NOTES

NOTES
1
Modest Petrovich Musorgsky, Literaturnoe nasledie, ed. Alexandra Orlova and Mikhail Pekelis (henceforth Mus:LN), I (Moscow, 1971), 107.
Musorgsky
107
I
Literaturnoe nasledie
1971
2
Encyclopädie und Methodologie der philologischen Wissenschaften [Leipzig, 1886], p. 170
170
Encyclopädie und Methodologie der philologischen Wissenschaften
1886
E. D. Hirsch, Jr., "Objective Inter- pretation," Publications of the Modern Language Associa- tion 75 [1960], 463
Hirsch
463
75
Publications of the Modern Language Association
1960
The Aims of Interpretation (Chicago, 1976)
The Aims of Interpretation
1976
3
Helmut Kuhn, "The Phenomenological Concept of 'Horizon'," in Philosophical Essays in Memory of Edmund Husserl, ed. Marvin Farber (Cambridge, Mass., 1940).
Kuhn
The Phenomenological Concept of 'Horizon'
Philosophical Essays in Memory of Edmund Husserl
1940
4
Julian Budden, The Operas of Verdi, III (London, 1981), 38.
Budden
38
III
The Operas of Verdi
1981
5
Lamm's article describ- ing his source work: "Vosstanovlenie podlinnogo teksta 'Borisa Godunova'," in Musorgskii: "Boris Godunov," Stat'i i issledovaniia (Moscow, 1930), pp. 13-18
Lamm
Vosstanovlenie podlinnogo teksta 'Borisa Godunova'
13
Musorgskii: "Boris Godunov,"
1930
David Lloyd-Jones (London, 1975)
Edward R. Reilly, The Music of Mus- sorgsky: A Guide to the Editions (New York, 1980)
Reilly
The Music of Mussorgsky: A Guide to the Editions
1980
Boris originally appeared as a "Scorography" [!] in the Musical Newsletter 4 (Fall 1974), 10-17, 23
Boris
Fall
10
4
Musical Newsletter
1974
Oldani's dissertation, New Perspectives on Mussorgsky's "Boris Godunov" (University of Michigan, 1978)
"Edi- tions of Boris Godunov" in Musorgsky: In Memoriam 1881-1981, ed. Malcolm H. Brown (Ann Arbor, 1982), pp. 179-214
Editions of Boris Godunov
179
Musorgsky: In Memoriam 1881-1981
1982
6
ch. 5 of his dissertation, also published as "Boris Go- dunov and the Censor," this journal 2 (1979), 245-5310.2307/3519800
245
7
New Perspectives, p. 143
143
New Perspectives
pp. 143- 46
pp. 233-40
p. 237
8
Maureen Carr, "The Sound of Mussorgsky," Opera News 39/12 (25 January 1975), p. 25
Carr
12
25
39
Opera News
1975
9
"Ge- netic Structuralist Method in the History of Literature," in Marxism and Art, ed. B. Lang and F. Williams [New York, 1972], p. 249
Genetic Structuralist Method in the History of Literature
249
Marxism and Art
1972
10
The Operas of Verdi, III, 156n.
III
The Operas of Verdi
11
Vladimir Vasilievich Stasov, Izbrannye so- chineniia II (Moscow, 1952), 197-98
Stasov
197
II
Izbrannye sochineniia
1952
12
18 April 1871. Mus:LN, I, 122.
13
Mikhail Pekelis, "Musorgskii-pisa- tel'-dramaturg," introductory essay to Mus:LN, II (Mos- cow, 1972), 18-19
Pekelis
18
II
Musorgskii-pisatel'-dramaturg
1972
Alexandra Orlova and Maria Schneer- son, "After Pushkin and Karamzin: Researching the Sources for the Libretto of Boris Godunov," Musorgsky: In Memo- riam, ed. Brown, esp. pp. 253, 267
Orlova
After Pushkin and Karamzin: Researching the Sources for the Libretto of Boris Godunov
253
Memoriam
"The Present in the Past: Russian Opera and Russian Historiography ca. 1870," in Russian and Soviet Music: Essays for Boris Schwarz, ed. Malcolm H. Brown (Ann Arbor, 1984), pp. 77- 143, esp. 121-32
The Present in the Past: Russian Opera and Russian Historiography ca. 1870
77
Russian and Soviet Music: Essays for Boris Schwarz
1984
14
Andrei Rimsky-Korsakov, "'Boris Godunov' M.P. Mu- sorgskogo," Muzykal'nyi sovremennik 5-6 (January-Febru- ary 1917), pp. 108-67.
