Otto. "Heinrich Schenker." Der Kunstwart, XLIII (1930), 181-189. Note in Jeanette Schenker's hand; pp. 185-189 in photocopy.
Waldeck, Arthur, and Nathan Broder. "Musical Synthesis as Expounded by Heinrich Schenker." Musical Mercury, II (1935), 56-64. Photocopy. Together with typescript trans. into German (incomplete).
Excerpts Compiled by Jonas for Proposed Schenker Biography
Jonas, Oswald. "Quellen zur Schenker Biographie." Typescript, together with ms. notes by Jonas of excerpts from the Schenker Tagebücher, and drafts of lectures on Schenker.
d'Albert, Eugen. "Aus Briefen Eugen d'Alberts zu Heinrich Schenker." Typed transcript by Jonas, with photocopies of correspondence and excerpts from W. Raupp, Eugen d'Albert (1930).
Deutsch, Otto Erich. "Letters from O. E. D. to Sch." Summaries (in Jonas's hand) of Deutsch-Schenker correspondence.
Furtwängler, Wilhelm. Typed excerpts by Jonas of Furtwängler letters to others concerning Schenker.
Grunsky, Karl. "Briefwechsel Karl Grunsky und Heinrich Schenker." Typed transcripts by Jonas, with photocopies of ms. originals.
Hanslick, Eduard. "Briefe von Eduard Hanslick an Heinrich Schenker." Typed transcript by Jonas, with photocopies of ms. originals.
Harden, Maximilian. "Harden an Schenker." Typed transcripts by Jonas, with inventory and photocopies of ms. originals.
[Concerning Harmonielehre.] Typed transcripts by Jonas and photocopies of correspondence with Schenker concerning the original publication of Harmonielehre (1906). (For materials on Jonas's English edition , see Box 18).
Liliencron, Detlev von. Typescript and photocopies concerning Liliencron and Schenker's "Wiegenlied" (Op. 3, no. 2).
Messchaert, Johannes. Typescript and ms. excerpts from Die Zeit (1896) and from Schenker's Tagebücher (1909) concerning performances by Messchaert.
[Concerning "die Moderne."] Comments by Schenker on Schoenberg, Strauss, Brahms, and on the future of music. Typed excerpts from Schenker's letters to Violin.
Paumgartner, Bernhard. Typed excerpts from Schenker's Tagebücher and from letters and reviews by Paumgartner. With photocopies.
Peters, C. F. "Briefe von C. F. Peters an Heinrich Schenker" and "Ein Brief von Schenker an Peters." Typed transcripts.
Rudorff, Ernst. Inventory in Jonas's hand of correspondence between Rudorff and Schenker.
Quartett... Op. 7. Plate 624. Berlin: Verlag Dreililien . 80 pp. Lacking back cover. Together with photocopies of portions of Schoenberg's Harmonielehre (1911), annotated in Jonas's hand.
Photocopies of excerpts from publications by or concerning Schoenberg, together with typescript and photocopies of Schoenberg letters to Schenker.
Federhofer, Hellmut. "Arnold Schönbergs theoretisches Verständnis der Wiener Klassik," in Musicae Scientiae Collectanea, Festschrift Karl Gustav Fellerer. Köln: Arno-Volk-Verlag (1973), 102-109. Offprint.
Wellesz, Egon. The Origins of Schönberg's Twelve-Tone System, a Lecture... Washington, D. C.: Library of Congress, 1958. 14 pp.
Lieder. D. 117, 614. Photocopies of autograph mss. of "Das Mädchen aus der Fremde" and "An den Mond in einer Herbstnacht" in private collection in Spokane, Washington.
"Sehnsucht." D. 310, Version 2. Photocopy of autograph ms. in Bibliothèque du Conservatoire, Paris.
"Erlkönig." D. 328, Version 2. Original-Manuscript der ersten Bearbeitung... Berlin: Wilh. Müller, 1868. pp. Facsimile.
"Erlkönig." D. 328, Version 3. Photocopy of autograph ms. in the Pierpont Morgan Library, New York (Clara Schumann's copy, given her by Randhartinger).
"Schlaflied." D. 527. Photocopy of autograph ms. of first version, titled "Abendlied," in the Sibley Music Library, University of Rochester, Rochester, New York.
Lieder. D. 705, D. 917. Photocopies of autograph mss. of version of "Gesang der Geister über den Wassern" (D. 705) and of "Das Lied im Grünen" (D. 917) in Stanford University Music Library, Stanford, California, together with fragmentary notes in Jonas's hand.
Lieder. D. 870, 871. Photocopies of autograph mss. of "Der Wanderer an den Mond" and "Das Zugenglöcklein," first version, in Staatsbibliothek Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Berlin [West].
Symphony in B minor ("Unfinished"). D. 759. Notes in Jonas's hand, with selected leaves of photocopies.
Mass in E flat. D. 950. Photocopy of autograph Partitur ms. in Staatsbibliothek Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Berlin [West].
Sonata in A for piano, D. 959; Sonata in B flat for piano, D. 960. Photocopies of pages from Revisionsbericht (1897) of Schubert Gesamtausgabe.
Neue Schubert-Ausgabe, ser. IV: Lieder Band 1. Kritischer Bericht von Walter Dürr. Tübingen, 1972. Photocopy of typescript.
Jonas. Oswald. "Bemerkungen zu Schumann's `Eichendorffzyklus.' " 7 ms. leaves in Jonas's hand. With photocopies (incomplete) of various Schumann mss. and published works.
Boetticher, Wolfgang. "Neue textkritische Forschung an R. Schumanns Klavierwerk," Archiv für Musikwissenschaft, XXV (1968), 46-76. Photocopy.
Wege zur neuen Musik, hrsg. von Willi Reich. [Wien:] Universal-Edition, 1960. 73 pp. Together with photocopy of English translation. Both items annotated in Jonas's hand.
Photocopy of autographed cover and one inside page of program, Berlin Philharmonic concert in Vienna, 5 April 1897.
Miscellaneous Jonas Lecture Notes
Jonas, Oswald. ["Aus der Werkstatt des Komponisten"]. Typescript (untitled) for illustrated lecture, with revisions in Jonas's hand.
Jonas, O. "Theorie und Praxis-aus der Werkstatt der Meister." Typescripts for illustrated lecture, two versions, with revisions and notes in Jonas's hand.
