Autograph letters signed (3) and autograph postal card signed, dated : Mödling, 13 and 16 August 1924 and 15 and 23 September 1929, to Clara Kwartin, 1924 Aug. 13 and 1929 Sept. 15.

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Autograph letters signed (3) and autograph postal card signed, dated : Mödling, 13 and 16 August 1924 and 15 and 23 September 1929, to Clara Kwartin, 1924 Aug. 13 and 1929 Sept. 15.

Mostly discussing performances on his Trakl-Lieder [op. 14] in Donaueschingen and Frankfurt, mentioning Dr. Bach, etc.; a printed score of the Lieder, inscribed by the Webern to Kwartin, is in the Pierpont Morgan Library under call no. PMM 45.

6 items (9 p., with two envelopes) ; various sizes.

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