Raphael, Op.37 (Arensky, Anton)

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 Cover pages
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 Title page, cast list, and libretto
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 Introduction
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 1. Chorus of Students
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 2. Arioso of Raphael
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 3. Duet of Raphael and Fornarina
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 4. Aria of the Cardinal
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 5. Trio
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 6. Finale
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Arensky Raphael covers.pdf
Publisher Info.:

Moscow: P. Jurgenson, n.d.[1894]. Plate 19690.

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General Information

Work Title Raphael
Alternative Title Рафаэль
Musical scenes from the Renaissance (Музыкальная сцены из эпохи Возрождения)
Composer Arensky, Anton
Opus/Catalogue Number Op.37
Movements/Sections 1 act:
Introduction (Вступление)
1. Chorus of Students (Хор учеников)
2. Arioso of Raphael (Ариозо Рафаэля)
3. Duet of Raphael and Fornarina (Дуэт Рафаэля и Форнарины)
4. Aria of the Cardinal (Ария Кардинала)
5. Trio (Трио)
6. Finale (Финал)
Year/Date of Composition 1894
First Performance 1894-05-06 — Moscow, Conservatory
First Publication 1894 — Moscow: P. Jurgenson. Vocal score. Plates 19637 to 19642.
Librettist A. A. Kryukov
Language Russian
Dedication To the Moscow Society of Lovers of the Arts
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Voices
  • Raphael Sanzio (Рафаэль Санцио) — mezzo-soprano
  • Fornarina (Форнарина) — soprano
  • Cardinal Bibeienne (Кардиналь Бибиена)
  • Folk Singer (Народный певец) — tenor (offstage)

Mixed chorus (SATB)
Orchestra

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