Jonas, O. ["Von chinesischer Musik"]. Typescript (untitled), with versions in German and English, and other notes in Jonas's hand.
Jonas, O. "Von der Wiederholung in der Musik." Typescript of lecture, revised in Jonas's hand.
Jonas, O. "Der Weg zu einer umfassenden Theorie des Rhythmus." Typescript and ms. notes for lecture.
Jonas, O. "Words and Music in German Songs." Typescript of lecture dated 1954. Includes musical examples that are not related to the lecture.
Jonas, O. "On some Revision and Improvement of Our Teaching Theory of Music." Typescript.
Notes and partial drafts for various Jonas lectures and projected essays; typescript and mss. in Jonas's hand.
Miscellaneous Jonas teaching materials, including photocopies.
Counterpoint instruction: photocopies of examples selected from music mss.
Harmony exercises; student papers. Typescript and mss. materials.
Music theory exercises submitted by Jonas students.
Exhibit materials. Facsimiles and photocopies of pages of music mss.
Collected Bibliographic and Historical Excerpts
Koch-Floersheim Sammlung. "Inhaltsverzeichnis" excerpted from a publication concerning the Louis Koch/Georg Floersheim manuscript collection, Basel (now dispersed), with other notes by Jonas.
Clipping files. Newspaper and periodical excerpts and photocopies concerning music, musicians, and music library collections.
Excerpts from 19th-century music periodicals. Photocopies of criticism and announcements of concerts.
Photocopy excerpts of published music by Ignaz Brüll, Stephen Fry, Robert Fuchs, and others.
Photocopies of selected portions of mss. and published scores used by Jonas in teaching.
Slide and Microfilm Collection
Collected materials. Approximately 2200 slides, 130 microfilm reels, and 110 unmounted frames (cut from microfilms) of music manuscripts and published editions of C. P. E. Bach, J. S. Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Chopin, Handel, Haydn, Mozart, Schenker, Schubert, Schumann, R. Strauss, and Weber. Included are slides of published editions containing Schenker's ms. annotations and analyses, as well as editions of Schenker's writings and ms. leaves of correspondence of Schenker and others. Also included are slides of portraits and slides of art and architecture. Microfilm reels usually indicate the library holding the manuscript, but slides often do not. Jonas's internal order is preserved, often pertaining to comparisons, relationships, or the theme of a lecture.
Beethoven materials. Approximately 220 slides and 40 microfilm reels of Beethoven manuscripts, sketches, and published editions. Jonas's arrangement preserved.
Brahms materials. Approximately 850 slides and 40 microfilm reels of Brahms manuscripts, sketches, and published editions. Jonas's arrangement preserved.
II e. OSWALD JONAS: BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS.
Jonas family documents.
Scope and Content Note
Biographical articles concerning Jonas. Proofs, photocopies and typescripts of entries in Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart, Grove and other publications, together with a Curriculum Vitae [ca. 1940] and list of references, all revised in Jonas's hand. 10 leaves of printer's proofs, photocopies, and typescript, 1936-.
Service list, memorial service for Oswald Jonas, St. George's Episcopal Church, Riverside, 1978. Together with obituaries in Musikforschung 31 (1978), 243, and Mitteilungen der Internationalen Stiftung Mozarteum 26 Heft 3/4 (August 1978), 27 (complete periodical issues).
Stern'sches Konservatorium der Musik, Berlin. Prospekt, 1932. 16 pp. Lists Jonas as teacher of "Kontrapunkt und Fuge."
"Verzeichnis der wichtigeren Artikel und Vorträge von Oswald Jonas seit 1938." Typescript, with other lists of publications and lectures.
Lists of names of scholars attending Jonas's seminars in Vienna and Tübingen, 1960-63. Manuscript, in the hands of those attending. Together with a list in Jonas's hand of his colleagues in Germany.
Reviews, announcements, and publicity clippings concerning books, public lectures, master classes, and performances by Jonas.
Letters of Recommendation for Jonas
Beck, Sidney (Music Division, New York Public Library). TLS undated, typed on form. Photocopy and carbon copy.
Furtwängler, Wilhelm. 3 TLS 1931, 1933, 1954.
Gerstenberg, W[alter] (Musikwissenschaftliches Institut, Universität Tübingen). TLS 1962, typed on form. Photocopy.
Newman, Ernest. Typed transcript of letter, 1938, together with carbon copy annotated in Jonas's hand.
Sandresky, Clemens (School of Music, Salem College). TLS 1962, typed on form. Photocopy.
Waters, Edward (Music Division, Library of Congress). Recommendation to accompany a grant application by Jonas, typed transcript, 1949. Together with TLS 1962, typed on form; photocopy.
Weisse, Hans. ALS 1930 (written in Vienna, but with pasteover identifying Weisse's later positions in New York at the Mannes School and Columbia University).
Letters of acknowledgment (a few to Jonas, but largely addressed to the publishers, Saturn-Verlag, Wien) from libraries and academic institutions to which copies of Jonas's Das Wesen des musikalischen Kunstwerks were sent. 13 letters and 3 postcards, typed and handwritten, variously signed by library directors and others, 1934-1936.
Photocopy of 1960 letter from Eva Wiederer (Associated Music Publishers, New York) to Maria Bauer (Universal-Edition, Wien) concerning copyright of Der Freie Satz, ed. Jonas, 1956. With photocopy of copyright entry for original edition, 1935.
Cards for memberships in musical societies held by Jonas, 1958-59.
III. Moriz Violin materials
IIIa. CORRESPONDENCE (FROM VIOLIN)
ALS 1 undated (drafts, written in San Francisco, ca. 1940-1950. Mentions Schoenberg.
ALU undated (drafts, ca. 1900, written on Dresden hotel stationery)
Cube, Felix von [i.e., Felix-Eberhard von Cube].
ALS 1 1931 (draft?) concerning founding of Cube's Schenker Institut in Hamburg
Jonas, Oswald see Jonas Correspondence, Letters from Violin, Box 36, f. 238.
ALU 1 undated (unfinished draft)
Schenker, Heinrich see Schenker Correspondence, Letters from Violin, Box 14, f.45.
Violin, Frau ____ (Moriz's mother).
