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==Text and Translation==
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{{Lettertext
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|Language=Russian
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|Translator=Brett Langston
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|Original text={{right|''13 февр[аля]''}}
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{{centre|Карлуша!}}
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Вот ещё кому надо послать приглашение.
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:1) В театр ''И. К. Альтани'' и ''В. В. Стерлигову''.
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:2) ''Никол[аю] Карл[овичу] фон Мекку'' (с семейством) (Правление Рязанской жел[езной] дороги).
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:3) Ипполиту Васильевичу ''Шпажинскому'' (с семейством). ''Денежный переулок, Пречистенка, д[ом] Рогович''.
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:4) А. Н. Гудим-Левковичу (''Садовая, близ Кудрина, д[ом] Быкова'').
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:5) Ещё забыл: ''Макаровой'' <ref name="note4"/> (певица) в Б[ольшой] ''театр''.
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Покамест все.
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Обнимаю,
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{{right|П. Чайковский}}
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|Translated text={{right|''13 February''}}
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{{centre|[[Karlusha]]!}}
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Here are more people to whom invitations ought to be sent <ref name="note1"/>.
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:1) ''[[Ippolit Altani|I. K. Altani]] and ''V. V. Sterligov'' <ref name="note2"/> at the theatre.
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:2) ''[[Nikolay von Meck|Nikolay Karlovich von Meck]]'' (with family) (Manager of the Ryazan railway).
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:3) [[Ippolit Shpazhinsky|Ippolit Vasilyevich ''Shpazhinsky'']] (with family) ''Denezhny Lane, Prechistenka, Rogovich House''.
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:4) A. N. Gudim-Levkovich <ref name="note3"/> (''Sadovaya, near Kudrina, Bykov House'')
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:5) I nearly forgot: ''Makarova'' (singer) at Bolshoi ''Theatre''.
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That's all for now.
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Hug you,
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{{right|P. Tchaikovsky}}
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}}
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==Notes and References==
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<references>
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<ref name="note1">Tchaikovsky is referring to a concert of church music at the [[Moscow]] Conservatory on 17 February/1 March 1886, conducted by [[Vasily Orlov]].</ref>
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<ref name="note2">Vladimir Vasilyevich Sterligkov (1840-1909), director of the Bolshoi Theatre opera company in [[Moscow]].</ref>
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<ref name="note3">Aleksandr Nikolayevich Gudim-Levkovich, a friend of Tchaikovsky's whose family were landowners in the Kiev province.</ref>
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<ref name="note4">Mariya Aleksandrovna Makarova (b. 1851), soprano with the Bolshoi Theatre company in [[Moscow]].</ref>
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</references>

Latest revision as of 15:35, 10 November 2019

Date 13/25 February 1886
Addressed to Karl Albrecht
Where written Moscow
Language Russian
Autograph Location Moscow (Russia): Glinka National Museum Consortium of Musical Culture (Ф. 37, No. 56)
Publication П. И. Чайковский. Полное собрание сочинений, том XIII (1971), p. 273

Text and Translation

Russian text
(original)
English translation
By Brett Langston
13 февр[аля]

Карлуша!

Вот ещё кому надо послать приглашение.

1) В театр И. К. Альтани и В. В. Стерлигову.
2) Никол[аю] Карл[овичу] фон Мекку (с семейством) (Правление Рязанской жел[езной] дороги).
3) Ипполиту Васильевичу Шпажинскому (с семейством). Денежный переулок, Пречистенка, д[ом] Рогович.
4) А. Н. Гудим-Левковичу (Садовая, близ Кудрина, д[ом] Быкова).
5) Ещё забыл: Макаровой [4] (певица) в Б[ольшой] театр.

Покамест все.

Обнимаю,

П. Чайковский

13 February

Here are more people to whom invitations ought to be sent [1].

1) I. K. Altani and V. V. Sterligov [2] at the theatre.
2) Nikolay Karlovich von Meck (with family) (Manager of the Ryazan railway).
3) Ippolit Vasilyevich Shpazhinsky (with family) Denezhny Lane, Prechistenka, Rogovich House.
4) A. N. Gudim-Levkovich [3] (Sadovaya, near Kudrina, Bykov House)
5) I nearly forgot: Makarova (singer) at Bolshoi Theatre.

That's all for now.

Hug you,

P. Tchaikovsky

Notes and References

  1. Tchaikovsky is referring to a concert of church music at the Moscow Conservatory on 17 February/1 March 1886, conducted by Vasily Orlov.
  2. Vladimir Vasilyevich Sterligkov (1840-1909), director of the Bolshoi Theatre opera company in Moscow.
  3. Aleksandr Nikolayevich Gudim-Levkovich, a friend of Tchaikovsky's whose family were landowners in the Kiev province.
  4. Mariya Aleksandrovna Makarova (b. 1851), soprano with the Bolshoi Theatre company in Moscow.