ⓘ Prince Igor (1969 film)


ⓘ Prince Igor (1969 film)

Prince Igor is a screen version of the eponymous opera by Alexander Borodin based on the epic poem "The Lay of Igors Host". The film was directed by Roman Tikhomirov, and shot at the Lenfilm Studios in 1969.


1. Reception

The New York Times noted that although "as a movie," Prince Igor” naturally is not standard screen fare", "it entertainingly succeeds in avoiding the static, stagy look of many previously filmed operas."

The singing and the dancing were also praised. Harlow Robinson in the Opera Quarterly: "The vocal cast contains two real stars - Nesterenko Khan Konchak and Milashkina Yaroslavna - both of whom turn in soulful, resonant performances that shine through the less than ideal sound quality. That same high performance level is maintained by the rest of the cast.

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