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Eclectic Christmas Song Instrumental, Vol 1, Approx. 1,750 ft.

Volume 1 includes a series of instrumental performances of the classic Christmas carol, “Die Christi- mache Nacht ist her, der Kaiser naht.” The title also includes German lyrics to the song translated into English. There are several versions of this song available on this album.

The recording performance consists of approximately 9 instruments including, accordion, saxophone, and a flute. This album is a Christmas CD for all to enjoy.Q:

How do I dynamically calculate the conditional distribution of a Markov chain’s state given a certain sequence of states?

I have a Markov chain with $N$ states that I can only observe if the last state is $S_i$. I want to know what state the chain would be in after $n$ transitions. For example, if I know the chain has been in states $S_i$ and $S_j$ for $n$ transitions, I can calculate the probability of the chain being in state $S_k$ at the next state like this:
$$P(S_k | S_i, S_j) = \frac{P(S_i, S_j, S_k)}{P(S_i, S_j)}$$
However, I want to generalise this so that I don’t have to store all of the values of $P(S_i, S_j, S_k)$ if I know I have been in $S_i$ for $n$ transitions already.
Is there any way I can calculate $P(S_k | S_i, S_j)$ in an efficient way (i.e. without creating a huge table to store all of the probabilities from before $S_i$ to $S_j$)? Perhaps I can somehow use a product of conditional distributions
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