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Appendix: Letters Bibliography

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  08 October 2020

Morten Kristiansen
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Xavier University, Cincinnati
Joseph E. Jones
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Texas A&M University-Kingsville
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The following bibliography serves as further reading for Chapter 32. The list of publications is organized alphabetically by correspondent and then chronologically within each. Superscripts indicate editions, while superscripts in brackets indicate reprints.Google Scholar
Bahr, Hermann Meister und Meisterbriefe um Hermann Bahr. Aus seinen Entwürfen, Tagebüchern und seinem Briefwechsel mit Richard Strauss, Hugo von Hofmannsthal, Max Reinhardt, Josef Kainz, Eleonore Duse und Anna von Mildenburg. Edited by Gregor, Joseph. Wien: Bauer, 1947.Google Scholar
Bella, Johann L. Zagiba, Franz. “Bella als Vorkämpfer des jungen Richard Strauss: Strauss’ künstlerisches Credo in seinen Briefen an Bella.” In Johann L. Bella (1843–1936) und das Wiener Musikleben, 4666. Wien: Verlag des Notringes d. wiss. Verbände Oesterreichs, 1955.Google Scholar
Böhm, Karl Richard Strauss – Karl Böhm: Briefwechsel 1921–1949. Edited by Steiger, Martina. Mainz: Schott, 1999.Google Scholar
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Bülow, Hans von Correspondence [of] Hans von Bülow and Richard Strauss. Edited by Schuh, Willi. Translated by Gishford, Anthony. London: Boosey & Hawkes, 1955.Google Scholar
Gregor, Joseph Richard Strauss und Joseph Gregor: Briefwechsel 1934–1949. Edited by Tenschert, Roland. Salzburg: Otto Müller, 1955.Google Scholar
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Hofmannsthal, Hugo von A Working Friendship: The Correspondence between Richard Strauss and Hugo von Hofmannsthal. Translated by Hammelmann, Hanns and Osers, Ewald, Introduction by Edward Sackville-West. New York: Random House, 1961. Reprint: New York: Vienna House, 1974. (Also: Hofmannsthal, Hugo von and Richard Strauss. The Correspondence between Richard Strauss and Hugo von Hofmannsthal. Translated by Hammelmann, Hanns and Osers, Ewald, Introduction by Edward Sackville-West, London: Collins 1961.) [these volumes use the text of the 2nd German edition of 1955]Google Scholar
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