ALS 2 undated [ca. 1899-1900]-[1915?]
Violin, Eduard (Moriz's brother).
ALS 3 1889-1890
IIIb. CORRESPONDENCE (TO VIOLIN)
ALS 1 1904
Beer, Berta Lahn.
ALS 1 1939
Billroth, Else [?].
ALS 1 1905
APS 2 1897
ALS 1 1948
TLS 1 1948
Cube, Felix von [i.e. Felix-Eberhard von Cube].
ALS 1 undated 
ALS 2 1931
d'Albert, Eugen. See above, filed under "A"
Ehrlich, Theodore (with letterhead of Steinway & Sons, Hamburg).
TLS 1 1933
Federhofer, Hellmut (includes letterhead of Musikwissenschaftliches Institut der Universität, Graz).
ALS 2 1949
Foerster, Josef Bohuslav.
ALS 1 1937
Frankfurter, Albert (with letterhead of Ungarische Seeschiffahrts-Actien-Gesellschaft "Adria").
TLS 1 1904
APS 2 1896-1903
ALS 1 1920
TLS 1 1934 (letter of recommendation)
Genossenschaft der bildenden Künstler Wiens, Wien.
ALS 1 1903 (signatures not identified)
Hammerl, Lissy (and others).
APS 1 1912 (multiple signatures, including those of Max Graf, Eusebius Mandyczewski, and Richard Stöhr)
Heide, Martha von der.
ALS 1 1933 (to Valerie Violin)
APS 1 1910 (photocopy. For original, see Box 72 f.7)
ALS 1 1933
ALS 1 1933
Jonas, Oswald see Jonas Correspondence, Letters to Violin, Box 36 f. 65.
ALS 1 1904
Löwe, Ferdinand von (with letterhead of Wiener Konzert-Verein, Wien)
ALS 1 1905
APS 1 1899
Mengelberg, Willem (with letterhead of Concertgebouw, Amsterdam).
ALS 1 1938 (to Eva Violin, Moriz's daughter)
ALS 1 1904
APS 1 1904
APS 2 1912
ALS 1 1947*
ALS 1 1931
Pálffy, _____, Comtesse.
ANU 1 undated (written on calling card)
ALS 1 1933
Reznicek, Emil Nikolaus von.
ALS 1 1906
Schenker, Heinrich see Schenker Correspondence, Letters to the Violins, Boxes 6, 7, 8.
ALS 1 undated
ALS 1 1903
TLS 2 1939-1950* (1939 letter on behalf of Violin addressed "To Whom It May Concern")
ALS 4 1902-1949
APS 2 1902-1904
TLS 2 1940-1949
ALS 1 1933
Sessions, Roger (with letterhead of Department of Music, University of California, Berkeley).
TLS 1 1949
Stuart, R. E. (with letterhead of St. Louis Institute of Music, St. Louis).
TLS 1 1940 (photocopy)
Thorsch, Madame Edouard.
ANU 1 undated (written on calling card)
TPS 1 1921 (signature not identified)
Verein zur Abhaltung akademischer Vorträge für Damen, Wien.
ALS 1 1898 (signature not identified)
Violin, Carl Raphael (Moriz Violin's son).
ALS 1 undated [ca. 1925]
ALS 1 1912
TLS 2 1951*-1953
TLS 1 1934 (letter of recommendation)
Webb, O. W. (with letterhead of Army Service Forces, Camp Beale, California).
TLS 1 1945
ALS 7 1912-1935
ALS 4 undated [3 letters ca. 1912, 1 letter 1931]
1 ms. fragment of music undated
ANU 1 1900 (written on calling card)
Wolzogen, Ernst von.
ALS 1 1902
Wedding announcement, Ernst von Wolzogen and Elsa Semann zur Mangern, 1902 (printed and hand illustrated; designed by Franz H. Ehmcke)
APS 1 undated [1917?]
IIIc. WORKS BY AND ABOUT MORIZ VIOLIN, WITH RELATED MEMORABILIA
Violin, Moriz. Ueber das sogenannte Continuo. Ein Beitrag zur Lösung des Problems. No. 3089. Wien: Universal-Edition . 37,pp. Together with photocopy of a review by R. S. Hoffmann in Der Merker, 2. Jahrg. (1. März 1911), 482-483.
Violin, Moriz. Die Zustände an der k.k. Akademie für Musik und darstellende Kunst. Ein offenes Wort über die Leiter der Anstalt Herren v. Wiener und Bopp. Wien: Im Selbstverlage, 1912. 34 pp. Photocopy. Published by Violin at the time of his resignation from the Akademie ( see also Box 70 f.59). Mentions Schenker. *
Violin, Moriz. War diary written on the Eastern Front, 9 June-11 August . 16 ms. leaves in Violin's hand.
Violin, Moriz. "My Personal Recollections of Johannes Brahms." 14 leaves of ms. in English and 12 leaves in German, all in Violin's hand, together with two earlier drafts, and with photocopy of a typescript of the English version
[Violin]. Cook, John Douglas. "... And Brahms Was His Friend," Opera and Concert XIII (October, 1948), 10-11, 28-29. Article adapted from Violin's ms., "My Personal Recollections..."
Violin, Moriz. "Zu Dr. Heinrich Schenker's 50ten Geburtstage." Essay for a proposed Festschrift volume . 20 ms. leaves in Violin's hand, in bound notebook, the remainder blank.
Violin, Moriz. [Obituary of Heinrich Schenker.] Typescript, 3 leaves, signed "M. V." Original and carbon, the latter with extensive corrections, in part in the hand of Jeanette Schenker . Together with a clipping of an abridgment of the corrected version published in a Vienna newspaper, headed "(Zur Erinnerung an Heinrich Schenker.)"
Weisse, Hans. Streichquartett, C moll. Partitur, op. 4. Plate U. E. 7671. Wien: Universal-Edition [c 1925]. Cover title, ,52,pp. Presentation copy, with autograph inscription to Violin.
Brahms-Abend... Kammersängerin Alice Barbi, zu Gunsten eines... Brahms Denkmales. Wien, 30. März 1898. Souvenir program, with lithographic portrait of Brahms.
