Eugene Onegin

Tchaikovsky wrote Eugene Onegin in 1878, using a libretto by Konstantin Shilovsky and himself, based on the epic poem by Pushkin. The composer was first drawn to the project by the famous "letter scene" (Act One, Scene Two), in which Tatyana declares her affections for Onegin. Tchaikovsky provided music for this scene—at least the latter part of it—first and built the rest of the work around it, ultimately producing his most popular opera. If the libretto supplies many opportunities for dramatic scenes, Tchaikovsky's music certainly rises to almost every ... more

This piece contains the following parts:

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ugene Onegin - 1 - Intro & Duet, Quartet, Chorus & Peasants Dance
Eugene Onegin - 2 - Scena & Olga's Arioso, Scena & Quartet
Eugene Onegin - 3 - Scene & Onegins Aria, Closing part 1,2
Eugene Onegin - 4 - Closing part 3,4
Eugene Onegin - 5 - Lensky's Aria, Tatiana & The Nurse, Tatianas Letter
Eugene Onegin - 6 - Polonaise, Scene 20 - Chorus, Gremins Aria
Eugene Onegin - 7 - Duet Tatiana & Nurse
Eugene Onegin - 8 - Maidens Choir, Onegins Aria
Eugene Onegin - 9 - Entracte & Waltz, Chorus
Eugene Onegin - 10 - Scene & Triquets Couplet

Pyotr Il'yich Tchaikovsky

Pyotr Il'yich Tchaikovsky was a Russian composer of the Romantic era. His wide-ranging output includes symphonies, operas, ballets, instrumental, chamber music and ...
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