Ole from the Northland, Op.53 (Ippolitov-Ivanov, Mikhail)

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 Preliminaries, Act I
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 Act II
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 Act III
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 Act IV
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PMLP72822-Ipp-Ivanov OleIzNordlanda 00 PrelimsAct1.pdf
Publisher Info.:

Moscow: P. Jurgenson, n.d.[1915]. Plates 38351-38373.

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General Information

Work Title Ole from the Northland
Alternative Title Оле из Нордланда (Ole iz Nordlanda) ; Ole from Nordland ; Ole of Nordland
Composer Ippolitov-Ivanov, Mikhail
Opus/Catalogue Number Op.53
Movements/Sections 4 acts, 24 numbers (including entr'acte to Act IV)
  • Act I
1. Scene and duet (Gerda and Marta)
2. Scene (Ole, Gerda, and Marta)
3. Scene and duet (Ole, Gerda, later Marta and chorus)
4. Scene (Gerda and chorus)
  • Act II
5. Scene (Gerda, Johan, servants, musicians, etc.
6. Scene and arioso of Johan
7. Scene (Gerda, Ole, Johan, people, and fishermen)
8. Song of the fishermen
9. Dances with chorus
10. Little song of Ole
11. Scene of the merchant
Verses of Ole with chorus
12. Scene of the merchant and chorus
13. Scene (Ole, Johan, and Gerda)
14. Concluding scene (Johan)
  • Act III
15. Scene and chorus of girlfriends
16. Scene and ballad of Marta
Ballad of Marta
17. Dances and chrous of girlfriends
18. Scene and chorus
19. Scene and arioso of Ole
20. Concluding scene and Duet of Ole and Gerda
  • Act IV
Entr'acte
21. Scene of the night watchmen
22. Scene and Arioso of Johan
23. Concluding scene and Duet
Year/Date of Composition 1915
First Performance 1916-11-21 in Moscow, Bolshoy Theatre
First Publication 1915
Librettist Composer, after M. Jersen
Language Russian
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation voices, chorus, orchestra
External Links Operone.de


Misc. Comments

Anyone have any idea who "M. Jersen" may have been? (also, is the title on the cover in Russian? It doesn't seem to say "... from the North Country" - maybe in early 20th-century Russian... - oh- Ole from Nordlanda...) - Schissel

In 1928, revived at the Bolshoi Theater by its director Vladimir Leonardovich (Knipper) Nardov (1876–1942) (as Russian Wikipedia (Nardov's article) puts it, its first appearance on the Soviet (post-1917) stage.)

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