Biographical Materials concerning Violin
Violin, Moriz. [Biographical sketch compiled by Clifford Wurfel from conversations with Violin's daughter, Eva Windsor, April, 1981.] 1 leaf typescript, with later ms. additions. Together with a newsletter announcing a master class by Violin in San Francisco, 1941.
Violin, Moriz. Notes in Jonas's hand on Violin's career, pianistic technique and teaching method. 6 ms. leaves. Together with 3 newspaper clippings, 2 containing obituaries of Violin .
Akademie für Musik und darstellende Kunst, Wien. Documents relating to Violin's teaching appointment:
Scope and Content Note
Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde, Wien. Documents relating to Violin:
Scope and Content Note
Staatliches Prüfungsamt für Privatlehrer und Privatlehrerinnen, Hamburg. Certificate, "staatlich anerkannter" Lehrer für Klavier, awarded to Violin, 1928.
Rotes Kreuz. Gemeinsames Zentralnachweisbureau, Wien. Certificate of appreciation awarded to Violin for war service with the Red Cross, 1916. Together with Violin's army Identitätskarte, 1917.
Reviews of performances by Violin in Vienna; newspaper clippings, programs, and photocopies, 1896-1934. Includes photocopy of Heinrich Schenker's "Kunst und Leben," Die Zeit, 1. Februar 1896, p. 78, mentioning a performance of the "17 jähriger Künstler Moriz Violin;" also photocopy of a Violin-Fischer-Klengel Kammer-Konzert, 3. November 1904, with Schenker at the piano and Violin conducting.
Reviews of performances by Violin in Hamburg; newspaper clippings and programs, 1922-1933.
Reviews of performances by the Violin-van den Berg-Buxbaum trio in Berlin; newspaper clippings, 1926.
Karpath, Ludwig. "Wien" [Music chronicle from Vienna.] Signale für die Musikalische Welt, Leipzig, Jahrg. 64 (1906), 196-197. Review of performance of Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 3 by Violin. Also discusses Schenker. Together with another issue of the Signale, Jahrg. 62 (15. November 1904), mentioning performances by the Violin-Klengel-Fischer trio and by Schenker.
Letters of Recommendation for Violin
Busoni, Ferruccio. ALS 1900, addressed to "Sehr verehrter Herr Kapellmeister."
Furtwängler, Wilhelm. TLS 1934. Photocopy (for original see Box 70 f.17).
Goldschmidt, Adalbert von. ALS undated [1900?] to Arthur Nikisch, introducing Violin.
Schalk, Franz. ALS undated [1900?] to Richard Strauss, introducing Violin.
Schoenberg, Arnold. Letters on behalf of Violin.
TLS 1939, addressed "To Whom It May Concern." Typed transcript, mimeographed. (For original see Box 70, f.35)
TLS 1939, addressed to the Coordinating Committee for German Refugees, San Francisco
Printed version of letter to Alfred Hertz 1939 (as translated and published in Schoenberg's Letters, ed. E. Stein. London, Faber , pp. 203-204)
Walter, Bruno. TLS 1934. Photocopy (for original see Box 70, f.44).
Scope and Content Note
IV. Other Correspondence
CORRESPONDENCE EXCLUDING SCHENKER, JONAS, AND VIOLIN
TLU 1 1963 (to Norman Fromm; carbon typescript)
Barnes, Richard G. (with letterhead of Northwestern University Press, Evanston, Ill.).
TLS 1 1969 (to Elena Hift, Universal-Edition, Wien; photocopy)
Bell, Alice M. (secretary to Marguerite T. Doane).
TLU 1 1954 (to G. Henle Verlag, München; typescript copy)
Bente, Hella (with letterhead of Sekretariat Elly Ney, Bonn).
TLS 1 1934 (to Saturn-Verlag, Wien)
APS 1 1934 (to Universal-Edition, Leipzig)
ALS 1 1900 (to "Herr Kapellmeister;" letter of introduction for Moriz Violin. Photocopy; for original see Box 70 f.68)
Cube, Felix von (i.e., Felix-Eberhard von Cube. With letterhead of Schenker-Institut, Hamburg).
ALS 1 1948 (to Ernst Oster; photocopy.)
TLU 2 1951 (to Arthur Waldeck; carbon typescript)
Deutsch, Otto Erich.
TLS 1 1932 (to Anthony van Hoboken; carbon typescript, with autograph postscript addressed to Schenker)
TLU 1 1953 (to Josef Schaefer, G. Henle Verlag, München; typescript copy)
TLU 1 1988 (to Tomás Kornfeld; photocopy)*
Forte, Allen to Ernst Oster. See transcript (incomplete) of 1960 letter included in letter of 20. Nov. 1960 from Oster to Jonas, Box 36, f.199.
TLU 2 1933 (to Ludwig Karpath concerning an appointment for Schenker in the Akademie. Photocopies of typed transcripts; see also Box 35 f.4)
Furtwängler, Wilhelm, to Felix (Eberhard) von Cube. See transcript of 1934 letter included in letter of 4.X.34 from Cube to Schenker, Box 9 f.34.
TLS 1 1965 (to Arno Volk, B. Schott's Söhne, Mainz; carbon copy)
Goldschmidt, Adalbert von.
ALS 1 undated [1900?] (to Arthur Nikisch; letter of introduction for Moriz Violin. Photocopy; for original see Box 70 f.70)
ANU 1 1894 (to Eduard Bacher, Neue freie Presse, Wien; written on calling card, recommending Schenker)
Harpner, Stefan G. (with letterhead of Theodore Presser Company, Bryn Mawr, Penna.).
TLS 1 1970 (to Joseph Stein, M.I.T. Press, Cambridge, Mass.; photocopy)
Hift, Elena (with letterhead of Universal-Edition, Wien.)
TLS 2 1969-1970 (to Richard G. Barnes, Northwestern University Press, Evanston, Ill.; photocopies)
Hoch, D. B. (with letterhead of Dr. Hoch's Conservatorium, Frankfurt a. M.).
ALS 1 1903 (to Eugen d'Albert)
Hofmeister, Friedrich, firm, Leipzig.
1 report from 1923 concerning publication date of Schenker's Tonwille III (to Wilhelm Hofmann, firm, Kiel)
Kalmus, Alfred (with letterhead of Wiener Philharmonischer Verlag, Wien).
