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File:Tchaikovskys family in 1848 From left to right sitting Alexandra Andreevna Tchaikovska Alexandra Ippolit Ilya Petrovitch Tchai Family 2.jpg


English: Photo of Tchaikovsky family in 1848, from left to right: Pyotr Tchaikovsky, his mother Alexandra Andreyevna, his sister Alexandra (seated), sister Zinaida (standing), brother Nikolai (standing), brother Ippolit (seated), and father Ilya Petrovich.
Русский: Фотография семьи Чайковских. 1848 год. Слева направо: Пётр, Александра Андреевна (мать), Александра, Зинаида (сёстры), Николай, Ипполит (братья), Илья Петрович (отец)
Date 1848
Source This image is taken from: Brown, David (2007) Tchaikovsky: The Man and His Music, New York: Pegasus Books, p. 220 Retrieved on 28 March 2009. ISBN: 1933648309. The photo has been earlier published in: Tchaikovsky, Modeste (1906) The Life & Letters of Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky (PDF), London and New York: John Lane, p. 14 Retrieved on 26 March 2009. The photo also hangs in the Tchaikovsky House-Museum at Klin. Originally uploaded January 2008 by Jonyungk ( talk) and March 2009 by Jappalang ( talk) to en:Wikipedia ( log).
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