Mlada (opera-ballet) (Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolay)

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Language Russian / French
Publisher. Info. Leipzig: M.P. Belaieff, 1891. Plate 389.
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Work Title Mlada
Alternative. Title Млада
Composer Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolay
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 4 acts
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1889–90
First Performance. 1892-11-01 – St Petersburg, Maryinsky Theatre
Fyodor Stravinsky (Mstivoy), Olga Olgina/Yevelina Sonki (Voyslava), Mikhail Mikhaylov (Yaromir), Mariya Dolina (Lumir), Mariya Piltz (Morena), Vasily Karelin (Moor), Grigory Ugrinovich (Novgorodian), Yelena Markovskaya (Novgorodian's wife), Maksim Titov (Varangian), Aleksandr Klimov (Tiun), Eduard Nápravník (conductor)
First Publication. 1891 – Leipzig: M. P. Belaieff.
  • Full score. Plate 385.
  • Orchestral parts. Plate 386.
  • Choral parts. Plate 387.
  • Solo voice parts. Plate 388.
  • Vocal score. Plate 389.
Librettist Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov (1844–1908), after Viktor Krylov (1838–1908)
Language Russian
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Voices: Mstivoy (Мстивой) (bass) ; Voyslava (Войслава) (soprano) ; Yaromir (Яромир) (tenor) ; Lumir (Лумир) (alto) ; Morena (Морена) (mezzo-soprano) ; Moor (Мавр) (tenor) ; Novgorodian (Новгородец) (tenor) ; Novgorodian's wife (Жена) (mezzo-soprano) ; Varangian (Варяг) (baritone) ; Tiun (Тиун) (bass) ; High Priest of Radegast (Вегласный жрец Радегаста) (baritone) + mixed chorus (SATB)
Orchestra
Related Works Based on the abandoned collaborative opera-ballet Mlada (1872).
Act III was later adapted for orchestra by Rimsky-Korsakov as the symphonic poem Night on Mount Triglav.
See also the concert suite arranged from the ballet by Rimsky-Korsakov (1903).
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