|Date||1/13 March 1888|
|Addressed to||Marie de Benardaky|
|Autograph Location||Stanford (California, USA): Stanford University, Music Library (No. 1071)|
|Publication||(1974), p. 376|
Text and Translation
By Brett Langston
13 Mars 1888
avoir la bonté de recevoir M[onsieu]r de Krotkoff voudrait Vous connaitre et demander Vos conseils sur une affaire très importante.
Votre bien dévoué serviteur,
13 March 1888
Please be so kind as to receive Monsieur de Krotkoff  who should like to become acquainted with you and request your advice on a very important matter.
Your most devoted servant,
Notes and References
- Nikolay Sergeyevich Krotkov (1849-?), Russian composer and conductor at the Aleksandrinsky and Mikhaylovsky Theatres in Saint Petersburg, who at that time was attempting to organise a Russian concert in Paris on behalf of the Smolensk branch of the Russian Musical Society, and had sought Tchaikovsky's assistance.