|Date||between 12/24 and 14/26 November 1876|
|Addressed to||Eduard Nápravník|
|Publication|| (1924), p. 230|
(1959), p. 102
(1961), p. 87
Typed copy in Klin (Russia): Tchaikovsky State Memorial Musical Museum-Reserve
Text and Translation
Based on a typed copy in the Klin House-Museum Archive, which may contain differences in formatting and content from Tchaikovsky's original telegram.
By Brett Langston
|Ваши танцы очень понравились публике, от души радуемся и поздравляем. Вторник буду на репетиции.
|Your dances very well received by the public, my hearty congratulations . Will be at rehearsals Tuesday .
Notes and References
- The Kazachok (No. 2) and Russian Dance (No. 3), from Nápravník's Folk Dances suite for orchestra, Op. 20, had been performed at a Russian Musical Society concert in Moscow on 12/24 November 1876, conducted by Nikolay Rubinstein.
- For the opera Vakula the Smith, at the Mariinsky Theatre in Saint Petersburg.