||Russian / French
||Hamburg: D. Rahter, n.d.. Plate 1795.
||The Mandarin's Son
||Сын мандарина ; Le fils du Mandarin
|I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No.
||1 act (overture + 10 numbers)
- 1. Duet (soprano and tenor)
- 2. Comic Aria (bass)
- 3. Quartet (soprano, tenor, baritone, and bass)
- 4. Aria (soprano)
- 5. March
- 6. Duet (baritone and bass)
- 7. Aria (bass)
- 8. Duet and Trio (soprano, tenor and bass)
- 9. Romance (baritone)
- 10. Quintet (soprano, tenor, baritone, and the two basses)
|Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp.
||1859-03-06 in St. Petersburg (private)|
1878-12-19 in St. Petersburg, Artists' Club (public)
||Viktor Krylov (1838–1906) [uncredited on score]
||A Madame Malvina Cui
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
||voices with orchestra
The original printing of the piano-vocal score (lacking the dialogue between numbers) was in St. Petersburg by Büttner, 1859; the bilingual version based on the same engraving was issued (with the dialogue added) from Leipzig by Rahter, .
The overture was published in full score, the orchestration of which evidently owes much to Balakirev.