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Once, about the close of 1862, soon after he had joined the classes at the Conservatoire, he was talking to his brother Nicholas.
I have entered the newly-opened Conservatoire, he says, and the course begins in a few days.
At the Conservatoire the advanced students in the composition class were expected to conduct the school orchestra in turn.
Lastly, he began to feel some anxiety as to his future livelihood when his course at the Conservatoire should have come to an end.
His unusual powers were first recognised when he succeeded in founding the Moscow Conservatoire.