TLS 1 1927 (to Otto Erich Deutsch. See also two related Deutsch TPS to Schenker, 14. and 22. Nov. 1927, Box 10 f.3)
Kammerer, Emil, Hof- und Gerichtsadvokat, Wien.
TLS 1 1916 (to Ludwig Karpath; signed by a member of the firm. ALS on verso from Karpath to Schenker)
Kestenberg, Leo (Preussisches Ministerium für Wissenschaft, Kunst und Volksbildung, Berlin).
ALS 4 1930 (to Hans Weisse; ms. copies transcribed in the hand of Jeanette Schenker)
TLS 1 1927 (to Otto Erich Deutsch; refers to a typed except, on verso, concerning Hans Pfitzner in an article by Alfred Heuss in Neue Zeitschrift für Musik, 1927)
Kornfeld, Tomás (Thomas; grandson of Jeanette Schenker)
TLS 1 1988 (to Heribert Esser; photocopy)*
TPS 1 1988 (to Heribert Esser; photocopy)*
Krueger, T[heodore] Howard.
TLS 1 1958 (to Erwin Ratz)
TLS 2 1958 (to Alfred Schlee, Universal-Edition, Vienna; typescript copies)
Lehmann, Robert Owen (includes letterhead of Robert Owen Lehmann Foundation).
TLS 1 1964 (to Claude V. Palisca, Department of Music, Yale University, New Haven; photocopy)
TLU 1 1965 (to Joseph Stummvoll, Nationalbibliothek, Wien; typescript copy)
Levarie, Sigmund (with letterhead of University of Chicago, Department of Music).
TLU 1 1952 (to Morton M. Grodzins, University of Chicago Press; carbon typescript)
Mühlau, Walter G., firm, Kiel.
1 postcard report form 1929 (to Reinhard Oppel concerning Schenker's [unpublished] Erläuterungsausgabe of Beethoven Op.106)
Nowak, Leopold (includes letterhead of Nationalbibliothek, Musik-Abteilung, Wien).
TLS 1 1949 (to Szymon Goldberg)
Cablegram 1 1949 (to Szymon Goldberg
TLU 1 1939 (to Franz Eibner; carbon typescript with autograph additions)
Perks, W. R. (with letterhead of United Kingdom Home Office, Aliens Department, London).
TLS 1  (to Otto M. Schiff; typescript copy)
ALS 1 1895 (to Robert Underwood Johnson; together with typed transcript)
Reynolds, William H. (with letterhead of University of California, Riverside, Department of Music).
TLU 1 1966 (to Roger Chapman, University of California, Santa Barbara; carbon typescript)
TLS 1 1948 (to Ernst Oster; carbon typescript signed. With marginal markings, probably by Jonas)
ALS 1 undated [1900?] (to Richard Strauss; note of introduction for Moriz Violin. Photocopy; for original see Box 70 f.70)
TLU 1 1959 (to Datus C. Smith, Princeton University Press; typed transcript)
ALS 1 1965 (to Christa Fuhrmann Landon)
Universal-Edition, Wien (includes letterhead; variously signed on behalf of the firm).
TLS 1 1958 (to Erwin Ratz, with typed translations of 2 letters, T. H. Krueger to Alfred Schlee 1958 and Universal-Edition to T. H. Krueger 1958)
TLU 1 1958 (to T. Howard Krueger; carbon typescript)
TLS 1 1961 (to Eva Wiederer, Associated Music Publishers, New York; carbon typescript)
TLS 1 1965 (to Hellmut Federhofer; photocopy)
APS 1 undated (to R. Brünauer)
TLU 1 1951 (to Margot Cutter, Princeton University Press; carbon of typed transcript)
Waters, Edward N. (with letterhead of Library of Congress).
TLS 1 1950 (to Charles E. Cuningham; photocopy)
TLU 1  (to Otto Vrieslander concerning his proposal for a Schenker Festschrift; carbon typescript with a few ms. corrections in an unidentified hand)
Wiederer, Eva (with letterhead of Associated Music Publishers, New York).
TLS 1 1960 (to Maria Bauer, Universal-Edition, Wien; photocopy)
Wolff, Hermann (with letterhead, Concert-Direction Hermann Wolff).
ALS 1  (to Maximilian Harden concerning Schenker's article on Bruckner in Die Zukunft, with postscript to Schenker in Harden's hand).
V. Photographs and Other Portraits
Original photographic prints, mezzotints, and a bronze plaque
Scope and Content Note
1. Portrait, standing, three-quarter length, mounted. Photographer: W. Höffert, Berlin. Inscribed "Herrn Dr. Heinrich Schenker dem treuen Freunde zum Andenken Eugen d'Albert. Frankft. a. M. 6.10.98."
1. Brahms and Henriette Hemala, Gmunden, 1893. Copy and negative, after the photo by Eugen von Miller-Aichholz.
2. Brahms seated at an outdoor café table. Photo in oval mat with laurel leaves, contemporary rustic wood frame, ca. 1890. (Photocopy; oversize original shelved in Box 73, f.1.)
Deutsch, Otto Erich.
1. Deutsch reading [in his study?] ca. 1950.
2. Deutsch and Oswald Jonas in conversation. Color photo, ca. 1966.
3. Deutsch. Enlarged detail of no.2, above.
Dunn, John Petrie.
1. Portrait, seated. With autograph inscription to Schenker dated 19. Juni 1928. Photographer: Moffat, Edinburgh.
2. John and Aline Petrie Dunn walking at Marienbad. Inscription on back: "Marienbad, August 1930."
1-3. Photographs of two children (daughters of Emma Fischer?) found with Fischer's letters to Schenker. Inscribed "Cernauti [Chernovtsy] 1 August 1934."
1. Mezzotint self-portrait. Signed in pencil "V.H. 1926". Inscribed in pencil "Herrn Doktor Heinrich Schenker in aufrichtiger Verehrung V.H." (Photocopy; original shelved with oversize prints, Special Collections & Archives.)
1. Hilbrandt at the piano, postcard photo with ANS to Violin dated Klagenfurt, 1910.
1. Jonas seated in armchair, ca. 1950. Original print, together with new negative and copy prints.
2. Jonas laughing, ca. 1960. Negative and print.
3. Jonas standing on porch of house in Riverside, 1966. Negative and print.
4. Jonas lecturing, ca. 1976. Negative and print.
5. Jonas with two students looking at some of his early editions, ca. 1966 [Photographer: Ansel Adams]. Negative and two different enlargements.
