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  • ...[[TH]] 283 ; [[ČW]] 548) was Tchaikovsky's twentieth music-review article for the Moscow journal ''Russian Register'' (Русские ведомости) ...oth also played by [[Hartvigson]]), and [[Mendelssohn]]'s incidental music for [[Shakespeare]]'s ''A Midsummer Night's Dream'', Op. 61
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  • ...Afanasy Fet: it was as such that he had long since become a household name for the Russian reading public. ...teau at Courtavenel in the autumn of 1856. Fet submitted many of his poems for [[Turgenev]]'s perusal before they were published, and, although the latter
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  • ...mentions at the end how fortunate he was not to have had a "petty tyrant" for a father, as had been the case with Serov. ...ir Stasov]] was his classmate, Serov was able to take piano lessons with a German teacher and extend his knowledge of music. After graduating in 1840, he sta
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  • ...ften judged very harshly. Nevertheless, Rubinstein recommended Tchaikovsky for the post of professor of harmony at the [[Moscow]] Conservatory, after his ...heme, Op. 21]] for piano to his former tutor, and also supplied two pieces for the celebrations of Anton Rubinstein's fifiteth year as an artist in 1889:
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  • ...March, and 28 February/11 March, and also met [[Gounod]] and [[Massenet]] for the first time) and [[London]] (concert on 10/22 March). Nevertheless the t ...ow his friends encouraged him to overcome these fears, thus paving the way for his first concert tour to Western Europe within less than a year
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  • ...[[TH]] 275 ; [[ČW]] 673) was an unfinished article written by Tchaikovsky for the [[Saint Petersburg]] journal ''The Citizen'' (Гражданин) <ref ...works" in which his "radiant genius" as a symphonist revealed itself fully for the first time (see also [[TH 268]])
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  • ..., they returned to [[Prague]] in 1918, and they remained in Czechoslovakia for the rest of their days. {{quote|That evening I was full of impatience as I waited for my wife to come home from the theatre. She was in a state of joyful excitem
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  • ==Text and Translation== ...d in {{bib|1945/34|The Diaries of Tchaikovsky}} (1945), p. 23-30, and into German by Ernst Kuhn and Hans-Joachim Grimm in {{bib|1992/51|P. I. Tschaikowsky. D
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  • ==Text and Translation== ...d in {{bib|1945/34|The Diaries of Tchaikovsky}} (1945), p. 61-70, and into German by Ernst Kuhn and Hans-Joachim Grimm in {{bib|1992/51|P. I. Tschaikowsky. D
    70 KB (6,311 words) - 00:58, 9 November 2019
  • ...cean, Tchaikovsky arrived in [[New York]] on 14/26 April still in mourning for his sister, and deeply apprehensive about the trip that awaited him. ==Text and Translation==
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  • ...furnished house at [[Maydanovo]], near [[Klin]], which he found convenient for travelling by rail to [[Saint Petersburg]] and [[Moscow]]. Living with him ==Text and Translation==
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  • ...the diay was made on 9/21 June, the day after Tchaikovsky left [[Kamenka]] for the city of [[Kharkov]]. ==Text and Translation==
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  • ...sky]]. He was also preparing to travel to [[Moscow]] (2/14 to 12/24 March) for a directors' meeting of the Russian Musical Society, and to oversee the pre ==Text and Translation==
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  • ==Text and Translation== ...d in {{bib|1945/34|The Diaries of Tchaikovsky}} (1945), p. 30-42, and into German by Ernst Kuhn and Hans-Joachim Grimm in {{bib|1992/51|P. I. Tschaikowsky. D
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  • ==Text and Translation== ...in {{bib|1945/34|The Diaries of Tchaikovsky}} (1945), p. 299-322, and into German by Ernst Kuhn and Hans-Joachim Grimm in {{bib|1992/51|P. I. Tschaikowsky. D
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  • ...distrust towards Liszt may have been his vigorous campaigning for the 'new German school of music', as all such proselytizing in the name of new and radical ...the rest of the "Mighty Handful", admired Liszt for his boldness and also for his early support of Russian music in the 1840s), Tchaikovsky would write y
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  • ...r'' (К ней) at a soirée of the circle — an unforgettable experience for Dostoyevsky, which he would later refer to in one of his stories <ref name= ...latter's works as expressing the tragic defeat by Fate of human yearnings for happiness (see e.g. [[TH 301]]) shows that he, too, responded to those elem
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  • ...said very little about Donizetti's operas in his music review articles and letters — less than was the case with [[Bellini]] and certainly much less than hi ...lehearted enthusiasm" <ref name="note3"/>. The young Tchaikovsky's passion for Italian opera was encouraged by the Neapolitan singing-master Luigi Picciol
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  • ...been seduced by her teacher, [[Tatyana Davydova|Tatyana]] left [[Kamenka]] for [[Saint Petersburg]] in order to conceal her pregnancy from her parents and ...3000 francs to pay for the services of a wet nurse, as well as to arrange for the boy to be handed over to the care of a foster family, the Auclairs, who
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  • German composer (b. 5 September 1791 {{NS}} in Vogelsdorf or Tasdorf, near [[Berli ...tt" as a leitmotif in this opera, he fulminated: "I am not a moralist, but for a good Protestant it is offensive to hear his most cherished song being yel
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