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

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

Sheet Music

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5 more: Front cover, title, page, preliminaries • Act I • Act II • Act III • Act IV, with back cover

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Language Russian
Publisher. Info. St. Petersburg: Bessel, 1903. Plate 5362.
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General Information

Work Title Pan Voyevoda
Alternative. Title Пан воевода
Composer Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolay
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. INR 39
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 "Памяти Фредерика Шопена" ("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)
Related Works See also the orchestral suite from the opera (Op.59)
External Links Wikipedia article

Misc. Comments

Contents (highlights)

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

Operas by Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov