The sections on this page highlight correspondence to, from, and about Anton Webern.
Find Webern's correspondence with others in several different places in the Music Division's collections. The locations reflect how the Music Division acquired that correspondence.
All of the correspondence in the Arnold Schoenberg Collection of Correspondence has also been scanned and made searchable through an online database maintained by the Arnold Schoenberg Center in Vienna.
Search for additional Webern correspondence in the following special collection finding aids:
One postcard from Webern to Else Cross has also been individually cataloged. This title links to fuller bibliographic information in the Library of Congress Online Catalog.
Search for additional correspondence using the Library's Finding Aids Tool, which searches across multiple finding aids.
Correspondence not from nor to Webern, but centered on him, demonstrates the richness of research materials held in the Music Division. Some examples are:
Some of Webern's correspondence has been transcribed, annotated, and published. The following titles offer a representative sample and link to fuller bibliographic information in the Library of Congress Online Catalog. Links to additional online content are included when available.