Kornfeld, Tomás (son of Felix and grandson of Jeanette Kornfeld Schenker).
1. Portrait, head and shoulders. Inscribed: "Tommy Kornfeld geb. 7.8.1932, aufgen. am 7.8.1939." Photographer: Karl Engel, Aussig. Found with letter from Felix Kornfeld to Jeanette Schenker, 1939.
1. Portrait, head and shoulders, mounted. With autograph inscription on back, dated "Amsterdam, April. 96." Photographer: Wegner & Mottu, Amsterdam.
Photographs found with Oppel's letters to the Schenkers:
1. Oppel reading at desk. Dated "1907, mit 30 Jahre."
2. Woman seated (Frau Oppel?), dated VII.17.
3. Oppel reading, dated Sept. 1920.
4-6. Photographs of children, variously dated 1921-1938.
7. Oppel walking in street with two children, dated "Sommer 1938."
1. Portrait, head and shoulders, mounted. With autograph inscription to Schenker dated Amsterdam 24.IV.96. Photographer: Deutmann & Zonen, Amsterdam.
Roth, Herman and Otto Vrieslander.
1. Vrieslander and Roth standing. Photo postcard, Munich, inscribed on back by both men and dated 11.II.17.
1. Portrait, three-quarter length, mounted. With autograph inscription to Violin, ca. 1900. Photographer: "Dr. Székely, Wien."
2. Portrait printed on left side of postcard. ANS by Schenker on right side, addressed to Violin. Postmarked 1901.
3. Schenker standing in a garden. On verso, ANS from Schenker to Violin, ca. 1905.
4. Schenker seated, with his brother Moriz standing behind him. Printed on left side of postcard. On right side, ANS by Schenker addressed to Frau Genovefa Violin. Postmarked 1901.
5. Portrait, half length, mounted, ca. 1912. Photographer: "Atelier Kosel, Wien."
6. Portrait, seated at a table with a leaf of manuscript, mounted, ca. 1919. Photographer's monogram: LB.
7. Mezzotint portrait. Engraved in the plate: "1 9 V Heinrich Schenker H 2 5". Signed in pencil: Victor Hammer 1926". (Photocopy; original shelved with oversized printed, Special Collections & Archives.)
8. Photograph of earlier trial state of no. 7. Inscribed on the trial state: "Vorletzter Probedruck. Victor Hammer 1925."
9. Schenker seated at piano, dated 9.V.27.
10. Portrait, head and shoulders, left profile, with spectacles. Mounted. Signed in pencil on the mount: "v. Cube. 1927." Together with enlarged print, reversed.
11. Portrait, head and shoulders, left profile, without spectacles; edelweiss flower superimposed on left shoulder, ca. 1930. Negative and two different enlargements.
12. Portrait, head and shoulders, frontal, with raking light over left shoulder, ca. 1930. Also another early print, ca. 1930, with background retouched. Together with new negative and various later copies.
13. Portrait, head and shoulders, three-quarter view, laughing, ca. 1930; same portrait session as no. 12. Mounted.
14. Portrait, head and shoulders, three-quarter view from left, copy of original ca. 1930, probably same portrait session as no. 12. Original with border of laurel leaves.
15. Death mask photographed from right. 1935.
16. Death mask photographed from left. 1935.
17. Cast of left hand [ ca. 1925?]. Photo, with duplicate print.
18. Bronze p, Schenker's head, left profile. Inscribed in the mold: "Heinrich Schenker" and "Alfred Rothberger. ca. 1930. (Photo; original, mounted on wood, shelved in Box 73, f.3.)
Schenker, Heinrich and Jeanette.
1. Jeanette seated, Heinrich standing holding a cigar. Mounted, ca. 1919. Photographer's monogram: LB Together with another copy cut to fit an oval frame.
2. Heinrich and Jeanette seated in an open touring car with a man and woman standing outside. Near Galtür, Tirol, ca. 1930.
3. Heinrich and Jeanette seated in an open touring car with chauffeur. Near Galtür, ca. 1930.
4. Jeanette, Heinrich, and chauffeur standing by a wooden fence in Tirol, ca. 1930.
5. Jeanette and Heinrich seated on a rock, near Galtür, ca. 1930.
6. Jeanette and Heinrich with umbrellas, beside a path above Galtür, ca. 1930.
7-9. Photographs of Galtür, Tirol, and nearby landscape, ca. 1930.
10. Heinrich and Jeanette outside the hotel at Galtür. Inscribed on back in Schenker's hand: "Sommer 1931 Lie Lie Heinrich." In upper left corner, in pencil: "Floriz."
1. Portrait, half length, ca. 1912. Mounted in folder. Photographer: "Atelier Kosel, Wien."
2. Portrait, three-quarter length, ca. 1921, mounted. Photographer: "S'Ora, Paris-Carlsbad-Vienne."
3. Portrait, head and shoulders, ca. 1921, mounted. Photographer: S'Ora.
4. Portrait, head and shoulders, right profile, mounted. Signed: "v. Cube. 1927."
Schenker, Johann (father of Heinrich).
1. Portrait of Johann Schenker (?), half length, in oval mat and contemporary oval wood frame with later easel back, ca. 1875. This photograph, in frame, stood on the bookcase in the study/bedroom in the Keilgasse apartment. (Photocopy; oversize original shelved in Box 73, f.2.)
Schenker, Moriz (brother of Heinrich); Guttmann, Sophie (sister of Heinrich) and her family.
1. Portrait of Sophie Guttmann and her husband Dr. Salomon Guttmann. Solomon in military uniform. Mounted. Photographer: "R. Blumberg, Wien." circa 1898.
2. Portrait of Moriz Schenker on postcard, addressed to Heinrich Schenker. Postmark date illegible, circa 1901.
3. Julian (Julko) and Frieda Guttmann, children of Sophie Guttmann. Mounted. Photographer: "Atelier Therese, Suczawa." circa 1903.
4. Julian, Hans, and Frieda Guttmann; children of Sophie Guttmann. Mounted circa 1904.
5. Family portrait: Sophie Guttmann, her husband Salomon Guttmann, and their children Frieda, Julian, and Hans Guttmann. Mounted. Photographer: "Atelier Therese, Suczawa."