Rimsky-Korsakov
January
108
5
Muzykal'nyi sovremennik
1917
15
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov's discus- sion of Boris in his Chronicle of My Musical Life, (trans. Ju- dah A. Joffe [London, 1974], p. 110)
Rimsky-Korsakov
110
Boris in his Chronicle of My Musical Life
1974
16
vol. II, p. 23
p. 71
New Grove 12, 871
871
12
New Grove
17
critical notes to his vocal score, p. xxiv-xv (Russian), xxxvi (German)
Lamm, "Vos- stanovlenie podlinnogo teksta 'Borisa Godunova'," p. 21
Lamm
21
Vosstanovlenie podlinnogo teksta 'Borisa Godunova'
18
"'Boris Godunov' M. P. Musorgskogo," p. 117
117
'Boris Godunov' M. P. Musorgskogo
19
Modest Petrowitsch Musorgski (Munich, 1926).
Modest Petrowitsch Musorgski
1926
20
Moussorgsky, trans. Paul Englund [New York, 1929: rpt. 1971]
Moussorgsky
1971
21
Mussorgsky (New York, 1962), p. 166.
166
Mussorgsky
1962
22
Alexandra Orlova, Trudy i dni M. P. Musorgskogo (Moscow, 1963), fac- ing page 288
Orlova
288
Trudy i dni M. P. Musorgskogo
1963
23
"Editorial Method" in the second vol- ume of his edition, pp. 19-21
19
Editorial Method
24
Oldani, "Editions of Boris Godunov," p. 198.
Oldani
198
Editions of Boris Godunov
25
Angel SDLX-3844, Jerzy Semkow, cond.
26
Angel 3633, André Cluytens, cond.
27
"Igor Glebov," "Muzykal'no-dramaturgicheskaia kont- septsiia opery 'Boris Godunov' Musorgskogo," in Boris Asafiev, Izbrannye trudy III (Moscow, 1954), 79.
Asafiev
79
III
Izbrannye trudy
1954
28
Ibid., p. 90.
90
29
Ibid., p. 91.
91
30
"'Boris Godunov' Mu- sorgskogo kak muzykal'nyi spektakl' iz Pushkina," which however remained unpublished until the posthumous (1954) Academy of Sciences collection of Asafiev's works (III, 100-59)
31
Victor Belaiev [sic], Musorgsky's Boris Godunov and its New Version, trans. S. W. Pring (London, 1928)
Belaiev
Musorgsky's Boris Godunov and its New Version
1928
"Dve redaktsii 'Borisa Godunova'," was incorpo- rated in the anthology "Boris Godunov, " Stat'i i issledova- niia, referred to in fn. 5 above
32
Musorgsky's Boris Godunov, p. v
v
K vosstanovleniiu "Borisa Godunova" Musorgskogo
K vosstanovleniiu "Borisa Godunova" Musorgskogo
33
Beliaev, p. 7
34
Ibid., pp. 7-8
35
Mussorgsky, p. 143
143
p. 156
p. 155
36
"Mussorgsky's 'Boris' and Pushkin's," originally pub- lished in Music & Letters 26 (1945)10.2307/727806
Gerald Abraham, Slavonic and Romantic Music (New York, 1968), p. 187
Abraham
187
Slavonic and Romantic Music
1968
37
"The Puzzle of Boris," Opera News 39/12 [25 January 1975], 12
12
12
39
Opera News
1975
38
"Stsena 'pod Kromami' v dramaturgii 'Borisa Go- dunova'," Sovetskaia muzyka 34/3 (March 1970), 90-114
Godunova
3
90
34
Sovetskaia muzyka
1970
39
Russii opernyi teatr XIX veka, III (Leningrad, 1973), 70.
70
III
Russii opernyi teatr XIX veka
1973
40
Ibid.
41
Ibid., p. 71.
