Polish amateur pianist and violinist (b. 1855; d. 1919), known in Russia as Vladislav Albertovich Pakhulsky (Владислав Альбертович Пахульский).
The brother of the composer Henryk Pachulski (1859–1921), Władysław followed in the steps of his father, Albert, and became a worker on Nadezhda von Meck's estate, She encouraged his interest in music, and asked Tchaikovsky to offer him tuition. Władysław became secretary to Nadezhda von Meck, and eventually married her daughter Yuliya (1853–1915). He also acted as intermediary between the composer and his benefactress, when the latter's health made it difficult for her to write. It has been suggested that Pachulski's intervention played a part in the breakdown of relations between Tchaikovsky and Nadezhda von Meck in 1890
Correspondence with Tchaikovsky
9 letters from Tchaikovsky to Władysław Pachulski have survived, dating from 1883 to 1891:
- Letter 2259 – 10/22 April 1883, from Paris
- Letter 2749 – 16/28 August 1885, from Maydanovo
- Letter 2760 – 31 August/12 September 1885, from Maydanovo
- Letter 3919a – 9/21 August 1889, from Frolovskoye
- Letter 4052 – 27 February/11 March 1890, from Florence
- Letter 4069 – 14/26 March 1890, from Florence
- Letter 4164 – 3/15 July 1890, from Frolovskoye
- Letter 4347 – 14/26 March 1891, from Paris
- Letter 4398 – 6/18 June 1891, from Moscow
50 letters from Władysław Pachulski to Tchaikovsky, dating from 1880 to 1891, are preserved in the Klin House-Museum Archive.