Piano acc. Words also printed as text, with English translation and International Phonetic Alphabet transcription, before each song. Performers on CD accompanying v. 1: Suzanne Rhodes Draayer, soprano; Judy Stafslien, piano. Recorded Dec. 18-23, 2002, at Studio M, Minnesota Public Radio. Editorial, historical, and performance notes in English. Includes bibliographical references. To be complete in 3 v.?--V. 2, p. 187-189.
For 3 voices; 2 trumpets; trombone; alto, tenor, and baritone saxophones; piano; 2 electric guitars; double bass; and Latin American percussion (4 players). The sung words consist of the name of the television program, José Vega PM.
Vocal music by members of the music nationalist Escuela de Santa Capilla from the beginning of the 20th century. For 3-6 voice mixed or mens' choir (SAB, SATB, STB, SATBarB, TBarB, SAATBB), unaccompanied. Includes preface (p. i-xii), short biographies of composers (p. xiii-xvii) and bibliography (p. xvii).
Popular music, chiefly waltzes. Unacc. melodies with guitar chord symbols. Each song introduced by a brief biographical note on the writer/performer, including a port. and the Spanish song lyrics printed as text. Includes bibliographical references (p. 318) and index.
For 4 voices. Vol. 2- : introducción y edición crítica de Mariano Lambea y Lola Josa. Edited from a ms. in the Biblioteca Nacional, Madrid (M. 1262). Includes bibliographical references and indexes. Projected to be complete in 5 v.--V. 3, p. 14. Complete in 6 v. (t.p. verso. v. 4). Originally classed with series, call no. M2.M4845
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. ...
Original source: Villancicos de diversos autores (RISM 155630); may be performed a cappella. Percussion part for hand drum, tamborine, and finger cymbals printed on p. 20-23. Spanish words with English translation.
Zarzuela in one act. Spanish words; also printed separately as text (p. xvii-xxix). "All the extant sources of the work have been used to complete the present edition"--Introd., p. xv. Preface and synopsis in Spanish with English translation. Includes bibliographical references.