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==Correspondence with Tchaikovsky==
 
==Correspondence with Tchaikovsky==
6 letters from Tchaikovsky to Yakov Kalishevsky have survived, dating from 1890 and 1891, of which those highlighted in bold have been translated into English on this website:
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6 letters from Tchaikovsky to Yakov Kalishevsky have survived, dating from 1890 and 1891, all of which have been translated into English on this website:
* [[Letter 4282]] – 31 December 1890/12 January 1891, from [[Kamenka]]
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* '''[[Letter 4282]]''' – 31 December 1890/12 January 1891, from [[Kamenka]]
* [[Letter 4417]] – 20 June/2 July 1891, from [[Maydanovo]]
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* '''[[Letter 4417]]''' – 20 June/2 July 1891, from [[Maydanovo]]
* [[Letter 4422]] – 25 June/7 July 1891, from [[Maydanovo]]
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* '''[[Letter 4422]]''' – 25 June/7 July 1891, from [[Maydanovo]]
* [[Letter 4434]] – 7/19 July 1891, from [[Maydanovo]]
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* '''[[Letter 4434]]''' – 7/19 July 1891, from [[Maydanovo]]
 
* '''[[Letter 4490]]''' – 1/13 October 1891, from [[Maydanovo]]
 
* '''[[Letter 4490]]''' – 1/13 October 1891, from [[Maydanovo]]
* [[Letter 4503]] – 8/20 October 1891, from [[Maydanovo]]
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* '''[[Letter 4503]]''' – 8/20 October 1891, from [[Maydanovo]]
  
 
5 letters from Kalishevsky to Tchaikovsky, dating from 1891, are preserved in the [[Klin]] House-Museum Archive.
 
5 letters from Kalishevsky to Tchaikovsky, dating from 1891, are preserved in the [[Klin]] House-Museum Archive.

Latest revision as of 12:49, 29 December 2019

Ukrainian baritone, conductor, and choirmaster (b. 9/21 October 1856 in Chigirin; d. 1923), born Yakov Stepanovich Kalishevsky (Яков Степанович Калишевский).

After serving as choirmaster in the opera houses at Kiev and Kharkov, Kalishevsky became master of the chorus of Saint Sofia's Cathedral in Kiev from 1883 until 1920.

Correspondence with Tchaikovsky

6 letters from Tchaikovsky to Yakov Kalishevsky have survived, dating from 1890 and 1891, all of which have been translated into English on this website:

5 letters from Kalishevsky to Tchaikovsky, dating from 1891, are preserved in the Klin House-Museum Archive.

Bibliography