Opera List of Modest Mussorgsky Operas

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List of popular Modest Mussorgsky operas, listed alphabetically with photos when available. This Modest Mussorgsky operas list includes the names of all Modest Mussorgsky operas, so if you're an opera lover you might recognize many of these historic operas. This famous Modest Mussorgsky operas list contains various bits of information, such as what language they were composed in and what genre the popular Modest Mussorgsky opera falls under. There are a lot of well-known Modest Mussorgsky operas out there so this list is a great way to learn about the ones you haven't heard of before.

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Boris Godunov is an opera by Modest Mussorgsky. The work was composed between 1868 and 1873 in Saint Petersburg, Russia. It is Mussorgsky's only completed opera and is considered his ...more

Khovanshchina is an opera in five acts by Modest Mussorgsky. Khovanskygate, the name given to a 2014 production in Birmingham, UK, is a modern equivalent. The work was written between 1872 and ...more

Mlada was a project conceived in 1870 by Stepan Gedeonov, director of the Saint Petersburg Imperial Theatres, originally envisioned as a ballet to be composed by Alexander Serov with ...more

Salammbô is an unfinished opera in 4 acts by Modest Mussorgsky. The fragmentary Russian language libretto was written by the composer, and is based on the novel Salammbô by Gustave ...more

The Fair at Sorochyntsi is a comic opera in three acts by Modest Mussorgsky, composed between 1874 and 1880 in St. Petersburg, Russia. The composer wrote the libretto, which is based on Nikolai ...more

Zhenitba is an unfinished opera begun in 1868 by Modest Mussorgsky to his own libretto based on Nikolai Gogol's comedy Marriage. This 1842 play is a satire of courtship and cowardice, which ...more