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  • Performer: Tchaikovsky
  • Album: Opera - Eugene Onegin (Lyric Scene In 3 Acts)
  • FLAC: 1196 mb | MP3: 1257 mb
  • Released: 1979
  • Style: Opera, Romantic
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Tchaikovsky - Opera - Eugene Onegin (Lyric Scene In 3 Acts) album flac

Tracklist

Act One
Introduction 2:10
Act One, Scene 1 (The Garden Of The Larin Estate)
No.1: Tatiana: "Did You Not Hear The Voice Of Love's Minstrel..." 5:10
No.2: Chorus Leader (Tenor): "My Swift Legs Hurt From Walking..." 5:27
No.3: Tatiana: "How I Love To Let My Soul Slip..." 0:55
Olga: "I Cannot Give Way To Sorrow..." 2:42
No.4: Larina "Well, My Little Gay One..." 3:13
No.5: Lensky: "Ladies! I Have Taken It Upon Me..." 3:17
No.6: Lensky: "I Am So Happy, So Happy..." 5:41
No.7: Larina: "Here You Are Then! But Where Has Tania Got To?" 2:34
Act One, Scene 2 (Tatiana's Room)
No.8: Nurse: "Well, I Talk Too Much..." 7:47
No.9: Tatiana: "May I Perish; But First I Will Call..." 12:57
No.10: Tatiana: "Ah, Night Is Over, Everything Wakens..." 6:01
Act One, Scene 3 (Another Part Of The Garden Of The Larin Estate)
No.11: Chorus Of Girls: "Pretty Young Maidens..." 2:51
No.12: Tatiana: "He Is Here, Eugene Is Here..." 2:24
Onegin: "You Wrote To Me. Do Not Deny It." 1:49
Onegin: "Had I Wished To Confine My Life To A Family Circle..." 4:15
Act Two
Act Two, Scene 1 (The Reception Room Of The Larin's House)
No.13: Guests: "What A Surprise! We Never Expected..." 8:06
No.14: Lensky. "Have I Deserved Such An Insult From You?" 3:18
Triquet: "I Have The Little Song With Me..." 3:30
No.15: Rotniy: "Ladies And Gentlemen, Please Take Your Places,..." 4:23
No.16: Lensky: "In Your House!... In Your House!..." 4:53
Act Two, Scene 2 (A Rustic Watermill. Trees. Early Morning.)
No.17: Zaretsky: "Well, It Seems That Our Opponent Has Not Come?" 9:29
No.18: Zaretsky: "There They Are! But Who Is That..." 1:56
Lensky, Onegin: "Foes! How Long Is It Since The Thirst For Blood Drove Us Asunder?" 3:33
Act Three
No.19: Introduction (Polonaise) 4:20
Act Three, Scene 1 (One Of The Salons Adjoining The Ballroom Of A St.Petersburg Nobleman's House)
No.20: Onegin: "Here, Too, I Am Bored..." 2:10
Ecossaise I 1:48
Guests: "Princess Gremin! Look! Look!" 2:00
No.20a: Gremin: "At All Ages We Are Susceptible To Love..." 5:53
No.21: Gremin: "Now, Let Us Go, I Shall Introduce You..." 2:46
Ecossaise II 0:50
Act Three, Scene 2 (A Drawing Room In Prince Gremin's House)
No.22: Tatiana: "Oh, How I Suffer!..." 3:45
Tatiana: "Onegin, I Was Younger Then, And Better, Too, I Think..." 9:27

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MCD 115 A&B Tchaikovsky* Opera - Eugene Onegin (Lyric Scene In 3 Acts) ‎(2xCD, RE) Мелодия MCD 115 A&B 1987
300 626-440 Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Tatiana Tugarinova, Tamara Milashkina, Tamara Sinjawskaja*, Larissa Awdejewa*, Yuri Mazurok, Vladimir Atlantov, Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Tatiana Tugarinova, Tamara Milashkina, Tamara Sinjawskaja*, Larissa Awdejewa*, Yuri Mazurok, Vladimir Atlantov, Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra - Eugen Onegin ‎(3xLP, Album) Melodia-Eurodisc 300 626-440 Germany 1979
C10-12767-72 П. Чайковский* - Сописты, Хори*, Оркестр Большого Театра Союза ССР* , Дирижер Марк Эрмлер* П. Чайковский* - Сописты, Хори*, Оркестр Большого Театра Союза ССР* , Дирижер Марк Эрмлер* - Евгений Онегин = Eugene Onegin ‎(3xLP) Мелодия C10-12767-72 USSR 1979
C10-12767-72 П. Чайковский* - Сописты, Хори*, Оркестр Большого Театра Союза ССР* , Дирижер Марк Эрмлер* П. Чайковский* - Сописты, Хори*, Оркестр Большого Театра Союза ССР* , Дирижер Марк Эрмлер* - Евгений Онегин = Eugene Onegin ‎(3xLP, Exp + Box) Мелодия C10-12767-72 USSR 1979
С10—12767-72 П. Чайковский* - Сописты, Хор Большого Театра СССР* и Оркестр Большого Театра Союза ССР* , Дирижер Марк Эрмлер* П. Чайковский* - Сописты, Хор Большого Театра СССР* и Оркестр Большого Театра Союза ССР* , Дирижер Марк Эрмлер* - Евгений Онегин = Eugene Onegin ‎(3xLP, RP + Box) Мелодия С10—12767-72 USSR 1987
MEL CD 10 02418 Pyotr Tchaikovsky* Eugene Onegin (Lyric Scene In 3 Acts, 7 Scenes) ‎(2xCD, Album, RE) Мелодия MEL CD 10 02418 Russia 2017
C 10-12768 Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Tatiana Tugarinova, Tamara Milashkina, Tamara Sinjawskaja, Лариса Авдеева, Yuri Mazurok, Vladimir Atlantov, Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Tatiana Tugarinova, Tamara Milashkina, Tamara Sinjawskaja, Лариса Авдеева, Yuri Mazurok, Vladimir Atlantov, Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra - Anyegin ‎(3xLP, Album) Мелодия C 10-12768 USSR Unknown

