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С глубочайшим почтением имею честь быть Вашим покорнейшим слугою.
 
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With the deepest respect I have the honour of being your most obedient servant.
 
With the deepest respect I have the honour of being your most obedient servant.
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==Notes and References==
 
==Notes and References==

Latest revision as of 00:44, 31 December 2019

Date 8/20 January 1863
Addressed to Vasily Kologrivov
Where written Saint Petersburg
Language Russian
Autograph Location Klin (Russia): Tchaikovsky State Memorial Musical Museum-Reserve (a12, No. 4a)
Publication П. И. Чайковский. Полное собрание сочинений, том V (1959), p. 76

Text and Translation

Russian text
(original)
English translation
By Brett Langston
Милостивый государь!
Василий Алексеевич!

Имею честь уведомить Вас, что по некоторым домашним обстоятельствам я не могу явиться на урок к г. Чиарди.

С глубочайшим почтением имею честь быть Вашим покорнейшим слугою.

П. Чайковский
Января 8. 1863 г[ода]

Gracious Sir!
Vasily Alekseyevich!

I have the honour of informing you that, due to some family circumstances, I am unable to attend Mr Ciardi's lesson [1].

With the deepest respect I have the honour of being your most obedient servant.

P. Tchaikovsky
January 8, 1863

Notes and References

  1. The famous Italian flautist Cesare Ciardi (1818–1877) was based in Russia from 1853 and taught Tchaikovsky the flute at the Saint Petersburg Conservatory. Tchaikovsky became highly proficient in this instrument and was able to take part in student concerts and chamber music soirées requiring the flute during his time at the Conservatory.