"Ivan Susanin" was the Soviet era name for which of Mikhail Glinka's numerous works?

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Answer: "A Life for the Tsar"
More information: Originally entitled "Ivan Susanin", Mikhail Glinka renamed the first of his two most-famous operas to "A Life for the Tsar" (1836) as a show of favor to Emperor Nicholas I who monitored the work while it was in progress and is said to have actually suggested the name change.


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