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Schenker - Home Skip to content Skip to local navigation Skip to main navigation Schenker Documents Online Schenker Documents Online Home Project Information Browse Documents Search Colloquy Editorial Guide Profiles Help Blog Letter from Schenker to Otto Erich Deutsch, May 15, 1930 (OJ 5/9, [3]) Page of Schenker's diary, late January and early February 1907 Page of Schenker's lessonbook for 1923/24 Letter This single-page letter - a note rather than a letter, perhaps - offers some opinions and analytical thoughts on materials that O.E. Deutsch had sent him six weeks earlier. See more Diary This diary page, p. 33, includes a notorious passage: his outspoken reaction to Schoenberg's first string quartet. See more Lessonbook This is p. 14 of the 1923/24 lessonbook. It records part of the series of lessons of Hans Weisse, covering April 1 to June 3, 1924. See more Heinrich Schenker Viennese musician and teacher Heinrich Schenker (1868-1935), the twentieth century's leading theorist of tonal music, produced a series of innovative studies and editions between 1903 and 1935, while exerting a powerful and sustained influence, directly and through his pupils, on the teaching of music from the 1930s onward in the USA, and since the 1970s in Europe and elsewhere. Schenker maintained a vigorous correspondence over nearly half a century, kept a meticulously detailed diary over 40 years, and recorded precise notes on lessons that he gave over a period of twenty years. It is these three collections of personal documents that constitute the core of Schenker Documents Online. Schenker Documents and this Edition Schenker left behind approximately 130,000 manuscript and typescript leaves comprising unpublished works, preparatory materials, and personal documents, preserved in two dedicated archives, numerous libraries, and private possession. (See "Major Collections.") The archived papers of several other scholars, among them Guido Adler, Oswald Jonas, Moriz Violin, and Arnold Schoenberg, also preserve correspondence and other documents relating to Schenker and his circle. Schenker Documents Online offers a scholarly edition of this material based not on facsimiles but on near-diplomatic transcriptions of the original texts, together with English translations, explanatory footnotes, summaries, and contextual material relating the texts to Schenker's personal development and that of his correspondents. Latest What’s New? ? Weinberger, Hertzka, Willfort; new profiles April brings correspondence illuminating Schenker's relationship with the Josef Weinberger company and the fledgling Universal Edition 1898-1908 (55 items). It also brings 13 letters from Manfred Willfort, Schenker Seminar member, spanning 1931 to 1935, and a letter from Schenker to Valerie Violin from 1917 with significant new biographical information. For more on this, see the following. Online now, too, are 12 new profiles and several significantly up-dated ones. For more, see the following. From the Blog New articles The proceedings of the Schenker Documents panel, which was convened at the last Mannes Schenker Symposium (New York, March 2013), have now been published as Volume 34, No. 2 of the journal Music Analysis. They include analytical studies of Schubert’s… Continue reading → Schenker’s diaries 1931–1935 : new! Schenker's diaries from January 1931 to January 1935 (the month in which he died) are in process of being edited and posted to the website. They should all be on the site, transcribed by Marko Deisinger and translated by William… Continue reading → See all ?? ? 2012 Schenker Documents Online. In collaboration with the Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London. Powered by xMod Whois

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