Letter 3771

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Date 18/30 January 1889
Addressed to Pyotr Jurgenson
Where written Frolovskoye
Language Russian
Autograph Location Klin (Russia): Tchaikovsky State Memorial Musical Museum-Reserve (a3, No. 2641)
Publication П. И. Чайковский. Переписка с П. И. Юргенсоном, том 2 (1952), p. 109
П. И. Чайковский. Полное собрание сочинений, том XV-А (1976), p. 31

Text and Translation

Russian text
English translation
By Brett Langston
18 янв[аря]

Прошла уже неделя, а перевода письма Дворжака нет. Если ты забыл, то, пожалуйста, устрой это дело и вышли немедленно в Петербург, Фонтанка, 15.

П. Чайковский

18 January

A week has already passed, but still there's no translation of the Dvořák letter [1]. If you've forgotten then please attend to the matter and send it to me immediately in Petersburg, Fontanka, 15.

P. Tchaikovsky

Notes and References

  1. Antonín Dvořák had written to Tchaikovsky on 2/14 January 1889 with a response (in Czech) to his invitation to conduct in Russia, which Jurgenson was arranging for Jan Hřímalý to translate for him. Evidently a translation arrived shortly after this letter was written, as Tchaikovsky was able to reply to Dvořák later that same day (see Letter 3722).