Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: Eugene Onegin (Vocal Score)

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: Eugene Onegin (Vocal Score)


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Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: Opera (OPERA)
Composer: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Catalogue #: GS33737
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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 day Lenski 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 a duel 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 and pleads with her to come with him but Tatyana, though confessing she still loves him, refuses him – she is married. Eugene is left alone and heartbroken.

This is the Schirmer edition of the Vocal Score, in an English translation by Henry Reese.



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Eugene Onegin

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Customer Rating As an opera repetiteur I use Schirmer scores regularly--My problem is I always have to break the back of the score in order to play and keep the score flat so my scores look wrecked at the end of each production--on the plus side the music is compact as some scores you can end up with one bar per page !-Slightly disappointed that with this score there are no instrumental cues marked up as in previous ones
Linda

Customer Rating Good score but I was incredibly disappointed that there was no Russian text.
Anon.


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Format: Vocal Score
Length: 276 pages
Language: English
Publisher: G. Schirmer

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