General information
Type of the document Letter
SenderStein, Erwin
Sender (corporation)Boosey & Hawkes, London
Sender‘s location
Send date20.02.1950
RecipientSacher, Paul
Recipient (corporation)
Recipient‘s location
LanguageEnglish
Acquiredtranscript by Jana Franková, 08/2017
Former owner
OwnerPaul Sacher Stiftung, Basel
Owner‘s call number
Call number at IBMBH 1950-02-20
Content and physical description
Content
Transcription of the letter

                                                           Ref. ES/JP

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       20th February, 1950.

Mr. Paul Sacher,
Schoenenberg,
Pratteln, Basle.

 

Dear Mr. Sacher,

               Thank you very much for your letters of 10th and 13th February. In the meantime I received a letter from our Paris house and it appears there was some misunderstanding, probably a confusion with the “Sinfonia Giocosa”. I sent a copy of the first few bars of the SINFONIA CONCERTANTE to Paris and the people saw M. Straram, but he could not trace a performance of the work. I am glad to say, therefore, that everything is in order and we shall keep the SINFONIA CONCERTANTE for your concert on December 8th.

               The material is now being prepared and the score is with the copyists, but I shall sent you the score very soon, probably next week.

               As for PERSEPHONE, I understand from the printers that it will still take a few weeks before the printing is finished and a rough, unbound copy will be available. As I do not know whether you can wait so long, I am writing to Paris to send you the MS which has been used for engraving.

               Looking through our correspondence, I see that you once inquired about a full score of APOLLON MUSAGETE. Has this score been sent to you?  If not, will you please let me know.

                                            With kind regards,

                                                                          Yours sincerely,

                                                           [podpis]

                                                           ERWIN STEIN.

Total number of leaves1
Number of pages bearing text1
Notewritten on letterhead paper; only transcription of the letter available at BM Institute
Fixationtypescript
Location as subject
Paris
Person as subject
Composition as subject
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