Difference between revisions of "Nikolay Khristoforov"

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* '''[[Letter 4064]]''' – 7/19 March 1890, from [[Florence]]
 
* '''[[Letter 4064]]''' – 7/19 March 1890, from [[Florence]]
 
* '''[[Letter 4121]]''' – 24 May/5 June 1890, from [[Frolovskoye]]
 
* '''[[Letter 4121]]''' – 24 May/5 June 1890, from [[Frolovskoye]]
* [[Letter 4136]] – 4/16 June 1890, from [[Frolovskoye]]
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* '''[[Letter 4136]]''' – 4/16 June 1890, from [[Frolovskoye]]
 
* [[Letter 4174]] – 14/26 July 1890, from [[Frolovskoye]]
 
* [[Letter 4174]] – 14/26 July 1890, from [[Frolovskoye]]
 
* [[Letter 4191]] – 4/16 August 1890, from [[Frolovskoye]]
 
* [[Letter 4191]] – 4/16 August 1890, from [[Frolovskoye]]

Latest revision as of 14:14, 9 June 2019

Russian cellist and civil servant (b. 1836; d. 1891), born as Nikolay Osipovich Khristoforov (Николай Осипович Христофоров).

Khristoforov was a cellist in the Imperial Opera Orchestras in Saint Petersburg from 1856 until 1860, rising to become director of the central music library of the Imperial Theatres from 1877.

Correspondence with Tchaikovsky

8 letters from Tchaikovsky to Nikolay Khristoforov have survived, dating from 1887 to 1890, of which those highlighted in bold have been translated into English on this website:

3 letters from Khristoforov to the composer, dating from 1889 and 1890, are preserved in the Klin House-Museum Archive.

Bibliography