Tchaikovsky. The guide of museum-estate

Tchaikovsky. The guide of museum-estate Summary

The estate where the famous Russian composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky was born and spent his childhood had been preserved in Votkinsk, Udmurt Republic. Probably in his later years Pyotr Ilyich, while composing his music, would look back at his home and the people who had lived there. He would recall his father signing some documents in his study, his mother singing a romantic song in the living room, his siblings playing in children’s room, his nanny’s bed-time stories, his aunts’ evening prayers, his governess Fanny, who used to read historical tales to children, and Mariya Markovna, who taught music to little Pyotr.



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