The Enchantress (Tchaikovsky, Pyotr)

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PMLP172472-Tchaikovsky the enchantres.pdf
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Moscow: P. Jurgenson, n.d.[1901]. Plate 13569.

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PMLP172472-Charodeyka.pdf
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Sergey Gorodetsky (1884–1967), revised text

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Moscow: Muzyka, 1970. Plate 6604

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Based on vols. 40A and 40B of Pyotr Tchaikovsky: Complete Collected Works (1949)

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Work Title The Enchantress
Alternative Title Чародейка ; Die Zauberin ; The Sorceress
Composer Tchaikovsky, Pyotr
Opus/Catalogue Number TH 9
Movements/Sections 4 acts
Year/Date of Composition 1885–87
First Performance 1887-11-01 — St. Petersburg, Maryinsky Theatre: Ivan Melnikov (Prince Kurlyatev), Mariya Slavina (Princess), Mikhail Vasilyev (Prince Yury), Fyodor Stravinsky (Mamyrov), Mariya Dolina (Nenila), Emillya Pavlovskaya (Kuma), Nikolay Klimov (Foka), Yelena Markovskaya (Polia), Grigory Ugrinovich (Lukash), Mikhail Koryakin (Kichiga), Vasily Vasilyev II (Paisy), Sergey Pavlovsky (Kudma), Pyotr Tchaikovsky (conductor)
First Publication 1887 — Moscow: P. Jurgenson. Vocal score, 409 pages. Plates 13570 to 13593.
1887 — Moscow: P. Jurgenson. Choral parts.
1887 — Moscow: P. Jurgenson. Arrangement for solo piano (Aleksandra Hubert).
1901 — Moscow: P. Jurgenson. Full score.
1901 — Moscow: P. Jurgenson. Vocal score (revised ed.).
Librettist Ippolit Shpazhinsky (1848–1917)
Language Russian
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Voices: Prince Nikita Kurlyatev (Князь Никита Курлятев) (baritone) ; Princess Yevpraksiya (Княгиня Евпраксия) (mezzo-soprano) ; Prince Yury (Княжич Юрий) (tenor) ; Mamyrov (Мамыров) (bass) ; Nenila (Ненила) (mezzo-soprano) ; Ivan Zhuran (Иван Журан) (bass-baritone) ; Nastasya/Kuma (Настасья/Кума) (dramatic soprano; Foka (Фока) (baritone) ; Polya (Поля) (soprano) ; Balakin (Балакин) (tenor) ; Potap (Потап) (bass-baritone) ; Lukash (Лукаш) (tenor) ; Kichiga (Кичига) (bass) ; Paisy (Паисий) (character tenor) ; Kudma (Кудьма) (baritone) + mixed chorus (SATB)
Orchestra: piccolo, 3 flutes, 2 oboes, English horn, 2 clarinets (B, C, A), 2 bassoons + 4 horns (F), 2 cornets (B), 2 trumpets (B), 3 trombones, tuba + timpani, triangle, tambourine, side drum, cymbals, bass drum, tam-tam + harp, strings
External Links Tchaikovsky Research
Extra Information Vocal score also arranged by Tchaikovsky, 1886–87.
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