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[Letter from Siegmund Warburg to Stefan Zweig, July 6, 1936]

Warburg refers to Zuckerkandl’s rejection of the definition of Judaism as responsible for reconciliation, peace, and justice on p. 122 of Die Weltgemeinschaft der Juden. Warburg agrees with this notion but considers it does not address the issue of a lack of leadership in the Jewish community. Warburg asks if he should send the copy back to Zuckerkandl or if he can keep it. He then alludes to a future meeting with Zweig, during which they will discuss this problem, among other things. Back of the letter reads “Weltgem d. Juden.”

[Letter from Viktor Zuckerkandl to Mrs. Staudinger, March 23, 1951]

Letter from Zuckerkandl to Frau Staudinger telling her that he was shortlisted for a Guggenheim fellowship, but the results will be delayed until mid-April. Asking for advice as he had not planned past mid-March, when the results were supposed to be announced.

[Letter from Otto Schulmeister to Viktor Zuckerkandl, March 30, 1955]

Schulmeister introduces himself to Zuckerkandl, suggesting that he may know him either through Zuckerkandl's sister or as editor of Wort und Wahrheit. Schulmeister explains that he is compiling a book to be entitled Spectrum Austriae, and intends to publish it in German and eventually in English. Schulmeister lists the themes to be discussed in the publication and asks if Zuckerkandl would be interested in covering “Music as the Soul of Austria” ("Die Musik als Seele Österreichs").

[Letter from Viktor Zuckerkandl to Otto Schulmeister, April 6, 1955]

Zuckerkandl hesitantly expresses interest in writing for Spectrum Austriae. He explains that he feels it impossible to separate Austrian music from German music and specifies that characteristics of Austrian music are inspired by the landscape of the country. Zuckerkandl further recommends Heinrich Schnitzler, director and teacher of theater history, for work on Spectrum Austriae.

[Letter from Anton Böhm to Viktor Zuckerkandl, April 20, 1955]

Böhm responds to a letter forwarded to him by Otto Schulmeister regarding Zuckerkandl's potential contribution to Spectrum Austriae. Böhm agrees with Zuckerkandl's statements but advises Zuckerkandl to avoid presenting the connection to German music in a manner that could be interpreted as political. Böhm invites Zuckerkandl to write for Spectrum Austriae and recommends that he respond directly to Schulmeister.


[Letter from Viktor Zuckerkandl to Otto Schulmeister, May 28, 1955]

Zuckerkandl responds to Böhm and Schulmeister, agreeing to write an article for Spectrum Austriae. He clarifies that the musical history of Austria is connected to “landscape.” Zuckerkandl requests “a collection of Austrian folksongs” from Schulmeister, which is unavailable to him in the USA.

[Letter from Otto Schulmeister to Viktor Zuckerkandl, June 7, 1955]

Schulmeister is sending over preliminary contracts for Zuckerkandl to sign and return. Schulmeister further specifies the content desired for Spectrum Austriae. He asks that Zuckerkandl clarify what kind of folk songs he has in mind and will search for folk song collections in antique stores.

[Letter from Viktor Zuckerkandl to Otto Schulmeister, December 29, 1955]

Zuckerkandl responds to Schulmeister regarding the status of his contribution to Spectrum Austriae. He also provides a brief project timeline. Zuckerkandl specifies the types of images required for his article. These include portraits of Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Bruckner, and Schubert; images of locales related to Beethoven; images of the cities of Vienna, Salzburg, and various locations therein; compositional sketches of Beethoven, Mozart, and Schubert; excerpts from the song "Schönbrunner" [possibly Joseph Lanner, Die Schönbrunner, Op. 200] and a composition by Bruckner.

[National Arts Centre Orchestra : 1977]

Performers: National Arts Centre Orchestra (NACO) ; Victor Feldbrill, conductor ; Treager, violin
Program (order uncertain):

  • Concerto grosso, op. 6, no. 11 / Handel
  • Tapestry / Freedman
  • Violin concerto no. 2 / Prokofiev (Tragger, violin)
  • Symphony no. 102 / Haydn

[Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra : April 11, 2000]

Performers : Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra ; Victor Feldbrill, guest conductor ; David Zafer, string conductor
25th Anniversary Concert program:

  • La forza del destino overture / Verdi
  • Allegro brillante / Stewart Goodyear (premiere)
  • Minuetto and Farandole from L'Arlesienne Suites / Bizet
  • Ceremonial fanfare / J. Scott Irvine
  • Symphony no. 5, op. 100 / Prokofiev

J.S. Bach : solo violin works

Performers : Jacques Israelievitch, violin
Program : Bach
Venue : Indiana University School of Music, Recital Hall

Fanfare / Murray Adaskin

File contains score, with inscription from the composer to Victor Feldbrill. Feldbrill conducted a performance of this piece on February 25, 1996 by the Atlantic Symphony Orchestra.

Adaskin, Murray

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