Ivan Tsarevich

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Ivan Tsarevich (Ива́н Царе́вич or Иван-царевич) is one of the main heroes of Russian folklore, usually a protagonist, often engaged in a struggle with Koschei.wikipedia
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Koschei

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Ivan Tsarevich (Ива́н Царе́вич or Иван-царевич) is one of the main heroes of Russian folklore, usually a protagonist, often engaged in a struggle with Koschei.
In Marya Morevna, also known as "The Death of Koschei the Deathless", Ivan Tsarevitch encounters Koschei chained in his wife's (Marya Morevna's) dungeon.

Ivan the Fool

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Along with Ivan the Fool, Ivan Tsarevich is a placeholder name rather than a certain character.

Tsarevitch Ivan, the Firebird and the Gray Wolf

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Different legends describe Ivan as having various wives, including Yelena the Beautiful, Vasilisa the Wise and Marya Morevna. Tales about Ivan Tsarevich include "Ivan Tsarevich and the Grey Wolf", "Tsarevna the Frog", "The Sea Tsar and Vasilisa the Wise", "The Tale about Rejuvenating Apples and the Life Water", and "The Death of Koschei the Immortal (also known as "Marya Morevna")."
Finally Ivan Tsarevich, the youngest son, asked to try; his father was reluctant because of his youth but consented.

The Firebird

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In another famous tale, part of which was also used by Stravinsky in The Firebird, Ivan Tsarevich married a warrior princess, Maria Morevna, who was kidnapped by the immortal being called Koschei the Deathless.
The ballet centers on the journey of its hero, Prince Ivan.

The Death of Koschei the Deathless

Marya MorevnaMaria MorevnaThe Death of Koschei the Immortal
Different legends describe Ivan as having various wives, including Yelena the Beautiful, Vasilisa the Wise and Marya Morevna. Tales about Ivan Tsarevich include "Ivan Tsarevich and the Grey Wolf", "Tsarevna the Frog", "The Sea Tsar and Vasilisa the Wise", "The Tale about Rejuvenating Apples and the Life Water", and "The Death of Koschei the Immortal (also known as "Marya Morevna")."
Ivan Tsarevitch had three sisters, the first was Princess Marya, the second was Princess Olga, the third was Princess Anna.

Folklore of Russia

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Ivan Tsarevich (Ива́н Царе́вич or Иван-царевич) is one of the main heroes of Russian folklore, usually a protagonist, often engaged in a struggle with Koschei.

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Along with Ivan the Fool, Ivan Tsarevich is a placeholder name rather than a certain character.

Tsarevich

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Tsarevich is a title given to the sons of tsars.

Tsar

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Tsarevich is a title given to the sons of tsars.

The Frog Princess

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Different legends describe Ivan as having various wives, including Yelena the Beautiful, Vasilisa the Wise and Marya Morevna. Tales about Ivan Tsarevich include "Ivan Tsarevich and the Grey Wolf", "Tsarevna the Frog", "The Sea Tsar and Vasilisa the Wise", "The Tale about Rejuvenating Apples and the Life Water", and "The Death of Koschei the Immortal (also known as "Marya Morevna")."

Sword Kladenets

KladenetsSword of Everslaying
Ivan is sometimes depicted with magic abilities and has the Sword Kladenets.

Russian Fairy Tales

Narodnye russkie skazkiThe Sea King and Vasilisa the WisePopular Russian Tales
Tales about Ivan Tsarevich include "Ivan Tsarevich and the Grey Wolf", "Tsarevna the Frog", "The Sea Tsar and Vasilisa the Wise", "The Tale about Rejuvenating Apples and the Life Water", and "The Death of Koschei the Immortal (also known as "Marya Morevna")."

The Bold Knight, the Apples of Youth, and the Water of Life

The Tale about Rejuvenating Apples and the Life Water
Tales about Ivan Tsarevich include "Ivan Tsarevich and the Grey Wolf", "Tsarevna the Frog", "The Sea Tsar and Vasilisa the Wise", "The Tale about Rejuvenating Apples and the Life Water", and "The Death of Koschei the Immortal (also known as "Marya Morevna")."

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Kashchey Bessmertnyi (album)

Kashchey BessmertnyiKashchey The Immortal
The album is an interpretation of traditional Russian fairy-tale about Ivan Tsarevich rescuing The Frog Princess from Kashchey the Immortal.