Alexander Sergeyevich Dargomyzhsky (Russian: Александр Сергеевич Даргомыжский) (February 14, 1813 – January 17, 1869) was a 19th century Russian composer.
He bridged the gap in Russian opera composition between Mikhail Glinka and the later generation of The Five and Tchaikovsky.
Dargomyzhsky was educated in St. Petersburg. He was already known as a talented musical amateur when in 1833 he met Glinka and was…
|1||Yunosha i deva (The Youth and the Maiden)||5 listeners|
|2||Act III: Recitative: Ach immer weint sie nur, die Arne tut mir leid (Olga, Furstin, Jager)||3 listeners|
|3||Ne sprashivay, zachem (Do not ask why)||2 listeners|
|4||Sleza (A Tear)||2 listeners|
|5||Act II: Zigeunertanz||2 listeners|
|6||Act I: Aria: Ach, so seid ihr nun, alle jungen Madchen (Mullers)||1 listener|
|7||Rusalka, Op. 4: Rusalka, Act III: Nevol'no k etim grustnyim beregam (Unwittingly, I'm drawn to these sad shores)||1 listener|
|8||Rusalka, Act I: Ah! You young girls are all the same (Okh, toto vse vi devky molodiye)||1 listener|
|10||Rusalka, Act II: Gypsy Dance||1 listener|