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Eugene Onegin

COMPOSER: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
PUBLISHER: G. Schirmer
PRODUCT TYPE: Choral Score
INSTRUMENT GROUP: Mixed Choir
Tchaikovsky wrote Eugene Onegin in 1878, using a libretto by Konstantin Shilovsky based on the epic poem by Pushkin. Flirtatious Olga and shy, bookish Tatyana are sisters, Olga being happily engaged to Lenski. One dayLenski arrives with a friend, Eugene Onegin, and Tatyana is smitten. She writes
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Composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Publisher G. Schirmer
Instrumentation Opera
Product Type Choral Score
Instrument Group Mixed Choir
Style Period Romantic
Year of Publication 1986
Genre Opera / Operette
ISBN 9780793573677
UPC 073999865387
Style Period Romantic
Series G. Schirmer's Collection of Opera Librettos
No. Pages 28
No. HL50340530
Description
Tchaikovsky wrote Eugene Onegin in 1878, using a libretto by Konstantin Shilovsky based on the epic poem by Pushkin. Flirtatious Olga and shy, bookish Tatyana are sisters, Olga being happily engaged to Lenski. One dayLenski arrives with a friend, Eugene Onegin, and Tatyana is smitten. She writes him a letter, but he rudely rebuffs her and she is devastated. At the dance that night he dances with Olga, making Lenski jealous also. They fight aduel in which Lenski is killed. Six years later, Tatyana has become a beauty and married Prince Gremin, unbeknownst to Onegin who has become a wanderer. Onegin enters Gremin’s house for a party, sees Tatyana, falls in love andpleads with her to come with him but Tatyana, though confessing she still loves him, refuses him she is married. Onegin is left alone and heartbroken.
Songlist
  • 1. Eugene Onegin
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