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The Demon (Russian: Демон) is an opera in three acts (six scenes) by Russian composer Anton Rubinstein. The work was composed in 1871. The libretto was by Pavel Viskovatov, based on the poem of the same name by Mikhail Lermontov.
Lermontov's poem was banned as sacrilegious until 1860. Its popularity and its lurid story made it an excellent candidate for an opera libretto, and Rubinstein himself worked out the scenario from which Viskovatov produced the final text.The opera was premiered at the Mariinsky Theatre, St. Petersburg, on 25 January  1875, conducted by Eduard Nápravník. The stage design was by Mikhayil Bocharov, Matvey Shishkov, and Lagorio. The Moscow premiere was in 1879 at the Bolshoi Theatre, conducted by Enrico Bevignani
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Roles in Demon de

Prince Gudal Bass
Tamara Soprano
Tamara's Nurse Contralto
Prince Sinodal Tenor
Sinodal's servant Bass
Courier Tenor
Demon Bass-Baritone
Angel Contralto

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Type: Voice: Language: German