In one article, Hans von Bülow referred to a Moscow Conservatory composition professor, Tchaikovsky, as one who 'strives and aspires.' A champion of Tchaikovsky's music, von Bülow commends Romeo and Juliet overture as 'uncommonly interesting' with original and lavish melody
At the suggestion of Nadezhda von Meck, Tchaikovsky was to have Jurgenson, his publisher, send a copy of Eugene Onegin to Hans von Bülow who was one of the few celebrated German musicians who liked Tchaikovsky personally and supported Russian music.
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