71
42
N. Isakhanova, "Put' k sovershenstvu," Sovetskaia mu- zyka 30/7 (July 1966), 60.
Isakhanova
7
60
30
Sovetskaia muzyka
1966
43
The Music of Mussorgsky, pp. 5, 6.
5
The Music of Mussorgsky
44
Ibid., p. 8.
8
45
Ibid., p. 11.
11
46
Ibid.
47
p. 9
48
Reilly, p. 10.
49
Oldani, "Editions of Boris Godunov," pp. 197- 99, or his dissertation, pp. 76-82
Oldani
197
Editions of Boris Godunov
50
Opera and Drama in Russia (Ann Arbor, 1981), ch. 3
ch. 3
Opera and Drama in Russia
1981
51
"The Present in the Past" (cf. fn. 13), pp. 78-80
78
The Present in the Past
52
Goethe's Faust (the first part)
Goethe
Faust
Shakespeare's Hamlet
Shakespeare
Hamlet
Pushkin's Boris Godunov
Pushkin
Boris Godunov
A. N. Serov, Izbrannye stat'i I (Moscow, 1950), 259
Serov
259
I
Izbrannye stat'i
1950
53
fn. 36, above
54
William Ratcliff (1869)
55
Mikhail Druskin, Voprosy muzykal'noi dramatugii opery (Leningrad, 1952), p. 83.
Druskin
83
Voprosy muzykal'noi dramatugii opery
1952
56
Ervin C. Brody, The Demetrius Legend and Its Literary Treatment in the Age of the Ba- roque (Rutherford, N. J., 1972)
Brody
The Demetrius Legend and Its Literary Treatment in the Age of the Baroque
1972
57
"You do not wish destruction to the sinner"(Ty greshniku pogibeli ne khochesh'
"You do not wish the sinner's death"((Ty ne khochesh' smerti greshnika)
58
Abraham, "Mu- sorgsky's 'Boris' and Pushkin's,"
Abraham
Musorgsky's 'Boris' and Pushkin's
fn. 53
59
Ed. Rimsky-Korsakov (St. Petersburg, 1908); ed. Lanmm (Moscow, 1933).
60
Elena Antipova, "Dva varianta 'Zhenit'by'," Sov- etskaia muzyka 28/3 (March 1964), 77-85
Antipova
77
28
Sovetskaia muzyka
1964
61
Nadezhda Purgold's (Rimskaia-Korsakova's) memoir in Jay Leyda and Sergei Bertensson, The Musorgsky Reader (New York, 1947), p. 124
Purgold
124
The Musorgsky Reader
1947
62
Joseph Kerman, "Verdi's Use of Recurring Themes," Studies in Music History for Oliver Strunk, ed. Harold Powers (Princeton, 1968), pp. 495-510
Kerman
Verdi's Use of Recurring Themes
495
Studies in Music History for Oliver Strunk
1968
Kerman's rendering of Erinnerungmotive
63
Musorgsky, Polnoe sobranie sochinenii, ed. Lamm, vol. IV, no. 1 (Kalmus reprint, vol. XIX), pp. 172ff.
Musorgsky
172
IV
Polnoe sobranie sochinenii
64
" 'Boris Godunov' M. P. Musorgskogo," pp. 141-49.
141
'Boris Godunov' M. P. Musorgskogo
65
Ibid., pp. 148-49.
148
66
Lamm vocal score, pp. 20, 329
20
Lamm vocal score
67
Lamm vocal score, pp. 3, 12, 29 (Novodevichy); pp. 106-07, etc. (The Inn); p. 306 (St. Basil's)
3
Lamm vocal score
The Stone Guest
The Stone Guest
68
Lamm vocal score, pp. 128, 136 (Terem Scene), 359 (Death Scene)
128
Lamm vocal score
69
Polnoe sobranie sochinenii, IV/1 (Kalmus: XIX), pp. 111, 115-17, 121, 125, 136-37.
111
IV
Polnoe sobranie sochinenii
70
Lamm, pp. 132-33.
132
71
Polnoe sobranie sochinenii, IV/1, 193.
