- Prokofieff [Prokofiev], Serge [Sergei]; Lugovskoi, V.
Alexander Nevsky [Aleksandr Nevskii]: cantata for chorus and orchestra, op. 78 (1938).
Voks, Moscow, 1944, , , , Very Good
Full score, quarto, 11.5 X 8.75 inches. For mezzo-soprano solo, chorus (SATB), and orchestra. Russian and English words. Words by the composer and V. Lugovskoi; developed from the composer's score to the film of the same title. Contents: Russia under the Mongolian yoke; Song about Alexander Nevsky; The crusaders in Pskov; Arise, ye Russian people; The battle on ice; Field of the dead; Alexander's entry in Pskov. Very good, clean and unmarked. "The first performance of the Cantata was given in Moscow May 17, 1939 by the Orchestra and Chorus of the Moscow Philharmonic, under the baton of the composer."