Eighteenth century Bolivian vocal music for 1-5 voices with accompaniment of continuo or strings and continuo. Unrealized figured bass. Edited from manuscripts in the Archivo Nacional de Bolivia in Sucre. Spanish words, also printed separately as texts in the preliminary study. Includes bibliographical references (p. 139-142). Library of Congress copy inscribed by Sarfson.
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.
Sound recording originally issued 1994; music originally published 1995. "Revisada musicalmente por el autor"--P.  of cover. Accompanying sound recording contains 7 songs and 1 monologue with instrumental accompaniment. Works 1-5, 7-8: unacc. songs for alto voice; work 6: narration with solo flute. Text of additional verses printed as text on facing pages.
Sacred vocal music, with instrumental acc.; includes parts for 2 violins, oboe (Credidi propter and Fabordones), trumpet (Credidi propter and Salve Regina in B-flat major), basso ripieno, and basso continuo; figured bass unrealized. Spanish and Latin words, the Spanish also printed as texts with English translations on p. xxi-xxvi. Edited from ms. parts at the Archivo Histórico de la Arquidiócesis de Durango, Mexico. Includes ...
For solo voice and 2 part chorus with orchestra consisting of instruments indigenous to the Andean region (3 quenas (each doubling on the quenilla), 2 flautas de pan, 2 zampoñas (total of 4 players), 6 toyos (total of 6 players), percussion (6 players), 4 charangos (4 players, same part), 4 bandolas (4 players, same part), 4 bandolíns (4 players, same part), 4 guitarras (4 ...
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.
Previously published in 1980 by the University of Oklahoma Press. Principally unaccompanied melodies; the songs have Spanish words with English translations. Includes bibliographical references (p. 871-873), discography (p. 874), and indexes. English and Spanish.
Single parts for violoncello included in vols. 1-3; 9 violoncello parts included in v. 4 to accommodate Sardana, Sant Martí del Canigó, and El cant dels ocells, works for "orquestra de violoncels." Vocal works in Spanish, Catalan, English, and Latin. "Urtext"--Cover. Preface, biographical, and editorial notes in Catalan, English, and Spanish. Each publication includes a chronological list of works. Publisher's no.: BC0001-
Consists of 22 works dated from 1874 for organ, 1-2 solo voices and organ, or mixed choir (4 parts) with organ (principally gozos, litanies, offertories, one Mass, and one motet) by Spanish composer Antonio Moreno y Lucena, edited from manuscripts in the Archivo Musical del Monasterio de Santa Ana de Montilla. Reproductions of the source material are included following p. 419. Solo vocal and ...
"Edición facsímil de los manuscritos fundamentales del Archivo Manuel de Falla." Spanish words. Includes pamphlet with historical information about the 1st published facsimile edition of the opera (London : J. & W. Chester, c1924 ; arrangement for voice and piano). Preface and critical notes in Spanish. Includes bibliographical references. Limited edition of 500 numbered copies.