Spanish words adapted from Peruvian-Quechua poetry collected by José Maria Arguedas also printed as text with English translation. Staff notation. "From the G. Schirmer Rental Library, date of printing 3/13/12"--Cover.
For 2 sopranos, 2 violins, viola, and continuo. Spanish words, also printed as text on p. 8-10. Composed by Francisco Javier García Fajer. Edited from a ms. at the Catedral de La Seo in Zaragoza, Spain (Zac, Fondo D 141/1175). Unfigured bass unrealized. Pref. and critical commentary by the editor in Spanish; includes a comprehensive, annotated list of musicians at the Catedral de La ...
"El primer volumen del Cancionero musical de Gaspar Fernandes reúne las piezas compuestas entre 1609 y 1610. El proyecto continuará con la elaboración del segundo volumen, que comprende poco más de un centenar de piezas de los años 1611 y 1612. El tercero estará dedicado a las obras de 1613 y 1614 y finalmente, el cuarto a las de 1615 y 1616"--P. 15. Polyphonic ...
Consists of selected poems (p. 13-65) by Gorostiza with corresponding musical settings (p. 73-221) by Ramón Mier, chiefly for voice and piano, one accompanied by 2 guitars and one accompanied by violin and piano. The settings omit portions of the poems.
Incidental music for the drama Aben-Humeya by Francisco Villaespesa, consisting of 3 titles: Danza Árabe, for uncertain instrumental medium, presented on 2 staves for keyboard; and, Villancico and Trova, both for voice and piano. Included are transcriptions from the printed editions of the versions of 1913 and 1914 and reproductions of the original manuscripts of these versions. Spanish words, also printed separately as text. ...
Songs for 1-4 voices. Transcribed from mss. in the Library of the Hispanic Society of America. Chiefly unfigured bass acc., in part with figured bass, unrealized. Spanish words, also printed as text. Commentary in Spanish. Includes bibliographical references and discography.
Caption title. For 2 unspecified voices, 2 violins and continue. Edited from Santa Clara Ms.4, p.66; incomplete manuscript finished by Juan Bautista Sancho. Spanish words; English translation in preface.
Solo cantatas; for contralto with continuo (1st, 3rd works), treble voice with continuo (2nd, 4th works), tenor with continuo (5th work), and treble voice with violoncello, baxo, and continuo (6th work). Spanish words, also printed separately as text. Figured bass not realized. Includes bibliographical references. Pref., biographical notes, and critical commentary in Spanish, Catalan and English.
For 3-part treble chorus (SSA) with piano and percussion acc. Spanish words also printed as text with English translation. Includes biographical note. Includes percussion part bound in score. Brief record.
Words in Spanish; printed also as text. Melodies with chord symbols and guitar chord diagrams. Includes biographical and historical information. Includes discographical references (p. 312-313) and indexes.
For soprano and string orchestra with vibraphone ad libitum. Spanish words by Apeles Mestres, also printed as text with English translation. Preface in Spanish and English. Based on the song Elegía eterna by Granados.