|Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No.
||4 acts, 7 tableaux; 30 numbers (including overture)
- Overture (Introduction)
- Act I.
- 1. Scene and chorus
- 2. Song of Bastryukov
- 3. Duet (Mar'ya Vlas'yevna. Bastryukov)
- 4. Scene
- 5. Finale
- 6. Aria of Bastryukov
- 7. Scene and chorus
- 8. Recitative-Arioso
- 9. Trepak and chorus
- Act II.
- 10. Aria of the Voyevoda with chorus
- 11. Arioso of Olena
- 12. Scene
- 13. Incantation of Mizgir
- 14. Procession of pilgrims and chorus of beggars
- 15. Cavatina of the hermit
- 16. Scene
- 17. Aria of Dubrovin
- 18. Finale
- Act III.
- 19. Dance and chorus of maidens
- 20. Recitative and song of Mar'ya Vlas'yevna
- 21. Scene
- 22. Duet
- 23a. Scene
- 23b. Tale of Nedviga
- 24. Aria (Domovoy)
- Act IV.
- 25. Lullaby
- 26. Dreams of the Voyevoda
- 27. Quartet
- 28. Scene
- 29. Finale. Chorus.
|Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp.
||1891-01-02 in Moscow, Bolshoy Theatre
||1889-90 — Moscow: P. Jurgenson.
- piano solo arr. plate 14347. (1889)
vocal score. plates 14710–738. (1890)
||Aleksandr Ostrovsky (1823–1886)
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
||voices, mixed chorus, orchestra
||This opera is based on the same play as Pyotr Tchaikovsky's early opera Voyevoda, Op.3 (the full score of which had been destroyed by its composer and was to be reconstructed only much later).