Chapter 5, 25 March 1956


Chapter 5, 25 March 1956


Igor Stravinsky


Nadia Boulanger


25 March 1956


Paul Sacher Stiftung



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Boulanger to Stravinsky
36 rue Ballu
Telephone: Trinité 57-91
March 25, 1956
May all of my thoughts go to you this Easter, Dear Igor, Dear Vera. Is there a way I might
familiarize myself soon with the Venetian work for San Marco? At my peril, I dare confess a
faint glimmer of hope.
Marie Blanche is very sick, complications with the brain. But one must not despair. It is a great
I send my love to you on the Day of Light and am your
[P.S.] Many kind regards to Bob Craft
Boulanger à Stravinsky
36 rue Ballu
Téléph : Trinité 57-91
25 mars 1956
Que pour Pâques, Cher Igor, Chère Véra, toutes mes pensées aillent vers vous. Y-a-t-il un moyen
de connaître bientôt l’œuvre vénitienne San Marco. J’ose à peine avouer ma petite lueur d’espoir.
Marie Blanche est très malade—complication cérébrale. Mais il ne faut pas désespérer. C’est une
grande tristesse.
Je vous embrasse pour le Jour de lumière,
Et suis votre
[P.-S.] Tant de bons souvenirs pour Bob Craft



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