Khovanshchina part 03



 Shalyapin Dosifey  Khovanshchina Act 3 Korovin 1911  Zbruyeva Marfa 1911

Note: Shalyapin Dosifey // Khovanshchina Act 3 Korovin 1911 // Zbruyeva Marfa 1911

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Principal arias and numbers

Scene 1 Red Square

Introduction: "Dawn on the Moscow River", Вступление: «Рассвет на Москве-реке» (Orchestra)
Chorus: "Make a wide path for the White Swan", «Белому лебедю путь просторен» (Streltsï, People)
Chorus: "Glory to the White Swan", «Слава лебедю» (People)

Scene 2 Golitsïn's Study

Aria: Marfa's Divination "Mysterious powers", Гадания Марфы «Силы потайные» (Marfa, Golitsïn)

Scene 3 Streltsï Quarter

Song: "A maiden wandered", «Исходила младёшенька» (Marfa)
Aria: "The Streltsy nest sleeps", «Спит стрелецкое гнездо» (Shaklovitïy)

Scene 4 Khovansky's Palace

Ballet: "Dance of the Persian Slaves", «Пляски персидок» (Orchestra)
Chorus: "A young swan swims", «Плывет, плывет лебедушка» (Maidens, Shaklovitïy, Ivan Khovansky)

Scene 5 Red Square

Introduction "The Departure of Golitsïn", Вступление «Поезд Голицына» (Orchestra, Chorus)
Chorus: "Show them no mercy", «Не дай пощады» (Streltsï Wives, Streltsï, Andrey Khovansky, Marfa)
March: "March of the Preobrazhensky Regiment", «Марш преображенцев» (Orchestra)

Scene 6 Hermitage

Aria: "Here, in this holy place", «Здесь, на этом месте» (Dosifey)

Recordings

Year Cast:
(Ivan Khovansky,
Andrey Khovansky,
Vasiliy Golitsïn,
Shaklovitïy,
Dosifey,
Marfa)
Conductor and Orchestra Version Label
1946 Boris Freidkov,
Ivan Nechayev,
Vladimir Ulyanov,
Ivan Chachkov,
Mark Reyzen,
Sofiya Preobrazhenskaya
Boris Khaykin
Kirov Orchestra and Chorus
Rimsky-Korsakov 1882 LP: Melodiya,
Cat: D 011 089/94;
CD: Naxos,
Cat: 8.111124-26
1951 Aleksey Krivchenya,
Aleksey Bolshakov,
Nikandr Khanayev,
Aleksey Ivanov,
Mark Reyzen,
Mariya Maksakova
Vasiliy Nebolsin
Bolshoy Theatre Orchestra and Chorus
Rimsky-Korsakov 1882 Melodiya
Cat: D 1712-19;
Dante
Cat: LYS 504-506
1954 Nikola Cvejić,
Aleksandar Marinković,
Drago Starc,
Dušan Popović,
Miroslav Čangalović,
Mila Bugarinović
Krešimir Baranović
Belgrade National Opera Orchestra and Chorus
Rimsky-Korsakov 1882 Decca
Cat: LXT 5045-5048
1971 Dimitar Petkov,
Ljubomir Bodurov,
Lyuben Mikhailov,
Stoyan Popov,
Nikola Gyuzelev,
Aleksandrina Milcheva
Atanas Margaritov
Sofia National Opera
Svetoslav Obretenov Chorus
Rimsky-Korsakov 1882 Balkanton
Cat: BOA 1439-42;
Capriccio
Cat: 10 789-91
1973 Aleksey Krivchenya,
Vladislav Pyavko,
Aleksey Maslennikov,
Viktor Nechipailo,
Aleksandr Ognivtsev,
Irina Arkhipova
Boris Khaykin
Bolshoy Theatre Orchestra and Chorus
Rimsky-Korsakov 1882 Melodiya
Cat: C 10 05109-16;
Le Chant du Monde
Cat: LDC 278 1024-1026
1986 Nicolai Ghiaurov,
Zdravko Gadjev,
Kaludi Kaludov,
Stoyan Popov,
Nicola Ghiuselev,
Aleksandrina Milcheva
Emil Tchakarov
Sofia National Opera Orchestra and Chorus
Shostakovich 1959 Sony
Cat: S3K 45831
1988 Artur Eizen,
Vladimir Shcherbakov,
Yevgeniy Raikov,
Yuriy Grigoriev,
Yevgeniy Nesterenko,
Yelena Obraztsova
Mark Ermler
Bolshoy Theater Orchestra and Chorus
Rimsky-Korsakov 1882 Melodiya
Cat: A10 00445 006
1989 Aage Haugland,
Vladimir Atlantov,
Vladimir Popov,
Anatoly Kotcherga,
Paata Burchuladze,
Marjana Lipovšek
Claudio Abbado
Orchestra of the Vienna Staatsoper
Slovak Philharmonic Choir
Wiener Sängerknaben
(Recording made at performances at the Vienna State Opera, September)
Shostakovich 1959
(final chorus by Stravinsky 1913)
CD: Deutsche Grammophon,
Cat:429 758-2
1991 Bulat Minzhilkiev,
Vladimir Galuzin,
Aleksey Steblyanko,
Valeriy Alekseyev,
Nikolay Okhotnikov,
Olga Borodina
Valeriy Gergiev
Kirov Orchestra and Chorus
Shostakovich 1959 (without his additions to Acts II and V) CD: Philips,
Cat: 432 147-2
DVD: Immortal,
Cat: IMM 950014

Video Public Media, Inc. has published a performance on video conducted by Claudio Abbado, with Nicolai Ghiaurov as Ivan Khovansky, Anatoly Kotcherga as Shaklovity, Paata Burchuladze as Dosifey, Ludmila Semtschuk as Marfa, and Heinz Zednik as the Scribe (ISBN 0-7800-0051-X). It uses the Shostakovich orchestration, but with a newly composed ending to Act II (based on Marfa's fortune-telling) and Stravinsky's finale to Act V.

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