Sergei Prokofiev in Los Angeles - 13 December, 1921, at night
from Sergey Prokofiev diaries: 13 January 1921, page 578:
The evening, or rather night, passed very pleasantly, everyone getting merry with drink and I danced with Baranovskaya. At midnight all the lights were doused, we shouted 'hurrah' and someone sang 'God Save the Tsar' and then immediately the Marseillaise. We agreed on 'Slavsya!' from A Life for the Tsar, which I predicted would be the future Russian National Anthem*, and which Ariadna and I there and then played on the piano four-hands.
http://data.open.ac.uk/led/person/Sergey+Prokofiev/1450307447086, Sergey Prokofiev diaries: 13 January 1921, p. 578. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1454533409799 accessed: 23 May, 2022
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written by Mikail Ivanovich Glinka
|performed by Ariadna Rumanova (née Nikolskaya), Sergei Prokofiev|
|God Save the Tsar|
|Date/Time||13 December, 1921, at night|
|Listening Environment||in the company of others, in private, indoors|
* S.P. was incorrect in this - 'Slavsya!' never became recognised as the Russian National Anthem after the revolution. Gathering at Alla Nazimova's house to celebrate the Russian New Year (by the Orthodox calendar).