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The Tale of Igor's Campaign

The Tale of Igor's Campaign

The Tale of Igor's Campaign is an anonymous masterpiece of East Slavic literature written in the Old East Slavic language and tentatively dated to the end of 12th century. It is also occasionally translated as The Song of Igor's Campaign, The Lay of Igor's Campaign, and The Lay of the Host of Igor. The originality of the book was disputed, though today prevailing opinion is that the book is authentic. The Tale of Igor's Campaign was adapted by Alexander Borodin into one of the great classics of Russian opera. Entitled Prince Igor, it was first performed in 1890.


Guinea Bissau, 2012, Operas and Composers

Hungary, 1967, Prince Igor (Borodin)

USSR, 1957, The Tale of Igor's Campaign

USSR, 1975, The Tale of Igor's Campaign

USSR, 1985, Scenes from The Tale of Igor's Campaign

USSR, 1985.09.04, Moskow. 800th Anniv of The Tale of Igor's Campaign

Russia, 2000, The Tale of Igor's Campaign

Ukraine, 2005, Yury Gulyaev in Prince Igor

USSR, 1984, The Tale of Igor's Campaign

USSR, 1987, The Tale of Igor's Campaign

Belarus, 2004, Larisa Aleksandrovskaja as Yaroslavna

Russia, 2008, Borodin, Prince Igor

USSR, 1984, Yaroslavl, The Tale of Igor's Campaign

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