6. Frieda Guttmann, daughter of Sophie Guttmann. Mounted. Photographer: "Atelier Therese, Suczawa and Dornawatra." Inscribed on back: "dem lieben Onkel, Frieda."
7. Frieda Guttmann, circa 1911. Mounted. Photographer: "Atelier Rembrandt, Sereth, Bukowina." Inscribed on back: "zum Andenken dem lieben Onkel, Frieda."
8. Julian, Frieda, and Hans Guttmann, circa 1912. Mounted. Photographer: "Atelier Rembrandt, Sereth, Bukovina." Inscribed on back to their uncle Heinrich Schenker.
9. Hans Guttmann in military uniform beside airplane, postcard photo. Inscribed on back to his uncle Heinrich and dated "Thalerhof, am 23./VII.1917."
10. Hans Guttmann, half length, in military uniform, circa 1917.
11. Family group: Sophie, Salomon, Hans, Frieda, and Julian Guttmann. Postcard photo, circa 1917.
12. Julian (Julko) Guttmann in classroom group; postcard photo with note to Heinrich Schenker, 1917.
13. Hans, Frieda, and Julian Guttmann; winter scene, circa 1919.
14. Julian and Frieda Guttmann with Sophie Guttmann, circa 1920.
15. Family group: Salomon, Sophie, Julian, and Frieda Guttmann, circa 1922.
16. Snapshot of boy, around age 12. circa 1929.
[Schenker]. Interior views of Schenker apartment, Keilgasse 8, Vienna, circa 1930-1935.
1. Living room, with view toward music room/studio. Photographer: "Atelier Meroth, Wien III. Rennweg 17."
2. Music room/studio with piano. Photographer: Atelier Meroth. 2 prints.
3. Heinrich Schenker's study/bedroom. [Photographer: Atelier Meroth.]
4. Jeanette Schenker's bedroom. Photographer: Atelier Meroth. 3 prints.
5. Snapshot of Schenker's study/bedroom, perhaps made after his death.
6. Snapshot of piano in music room/studio, perhaps made after Schenker's death.
[Schenker] Unidentified photographs found with Schenker materials.
1. Man and woman (Victor and Olga von Miller zu Aichholz?) seated at doorway of Miller zu Aichholz's house in Gmunden [1893?]. Mounted. Photographer: "Eugen v. Miller jr., Wien und Gmunden." (Folder continued on following page)
2. Man in carriage (Victor von Miller zu Aichholz?) drawn up before house, ca. 1890. Corner cut off; mounted. Photographer: Eugen von Miller jr.
3. Conversation group: five women in interior (including Olga von Miller zu Aichholz?), ca. 1890. Mounted.
4. Cavalry unit, mounted (Austrain army?) in front of barracks, ca. 1914-18. Postcard photo.
5-15. Unidentified photographs, men, women, children, ca. 1890-1925. Various photographers in Vienna and Gmunden.
Schiff, Victor (Jeanette Schenker's brother).
1. Portrait, head and shoulders. Inscribed (without signature) on back, "Frühling 1926 (Hier Herbst) in Liebe gewidmet." Postcard photo; photographer: Navarro-Martinez [Valparaiso?]. Found with letter to Jeanette Schenker from Victor Schiff, 21 März 1926.
1. Portrait, full length, age ca. 12, mounted. Inscribed on back, "Paula Szalit, 15.7.95." Photographer: "Zaklad Michala Friedmana, Nowy Sacz." Found with letter from Szalit to Schenker.
1. Violin (age ca. 13?) with his mother and brother (in the Miller zu Aichholz house in Gmunden), mounted, ca. 1892. Photographer: Eugen von Miller jr., Wien und Gmunden.
2. Violin, age ca. 17, half length, standing on a terrace out of doors. Mounted, ca. 1896.
3. Violin standing on tennis court with racquet, age ca. 17. Mounted, ca. 1896.
4. Conversation group in interior; Violin (age ca. 18) at far right. Mounted, ca. 1897. Photo creased across middle.
5. Violin standing beside his mother; postcard photo with ANS from Violin to Schenker dated 31 August 1901.
6. Portrait, half length, inscribed by Violin. Mounted, ca. 1901. Photographer: Schwertführer, Berlin. Inscribed (to Schenker) in Violin's hand: "Als ich voll Hoffnung in Berlin eintraf! Floriz."
7. Group photo reproduced in unidentified periodical, ca. 1929-33, with printed caption, "Baron [Ernst] von Wolzogen und die Mitglieder seines Ueberbrettls (1901)." Violin at right of group. One leaf, excerpt.
8. Austrian army unit, officers and enlisted men, group photo, Violin at left, on postcard with ANS from Violin to Schenker, postmarked "Marburg a. d. Drava, 30.V.15." (Folder continued on following page)
9. Violin with commanding officer and two other enlisted men of Austrian army unit; postcard photo with ANS from Violin to Schenker, postmarked Marburg a. d. Drava .
10-12. Three group photos of staff at Austrian army hospital; Violin appears in each. Mounted, ca. 1916; two with photographer's monogram: KG.
13. Violin standing with another man; postcard photo, ca. 1920.
14. Raphael, son of Moriz, age ca. 12 ( ca. 1926).
15. Violin and his daughter Eva, inscribed "Timmendorf, Pfingsten 1927."
16. Violin at the piano, ca. 1935. Together with new negative and later copies, ca. 1950.
17. Violin at the piano, San Francisco, ca. 1950.
18. Portrait of Violin in suit / Portrait of Violin with a woman seated (quantity, 2), undated.
Vrieslander, Otto see Roth, Herman and Otto Vrieslander.
1. Weisse gazing at framed portrait of Brahms; postcard photo with ANS (sending Christmas holiday wishes) from Weisse to Schenker, ca. 1913. Photographer: Franz Hofer, Bad Ischl.
2. House on Kaiser Ferdinandsplatz, Bad Ischl, where Weisse had his "Arbeitszimmer." ca. 1913.
3. Weisse in officer's uniform, Austrian army. Mounted, ca. 1916.
4-5. Two photos of Weisse's children, one inscribed with date, 5. August 29.
Wolzogen, Ernst von see Violin, Moriz.
