Alone (Russian: Одна, translit. Odna, meaning "Alone"), is a Soviet film released in 1931. It was written and directed by Leonid Trauberg and Grigori Kozintsev. It was originally planned as a silent film, but it was eventually released with a soundtrack comprising sound effects, some dialogue (recorded after the filming) and a full orchestral score by Dmitri Shostakovich. The film, about a young teacher sent to work in Siberia, is in a realist mode and addresses three political topics then current: education, technology, and the elimination of the kulaks.
|Librettist||(Music to the film "Alone" directed by Leonid Trauberg and Grigori Kozintsev)|
|Date of composition||1931 (1930-1931)|
Chorus/Choir - Mixed Chorus ;
Dmitri Chostakovitch: Alone, Op. 26
Dmitrij Šostakovič: Alone, Op. 26
Dmitri Dmitrijewitsch Schostakowitsch: Alone, Op. 26