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Lesson Book : 1919/1920

Entry in Schenker’s Lesson Book for the season 1919/1920

Jonas : Chromatische Fantasie,1 neu; wiederholt: Chopin: Nocturne2; neu: Beethoven : Sonate Dm3 – nach dem 1. Satz ausgesprungen4.

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© Transcription Ian Bent, 2006.

Entry in Schenker’s Lesson Book for the season 1919/1920

Jonas : Chromatic Fantasy1 (first time); Chopin : Nocturne2 (repeated); Beethoven : Sonata in D minor3 (first time)—after the first movement ...[?]4

© Translation Ian Bent, 2006.

Format: lesson book entry


1 J. S. Bach, Chromatic Fantasy & Fugue, in D minor.

2 Chopin, Nocturne in E-flat major, Op.9, which Jonas had begun in the 1918/1919 season.

3 Op.31, No.2.

4 „ausspringen“ is a non-existent verb, of which this is the past participle; it may be a made-up word on Heinrich's (or Jeanette’s) part, or possibly a mistranscription of “aufgesprungen” (“leapt up”) or “abgesprungen” or “ausgestiegen” (“abandoned”). The meaning remains unclear: cf. OJ 3/2, p.2199, November 30, 1919.

Record of the works Jonas studied in his lessons with S during the 1919/1920 season.

© Commentary, Footnotes, Summary Ian Bent 2006.

Bent, Ian
Schenker, Heinrich
Cambridge University Faculty of Music-Ian Bent
Jonas, Oswald; Schenker, Heinrich; Bach, J. S.; Chopin; Beethoven
Lesson book entry by Schenker for the 1919/1920 season
OC 3
Schenker lesson book
Any claim to intellectual rights on this document should be addressed to the Schenker Correspondence Project, Faculty of Music, University of Cambridge, at [email protected].
Schenker, Heinrich (1920-1935)--Schenker, Jeanette (1935-1938)--Oster, Ernst (1938-c.1939)—New York Public Library (c.1939-)
IPR: in the public domain; Image: New York Public Library, New York; Transcription, Translation, Commentary, Footnotes, and Summary: Ian Bent.


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