3Recitative and cavatina of Vladimir Igoryevich: Slowly did the day grow dim
4Duet: Is that You, my Vladimir?
5Prince Igor's Aria: No sleep, no rest for my tormented soul
6Scene of Prince Igor and Ovlur: Allow me, Prince, to say a word
7Konchak's Aria: Are You in good health, Prince?
8Recitative: Hey! Bring along the slaves!
9Polovtsian dance with chorus: Fly on the wings of the wind
10Recitative: Prince, hurry and make ready for the journey
12Recitative of Yaroslavna and duet with Prince Igor: What Devastation around me
13Final chorus: A toast to the health of our Prince
ALEXANDER BORODIN (1833-1887) PRINCE IGOR Highlights
Libretto by the composer Chorus and Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow Conductor Mark Ermler Complete edition by Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov and Alexander Glazunov (1890)
Igor Svyatoslavich – Ivan Petrov Yaroslavna – Tatyana Tugarinova Vladimir Igorevich – Vladimir Atlantov Vladimir Yaroslavich Prince Galitsky – Artur Eisen Konchak – Alexander Vedernikov Konchakovna – Yelena Obraztsova Ovlur – Alexander Laptev Skula – Valery Yaroslavtsev Yeroshka – Konstantin Baskov Nanny of Yaroslavna – Irina Terpilovskaya Polovtsian Maid – Margarita Miglau