Aria: Kak pered bogom, tak pered toboy dushi ne posty

Composer: Tchaikovsky Pyotr Ilyich

Opera: The Oprichnik

Role: Andrey Morozov (Tenor)

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O shto mne mat', shto mne otets'. Vakula. Cherevichki. TchaikovskyVot' uzhe gode proshel'. Vakula. Cherevichki. TchaikovskyJa lyublyu vas (Lensky's Arioso). Lensky. Eugene Onegin. TchaikovskyKuda, kuda vï udalilis (Lensky's Aria). Lensky. Eugene Onegin. TchaikovskyKakoi pre krasnïi etot den (Triquet's Song). Monsieur Triquet. Eugene Onegin. TchaikovskyNet chary lask krasy myatezhnoy. Count Vaudémont. Iolanta. TchaikovskyChto nasha zhisnj. Herman. The Queen of Spades. TchaikovskyJa imeni jejo ne znayu (Herman's Arioso). Herman. The Queen of Spades. TchaikovskyProsti, nebesnoye sozdane. Herman. The Queen of Spades. TchaikovskySo rief der Lenz in den Wald. Walter von Stolzing. Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg. Wagner
The Oprichnik or The Guardsman (Russian: Опричник listen (help·info)) is an opera in 4 acts, 5 scenes, by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky to his own libretto after the tragedy The Oprichniks (Russian: Опричники) by Ivan Lazhechnikov (1792–1869). The subject of the opera is the oprichniks. It is set in Ivan the Terrible's court during the oprichnina times (1565–1573).
Tchaikovsky worked on the opera from February 1870 - March 1872. It includes music from his early opera The Voyevoda (1869). The work is dedicated to the Grand Duke Konstantin Nikolayevich Romanov. It was given its premiere performance at the Mariinsky Theatre in St Petersburg on 24 April 1874, followed by the Moscow premiere on 16 May 1874 at the Bolshoi Theatre.
Source: Tchaikovsky Research
Note: The entr'acte to Act II may have been written and scored by Vladimir Shilovsky.[1]
Arrangements by the composer