Rogneda (Serov, Aleksandr)

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Publisher. Info. St. Petersburg: F. Stellovsky, 1866. Plate 5460–84.
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Misc. Notes Foliation (ii, pp.3-296)
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Publisher. Info. Moscow: Gutheil, n.d. Plate 2293.
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Misc. Notes With Piano 3rd hand ad lib.
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IgorCello (2017/1/4)

Publisher. Info. Moscow: Muzsektor Gosizdata, 1930. Plate М.11350 Г.
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Misc. Notes This ballade became the basis for the Viking song in Rimsky-Korsakov' opera 'Sadko'
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Arrangements and Transcriptions

Dance of the Tumblers (Act II, No.8)

For Piano 4 hands (Schaefer)

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Arranger Aleksandr Schaefer (1866-1914)
Publisher. Info. Moscow: Gutheil, n.d. Plate A. 79321 G.
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Misc. Notes This file is part of the Sibley Mirroring Project.
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Varangian Ballad (Act IV, No.18)

For Wind Band (Ivanov-Radkevich)

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Arranger Pavel Ivanov-Radkevich (1878-1942)
Publisher. Info. Moscow: Muzgiz, n.d.[1934].
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General Information

Work Title Rogneda
Alternative. Title Рогнеда
Composer Serov, Aleksandr
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IAS 6
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 5 acts
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1863–65
First Performance. 1865-10-27 in St. Petersburg, Maryinsky Theatre
First Publication. St. Petersburg: F. Stellovsky, 1866 (vocal score)
Librettist Dmitry Averkiev (1836–1905), after Kondraty Ryleyev (1795–1826) and Mikhail Zagoskin (1789–1852)
Language Russian
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation voices, mixed chorus, orchestra
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