Eugene Onegin (Russian: Евгений Онегин, Yevgény Onégin), Op. 24, is an opera ("lyrical scenes") in 3 acts (7 scenes), composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. The libretto, organised by the composer himself, very closely follows certain passages in Alexander Pushkin's novel in verse, retaining much of his poetry

Eugene Onegin, Op. The libretto, organised by the composer himself, very closely follows certain passages in Alexander Pushkin's novel in verse, retaining much of his poetry

Complete your Tchaikovsky collection. But Where Has Tania Got To?" 2:34. Act One, Scene 2 (Tatiana's Room).

Lyric Opera presents Tchaikovsky's Eugene Onegin (Teaser). Intensely passionate drama set to some of opera’s most sweeping, soulful, and heartstoppingly beautiful music - that is Eugene Onegin. Tatiana is a lovesick country girl, and Onegin is the sophisticated young man who callously spurns her love before realizing, too late, what a mistake he’s made. by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. Recording by Deutsche Grammophon - Allen, Freni, von Otter, Shicoff, cond.

Eugene Onegin, Op. 24, (Russian: Yevgény Onégin) is an opera ("lyrical scenes") in 3 acts (7 scenes), by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. The libretto was written by Konstantin Shilovsky and the composer and his brother Modest, and is based on the novel in verse by Alexander Pushkin. Eugene Onegin is a well-known example of lyric opera; the libretto very closely follows Pushkin's original, retaining much of his poetry, to which Tchaikovsky adds music of a dramatic nature.

Eugene Onegin is a well-known example of lyric opera, to which Tchaikovsky added music of a dramatic nature. The story concerns a selfish hero who lives to regret his blasé rejection of a young woman’s love and his careless incitement of a fatal duel with his best friend. The opera was first performed in Moscow in 1879. There are several recordings of it, and it is regularly performed. The work’s title refers to the protagonist. 24, is an opera ( lyrical scenes ) in 3 acts (7 scenes), composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. The libretto, organised by the composer and Konstantin Shilovsky, very closely follows certain passages in Alexander Pushkin’s novel in verse, retaining much of his poetry.

First performed in Moscow in 1879, Eugene Onegin is an opera in three acts drawing its inspiration from Alexander Pushkin's novel. Considered by many as the "archetypal work of Russian Romanticism," Tchaikovsky's Eugene Onegin avoids overly theatrical effects for the exploration of the deeper psychology of the main characters, three romantic heroes each with a solitary destiny: Tatiana, a Romanesque young woman, Onegin, a distant dandy hiding emptiness under affected haughtiness, and Lenski, the idealistic poet

Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin is a radiant example of Russian Lyric Opera. A deeply moving tale packed with big tunes, dances and a heart-stopping duel. As with his ballets, Tchaikovsky brings many symphonic elements to the music, plush orchestrations and highly melodic arias. Onegin is a uniquely Russian opera with a universality that has made it globally popular. The work is subdivided into three acts, seven scenes and 22 numbers but despite these clear divisions, Tchaikovsky advances a leitmotif-like structure spanning outward from Tatyana’s Letter Scene, the centrepiece of the opera. This isn’t Wagner by any means but you’ll hear the same recurring themes throughout, ever shifting towards the final climactic duet. You called him what? When Eugene Onegin first travelled the world it did so largely in translation.

Lyric opera in three acts. Performed in Russian (the performance will have synchronised English and Russian supertitles). Scene 7. The Meeting A final encounter between Onegin and Tatiana: Onegin’s words are full of repentance. Begging for reciprocation he tries to wrest a declaration of love from her. But Tatiana is firm in her decision to stay with her husband.

Eugene Onegin lyric scenes in three acts music by Pyotr Tchaikovsky. Libretto by Pyotr Tchaikovsky and Konstantin Shilovsky after the novel in verse by Alexander Pushkin. Stage Director: Andriy Zholdak Musical Director of the production: Mikhail Tatarnikov Set Designers: Monika Pormale, Andriy Zholdak Costumes: MAREUNROL’S (Rolands Peterkops and Marite Mastina-Peterkopa) Light: AJ Weissbard Artistic Director and Principal Conductor of the Chorus: Vladimir Stolpovskikh Principal Pianist: Alexander Pakuev Music Dramaturgy Consultant: Dmitry Renansky Assistant to Stage Director: Yulia Prokhorova.

Umrdana
P.I.Tschaikowski's opera Eugen Onegin barcode M 10-09377-82 Question is it possible that the original recording in 1948.But printed on vinyl in 1987. karka5656
Jaiarton
?sopisti?? сописты?perhaps it should be: solisti (солисты)in English: soloists thus:soloists, chorus, and orchestra
Mmsa
My second box has an other picture on the front cover
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