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Polovetskie plyaski from the Russian "Polovtsy"—the name given to the Kipchaks and Cumans by Действие Четвертое - Alexander Borodin - Князь Игорь Rus' people form Действие Четвертое - Alexander Borodin - Князь Игорь exotic scene at the end of act 2 of Alexander Borodin 's opera Prince Igor. The work remained unfinished when the composer died inalthough he had worked on it for more than a decade. Several other versions, or "completions", of the opera have been made.
The dances are performed with chorus and last between 11 and 14 minutes. They occur in act 1 or act 2, depending Fala, - Phrase Infinitiva - Duas Portas Para Uma Sala which version of the opera is being used.
Their music is popular and often given in concert as an orchestral showpiece. At such performances the choral parts are often omitted. The opera also has a "Polovtsian March" which opens Действие Четвертое - Alexander Borodin - Князь Игорь 3, and an overture at the start.
The first dance, which uses no chorus and is sometimes omitted in concerts, is No. The dances proper appear at the end of the act as an uninterrupted single number in several contrasting sections, as in the following list. Basic themes are identified by letters in brackets e. Notable instrumental solos include those for clarinet in No. Nevolnitsy: Uletay na krylyakh vetra Ty v kraj rodnoy, rodnaya pesnya nasha, Tuda, gde my tebya svobodno peli, Gde bylo tak privolno nam s tobyu.
Tam, pod znoynym nebom, Negoy vozdukh polon, Tam pod govor morya Dremlut gory v oblakakh; Tam tak yarko solntse svetit, Rodnyye gory svetom zalivaya, V dolinakh pyshno rozy rastsvetayut, I solovyi poyut v lesakh zelyonykh, I sladkiy vinograd rastyot. Tam tebe privolney, pesnya, Ty tuda i uletay. Polovtsy Poyte pesni slavy khanu! Slav'te silu, dochest' khana! Slaven khan! Slaven on, khan nash! Bleskom slavy Solntsu raven khan! Nyetu ravnykh slavoy khanu!
Chagi khana slavyat khana. Khana svoyego. Slavewomen: Fly on the wings of the wind To our native land, dear song of ours, There, where we have sung you at liberty, Where we felt so free in singing you.
There, under the hot Am I Blue - Walter Gates And His Orchestra* - My Man, The air is full of bliss, There to the sound of the sea The mountains doze in the clouds; There the sun shines so brightly, Down In The Seine - The Style Council - Internationalists the native mountains in light, Splendid roses blossom in the valleys, And nightingales sing in the green forests.
And sweet grapes grow. Praise the power and valor of the Khan! Praise the glorious Khan! He is glorious, our Khan! In the brilliance of his glory, The Khan is equal to the sun! There is none equal to the Khan in glory, none!
The Khan female slaves praise the Khan, Their Khan! Oh, tell me, friend, Tell me just one word: If you want to, I will give you anyone of them. Polovtsians Sing songs of praise to the Khan! Praised be his generosity, praised be his mercy! Praise him! To his enemies the Khan is merciless He, our Khan! Who may equal the Khan in glory, who? In the brilliance of his glory, He is equal to the sun!
Our Khan, Khan Konchak, is equal In glory to his forefathers! The terrible Khan Konchak is equal In glory to his forefathers! Glorious is our Khan Konchak! Glory, glory! The grim Khan Konchak is equal In glory to his forefathers! Glory, glory to Khan Konchak! Khan Konchak! With your dancing entertain the Khan, Dance to entertain the Khan, slaves! Your Khan! Dance to entertain the Khan, slaves! With your dancing entertain the Khan!
Entertain with dancing! Our Khan Konchak! The premiere took place on 18 May The choreography was by Michel Fokine and the sets and costumes were designed by Nicholas Roerich. In later seasons, without singers, the work was given as The Polovtsian Dances. For the season, it was partly re-choreographed by Bronislava Nijinska. Themes from the Polovtsian Dances have been used widely in popular culture. The musical Kismet is mostly adapted from Borodin's music, including these dances.
For instance, the "Gliding Dance of the Maidens" from Polovtsian Dances is adapted to Stranger in Paradise songwhich has been performed and referenced extensively see the corresponding article. Themes have been adapted into various genres of popular music and performed by many singers and groups. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article needs additional citations for verification.
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