A life for the Tsar an opera in four acts /

In 1613 a lowly peasant gives his life to save the Tsar from the Russian people.

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Corporate Authors: Bolʹshoĭ teatr Rossii. Orkestr.
NVC Arts (Firm)

Kultur International Films.
Other Authors: Rozen, Egor Fedorovich, baron, 1800-1860.
Levashev, E.

Nesterenko, Evgeniĭ.

Meshcheriakova, Marina.

Lomonosov, A.

Zaremba, Elena.

Bezhko, Boris.

Lazarev, Aleksandr.

Levental, Valery.

Woolford, Alan.

Scott, Robin.

Bailey, Derek.

Glinka, M. I. 1804-1857.
Format: Movie DVD
Language:English
Russian
Published:West Long Branch, NJ : Kultur, [2005]
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Uniform Title:Life for the Tsar
Summary:In 1613 a lowly peasant gives his life to save the Tsar from the Russian people.

This tragic tale, set in 1613, concerns a lowly paesant giving his life to save the Tsar from the Russian people.

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Language Notes:Sung in Russian with English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese or Spanish subtitles.
General Notes:Chapter selections in container.
Physical Description:1 videodisc (175 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Credits:Designer, Valery Levental ; lighting director, Alan Woolford ; producer, Robin Scott ; director for television and videogram, Derek Bailey.
Performer:Evgeny Nesterenko (Ivan Susanin) ; Marina Mescheriakova (Antonida) ; Alexander Lomonosov (Sobinin) ; Elena Zaremba (Vanja) ; Boris Bezhko (Polish commander) ; Bolshoi Symphony Orchestra and Chorus ; Alexander Lazarev, conductor.
System Details:DVD, region 1, full screen presentation; Dolby 2.0 ; picture format 4:3 ; region code 1.
Audience:MPAA rating: Not rated.
Production Credits:Designer, Valery Levental ; lighting director, Alan Woolford ; producer, Robin Scott ; director for television and videogram, Derek Bailey.
ISBN:0769778763