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<ref name="note1">According to a note by [[Karl Albrecht]], Tchaikovsky was responding to the news that [[Albrecht]] and [[Nikolay Kashkin]] would be coming to visit him at home in [[Maydanovo]]. See also the composer's diary entry for 1/13 April 1887, published in {{bib|1923/23}} (1923), p. 136.</ref>
 
<ref name="note1">According to a note by [[Karl Albrecht]], Tchaikovsky was responding to the news that [[Albrecht]] and [[Nikolay Kashkin]] would be coming to visit him at home in [[Maydanovo]]. See also the composer's diary entry for 1/13 April 1887, published in {{bib|1923/23}} (1923), p. 136.</ref>
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Latest revision as of 18:33, 10 November 2019

Date 1/13 April 1887
Addressed to Karl Albrecht
Where written Maydanovo
Language Russian
Autograph Location Moscow (Russia): Glinka National Museum Consortium of Musical Culture (Ф. 37, No. 61)
Publication П. И. Чайковский. Полное собрание сочинений, том XIV (1974), p. 78
Notes Telegram

Text and Translation

Russian text
(original)
English translation
By Brett Langston
Очень радуюсь.
Чайковский

Very happy[1].
Tchaikovsky

Notes and References

  1. According to a note by Karl Albrecht, Tchaikovsky was responding to the news that Albrecht and Nikolay Kashkin would be coming to visit him at home in Maydanovo. See also the composer's diary entry for 1/13 April 1887, published in Дневники П. И. Чайковского (1873-1891) (1923), p. 136.