Pleshcheyevo

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Pleshcheyevo (Плещеево) was an estate in the Podolsk region of Moscow oblast, Russia. During the composer's lifetime it formed part of the Podolsk district (Подольский уезд) in the Moscow province (Московская губерния) of the Russian Federation. It was purchased by Nadezhda von Meck in 1882, and remained in her family until 1908. The area now forms part of the city of Podolsk (Podolsk Urban Okrug, Moscow Oblast).

Tchaikovsky in Pleshcheyevo

Tchaikovsky stayed at Nadezhda von Meck's estate at Pleshcheyevo on two occasions:

From Until Notes
3/15 September 1884 4/16 October 1884 When he composed the Impromptu-Caprice for piano, some of the Six Romances, Op. 57, and began orchestrating the Concert Fantasia for piano and orchestra.
8/20 August 1885 10/22 August 1885 Visiting with his brothers Anatoly and Modest.

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