[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
Strauss wrote to his parents that he found this play "ex- tremely boring; I almost believe that it is not by Shake- speare at all-or only reworked by him."
2
Another song, Wer hat's gethan?, also written in Meiningen, was rejected for publication in op. 10 - whether by Strauss or the publisher, Joseph Aibl, and for what reason, is not known
Song
Wer hat's gethan?
Mary Flagler Cary Music Collection in The Pierpont Mor- gan Library, New York; the first edition of Wer hat's gethan? was published, with a facsimile of the manuscript, by Hans Schneider (Tutzing, 1974)
Flagler
Wer hat's gethan?
1974
3
Willi Schuh, Richard Strauss: Jugend und frühe Meisterjahre: Lebenschronik 1864-1898 (Zurich, 1976), pp. 166-80
Schuh
166
Richard Strauss: Jugend und frühe Meisterjahre: Lebenschronik 1864-1898
1976
Richard Strauss: A Chronicle of the Early Years, 1864-1898, trans. Mary Whittall (Cambridge, 1982)
Whittall
Richard Strauss: A Chronicle of the Early Years, 1864-1898
1982
4
Nine of the letters were purchased by Dannie Heineman from a New York dealer in 1959
Dannie and Hettie Heineman Collection in The Pierpont Morgan Library and are here numbered 1, 4-6, and 8-12. Letters 2, 3, and 7 are in the Handschriften-Abteilung der Stadtbibliothek München (catalogue number A I/168-170)
Richard Strauss: Autographen in Miin- chen und Wien. Verzeichnis, ed. Günter Brosche and Karl Dachs (Tutzing, 1979), p. 248
Brosche
248
Richard Strauss: Autographen in München und Wien. Verzeichnis
1979
5
75 Jahre Leben, Schaffen, Streben (Berlin, 1900)
75 Jahre Leben, Schaffen, Streben
1900
6
Norman Del Mar, Richard Strauss: A Critical Commen- tary on His Life and Works (London, 1962), I, 64.
Mar
64
I
Richard Strauss: A Critical Commentary on His Life and Works
1962
7
The Merchant of Venice
Merchant of Venice
Byron's Marino Faliero
Byron
Marino Faliero
8
Ludwig Chronegk, director of the Hoftheater.
9
Strauss expressed similar senti- ments: "das gesamte Schauspiel gestern früh nach Barmen u. so ist's hier auf einmal öd und leer geworden."
"Hans von Bülow/Richard Strauss: Briefwechsel," ed. Willi Schuh and Franz Trenner, Richard-Strauss-lahrbuch 1954, p. 29
Schuh
Hans von Biulow/Richard Strauss: Briefwechsel
29
Richard-Strauss-lahrbuch
1954
17
Aus Italien
Aus Italien
20
Brahms, who was present, commented: "Ganz hübsch, junger Mann!"
Brahms
Ganz hübsch, junger Mann
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