Mussorgsky, Modest

Modest Petrovich Mussorgsky (1839-1881). A cosmopolitan dandy, confirmed alcoholic, and member of the renowned “Mighty Five,” Modest Mussorgsky left behind a large number of unfinished works (including the instrumental piece Night on Bald Mountain) that were later completed by his associates. His popular reputation rests mainly on the opera Boris Godunov and the piano suite Pictures at an Exhibition (which was arranged for orchestra by Maurice Ravel in 1922).

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  • Boris Godunov. Opera. Vocal Score. Modest Mussorgsky

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  • Khovanshchina. Opera. Vocal Score. Modest Mussorgsky.

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