Oversize Photographs, etc. (also listed in Box 72)
Brahms, Johannes. Brahms seated at an outdoor café table (complete entry at Box 72, f.2, no. 2).
Schenker, Heinrich. Bronze plaque of Schenker's head (left profile); inscribed in the mold, "Heinrich Schenker" and "Alfred Rothberger."
Schenker, Johann (?). Portrait, half length, ca. 1875 (complete entry at Box 72, f.16, no. 1).
VI. First and Early Editions
PRINTED SCORES OF EIGHTEENTH AND NINETEENTH CENTURY COMPOSERS
Scope and Content Note
Beethoven, Ludwig van
The sixty-four scores of Beethoven represent portions of his piano music (including nineteen of the piano sonatas, the piano concertos, the Diabelli Variations and other works for piano), together with a few vocal works. Much of the piano music is present in the Haslinger Gesamtausgabe (1828-45) including segments of series I-II, V-VIII, X. This group supplements the Beethoven research materials of Schenker and Jonas to be found elsewhere in Groups I d, I e, and II d.
In size and substance the Brahms section is the strongest part of the collection; the group of 109 scores offers a good selection of Brahms's piano, vocal, and chamber works. Orchestral works such as concertos are present in reductions for piano or chamber groups; works for orchestra and voices such as Ein deutsches Requiem, the Rhapsodie für eine Altstimme, and the Schicksalslied similarly are present in pianovocal or piano four-hands arrangements. Solo piano works are fairly well represented, though not in most cases by first editions, and there are transcriptions by Brahms of his own compositions, made in answer to demands of his publisher Simrock for more accessible versions for piano or violin and piano, such as the Clarinet Sonatas (Op. 120), of which Jonas edited a modern edition of the version for violin and piano. Finally, a good representation of Brahms's lieder and of his minor choral works is augmented elsewhere in the Jonas archives by his Brahms research materials ( see Group II d, Boxes 42-51).
Among the sixty-seven scores are a number of early Breitkopf & Härtel Leipzig editions (and a few published by Kistner) as well as other uncommon early issues from Berlin, Vienna and Warsaw. The selection of these scores was intended to reflect the theoretical interests of Schenker and his pupil Jonas and, for Jonas, supplemented Schenker's own annotated copies.
Handel, George Frideric
Of the four scores represented here, all are nineteenth-century publications and one, the Dettingen Te Deum, is in Mendelssohn's Leipzig version with his orchestration.
The eight scores include examples of early editions of keyboard works, songs, violin sonatas and choral works.
Liszt appears as the first composer among the six who wrote Hexaméron (variations on a march from Bellini's I Puritani), here present in an early edition. The other composers, besides Chopin and Czerny, include such comparatively unfamiliar names as Herz, Pixis, and Thalberg.
The thirty-nine early editions of Mendelssohn ( see also under Handel) include lieder, piano works, chamber music, and major choral works such as the Elijah and St. Paul. A few orchestral works are present in piano reductions.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus
Of twenty scores by Mozart the greater number are piano works selected from the collected editions by Breitkopf & Härtel (Leipzig, 1798-1806) and Haslinger (Wien, 1818-22). A few Artaria editions, here present, were published before Mozart's death. There are also Simrock (Bonn) editions of the lieder and an early Paris edition of La clemenza di Tito.
The total of thirty titles listed under Schubert's name is somewhat misleading, since the set of posthumous songs ( Nachgelassene musikalische Dichtungen) published by Diabelli alone includes fifty volumes, and three cycles represented by early editions ( Die schöne Müllerin, Winterreise, and Schwanengesang) contain, respectively, twenty, twenty-four, and thirteen songs. There are also smaller collections and single songs as well as a few piano works in this group of editions.
Two piano compositions by Clara Schumann, including the Romanzen (Op. 21) dedicated to Brahms, are in the collection.
Next to the Brahms, the Schumann section of eighty-six titles is the largest in the Jonas collection of early editions. It includes chiefly songs and piano works, lieder cycles such as the Dichterliebe, Liederkreis, and Liederreihe, and early publications of chamber music. In addition there are a few orchestral works, including two early editions of the Piano Concerto in A minor, Op. 54.
Schenker, Heinrich to Busoni, Ferruccio.
ALS 14 1897-1903 (36 leaves, photocopies of originals in Deutsche Staatsbibliothek, Berlin [East]; received on exchange)
Schenker, Heinrich to Hammer, Victor.
ALS 15 1921-1927; APS 19 1922-1931 (40 leaves, photocopies of originals in private collection; gift of Carolyn Hammer.)
Schenker, Heinrich to Weigl, Karl.
APS 1 1934 (2 leaves, photocopy of original in Library of Congress)
Schenker, Heinrich to Violin, Karl and Eva.
ALS 1 [1922?] (gift of Eva Violin Windsor)
Matriculation papers at Conservatorium für Musik und darstellende Kunst, Wien, 1887-1889 (12 photocopy leaves; gift of Hellmut Federhofer)
Mengelberg, Willem to Violin, Eva.
ALS 1 1938 (gift of Eva Violin Windsor)
Monteux, Pierre to Violin, Moriz.
ALS 1 1947 (gift of Eva Violin Windsor)
Schoenberg, Arnold to Violin, Moriz.
TLS 1 1939 ("To Whom It May Concern", on behalf of Moriz Violin; gift of Eva Violin Windsor)
TLS 1 1950 (To Moriz Violin; gift of Eva Violin Windsor)
TLS 1951 (gift of Eva Violin Windsor)
Correspondence with Heribert Esser, 1988 (photocopies; gift of Heribert Esser)
Schenker, Heinrich. Essays in Die Zeit, 1895-96 (photocopy, 58 leaves; gift of Heribert Esser)
Jonas, Oswald. Early perodical publications, 1927-38 (gift of Heribert Esser)
Federhofer, Hellmut. Heinrich Schenker nach Tagebüchern und Briefen, 1985; also two offprints, 1981 (gift of the author)
Simms, Bryan R. Two offprints, 1977-1981 (gift of the author)
Rast, Nicholas. Offprint, 1988 (gift of the author)
Violin, Moriz. Die Zustände an der k. k. Akademie. Wien, 1912 (photocopy; gift of Arnold Schoenberg Institute, University of Southern California)
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