|Date||14/26 February 1890|
|Addressed to||Pyotr Jurgenson|
|Autograph Location||Klin (Russia): Tchaikovsky State Memorial Musical Museum-Reserve (a3, No. 2732)|
|Publication||(1977), p. 50|
Text and Translation
The telegram was written in Russian, using the Latin alphabet.
By Brett Langston
|Vpolne soglassen, prochou natschat isk protiv teatra Panaiewa .
|Completely agree, request commence suit against Panayev Theatre .
Notes and References
- Tchaikovsky was replying to a letter from Pyotr Jurgenson dated 8/20 February 1890, in which the publisher asked permission to take action against an unauthorised production of The Oprichnik by the Jacobson private opera company at the Panayev Theatre in Saint Petersburg.
- «Вполне согласен, прошу начать иск против театра Панаева».