Pan Voyevoda (opera) (Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolay)

Ambox notice.pngFor the concert suite from this work, see Pan Voyevoda (suite), Op.59.


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Language Russian
Publisher. Info. St. Petersburg: Bessel, 1903. Plate 5362.
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Work Title Pan Voyevoda
Alternative. Title Пан воевода
Composer Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolay
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.59
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 4 acts
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1902–03
First Performance. 1904-10-16 – St. Petersburg, Conservatory: Aleksandr Antonovsky (Pan Voyevoda), Olga Aslanova (Yadviga Zapolskaya), Sergey Varyagin (Dzyuba), Vera Dobrzhanskaya (Olesnitsky), Niklay Bolshakov (Boleslav Chaplinsky), Romanov (Poslavsky), Mariya Insarova (Mariya Oskolskaya), Vyacheslav Suk (conductor)
First Publication. 1904 – St. Petersburg: Bessel. Vocal score, 249 pages. Plate 5362.
Librettist Ilya Tyumenev (1855–1927)
Language Russian
Dedication To the memory of Frédéric Chopin
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Voices: Pan Voyevoda (Пан Воевода) (bass) ; Yadviga Zapolskaya (Ядвига Запольская) (soprano) ; Dzyuba (Дзюба) (bass) ; Olesnitsky (Олесницкий) (contralto) ; Boleslav Chaplinsky (Болеслав Чаплинский) (tenor) ; Poslavsky (Пославский) (baritone) ; Mariya Oskolskaya (Мария Оскольская) (soprano) ; Dorosh (Дорош) (bass) + mixed chorus (SATB)
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Related Works See also the orchestral suite from the opera (Op.59)
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Contents (highlights)

  • Act I
    • Mock Lullaby
    • Krakowiak
  • Act II
    • Nocturne: "The Moonlight"
  • Act III
    • Mazurka
    • Polonaise
    • Song about the Dying Swan
    • Kazachok
  • Act IV