1
193
IV
Polnoe sobranie sochinenii
72
Lamm vocal score, p. 154, figs. 63-65
154
Lamm vocal score
New Perspectives, p. 248
248
New Perspectives
p. 287
73
Lamm pp. 44, 131-32, 323
44
"Boris's Anxiety" (New Perspec- tives, p. 247)
247
Boris's Anxiety
74
Lamm, pp. 155-56 (Terem Scepe), 343-45 (Death Scene).
155
75
Lamm, pp. 131, 346, 356.
131
76
New Perspectives, p. 252.
252
New Perspectives
77
Lamm, p. 147, fig. 50; p. 148, fig. 52; p. 151, fig. 56.
147
78
The Music of Mussorgsky, p. 8.
8
The Music of Mussorgsky
79
Ibid., p. 6
6
Gozepud, Russkii opernyi teatr XIX veka, III, 71
Gozepud
71
XIX
Russkii opernyi teatr
80
Lamm's vocal score, p. xvii (Russian), xviii (German)
xvii
Lamm's vocal score
81
Stasov, Izbrannye sochineniia, II, 200
Stasov
200
II
Izbrannye sochineniia
82
Trudy i dni, p. 168
168
Trudyi dni
83
fn. 16
84
V.V. Stasov, Pis'ma k rodnym, vol. I, part 2 (Moscow, 1954), p. 46.
Stasov
46
I
Pis'ma k rodnym
1954
85
Orlova, Trudy i dni, pp. 166-67
Orlova
166
Trudy i dni
86
Letters of Alexander Pushkin, ed. and trans. J. Thomas Shaw, (Madison, 1969), p. 365.
Shaw
365
Letters of Alexander Pushkin
1969
87
Moussorgsky, pp. 143-44.
143
Moussorgsky
88
The Music of Mussorgsky, pp. 6-8.
6
The Music of Mussorgsky
89
Asafiev, Izbrannye trudy, III, 91
Asafiev
91
III
Izbrannye trudy
p. 82
90
Nikolai Karamzin, Istoriia gosudarstva rossiiskogo (St. Petersburg, 1892), IX, 273.
Karamzin
273
IX
Istoriia gosudarstva rossiiskogo
1892
91
Karamzin, XI, 56.
56
92
Karamzin, XI, 55.
55
93
Alfred Hayes (The Poems Prose and Plays of Alexander Pushkin, ed. Avrahm Yarmolinsky, [New York, 1936], p. 370
Hayes
370
The Poems Prose and Plays of Alexander Pushkin
1936
94
The Poems, Prose and Plays of Alexander Pushkin, p. 353 ("No esli v nei edinoe piatno...").
353
The Poems, Prose and Plays of Alexander Pushkin
95
Ibid., p. 391.
391
96
Asafiev, Izbrannye trudy, III, 90.
Asafiev
90
III
Izbrannye trudy
97
The Poems, Prose and Plays of Alexander Pushkin, p. 352.
352
The Poems, Prose and Plays of Alexander Pushkin
98
J. P. Smith and N. Anderson (Angel Records SDLX-3844)
99
"The Present in the Past," pp. 121-32
121
The Present in the Past
100
Brody, The Demetrius Legend, pp. 241-42.
Brody
241
The Demetrius Legend
101
Piotr Andreevich Viazemsky, 7 November 1825 (Let- ters of Alexander Pushkin, p. 261).
Viazemsky
261
Letters of Alexander Pushkin
1825
102
Asafiev, Izbrannye trudy, III, 80.
Asafiev
80
III
Izbrannye trudy
103
Ibid., p. 91.
91
104
Mus:LN, I, 143
143
I
Mus:LN
"Handel, Shake- speare and Musorgsky: The Sources and Limits of Russian Musical Realism," in Studies in the History of Music, I (New York, 1983), pp. 247-68
Handel, Shakespeare and Musorgsky: The Sources and Limits of Russian Musical Realism
247
I
Studies in the History of Music
1983
105
Mus:LN, II, 57-123
57
II
Mus:LN
Stasov (Izbrannye sochineniia, II, 199fn)
Stasov
199
II
Izbrannye sochineniia
Opera and Drama in Russia, pp. 110, 120
110
Opera and Drama in Russia
106
Mus:LN, II, 103-4
103
II
Mus:LN
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