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    A composer's journey with the poetry of Federico García Lorca Catalog Record Only Between songs in the 3rd work, 4 short poems are used as spoken interludes with percussion accompaniment. Sung in Spanish. In the 1st work: Christine Schadeberg, soprano, Christopher Oldfather, piano. In the 2nd work: Christine Schadeberg, soprano at the piano. In the 3rd work: Fredric Moses, baritone, David Macbride, piano with percussion, Benjamin Toth, percussion. Recorded Mar. 15, 2000 (1st work), June 23, 1998...
    • Contributor: Macbride, David
    • Date: 2001
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    Victoria de los Angeles recital Catalog Record Only Acc. of the 2nd work originally for orchestra; arr. for piano. Sung in Nahuatl (1st work), Spanish (2nd, 4th works), and Italian (3rd work). Victoria de los Angeles, soprano ; Geoffrey Parsons, piano. Recorded in London, 1978. Eds. recorded: Ediciones del Consejo Central de la Musica (2nd work); Union Musical Española (3rd work); M. Eschig (4th work). Short biographies of composers in English, French,...
    • Contributor: Angeles, Victoria De Los
    • Date: 1979
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    Ancient voices of children a cycle of songs on texts by García Lorca ; Eine kleine Mitternachtmusik = A little midnight music : ruminations on 'Round midnight by Thelonius Monk ; Madrigals, ... Catalog Record Only The songs and madrigals sung in Spanish; texts by García Lorca. In the 1st work: Tony Arnold, soprano ; Justin Murray, boy soprano ; Kathryn Dupuy Cooper, oboe ; David Starobin, mandolin ; Dale Stuckenbruck, musical saw ; Courtney Hershey Bress, harp ; Susan Grace, piano ; John Kinzie, Mark Foster, William Hill, percussion ; David Colson, conductor. In the 2nd work: Emanuele Arciuli,...
    • Contributor: Crumb, George
    • Date: 2005
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    Lorquiana poemas de Federico García Lorca.
    Poemas de Federico Garcia Lorca Catalog Record Only
    Title from container insert. Ana Belén, vocals ; various accompanying musicians. The poems of Federico García Lorca put to music. Compact disc. Lyrics on insert (18 p.). muzerec
    • Contributor: Belén, Ana
    • Date: 1999
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    Gnomic variations Processional ; Ancient voices of children /
    Gnomic variations ; Processional ; Ancient voices of children Catalog Record Only
    The 3rd work is a song cycle to words by Federico García Lorca. In the 1st and 2nd works: Fuat Kent, piano. In the 3rd: Marie-Louise Bourbeau, mezzo-soprano; Veronika Schaaf, boy soprano [sic]; Ensemble New Art; Fuat Kent, conductor. Recorded in the Grosser Konzertsaal, Musikhochschule München; the 1st and 2nd works Sept. 28, 1992, the 3rd Oct. 28-29, 1992. Compact disc. Durations: 19:21; 10:08;...
    • Contributor: Kent, Fuat - Ensemble New Art - Crumb, George - Bourbeau, Marie-Louise - Schaaf, Veronika
    • Date: 1994
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    Falla, Lorca chants populaires espagnols : Spanish popular songs.
    Chants populaires espagnols | Spanish popular songs Catalog Record Only
    Compact disc. Françoise Atlan, voice ; Juan Carmona, guitar. Notes in French and English and Spanish texts with French and English translations included.
    • Contributor: Falla, Manuel De
    • Date: 1997
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    Poema de balcones Catalog Record Only Sung in Spanish (1st work), English (2nd work), and Polish (3rd work). Title from disc label. The 1st work for 2 mixed choruses; 2nd work for mixed chorus and percussion; 3rd work for mixed chorus. SWR Vokalensemble Stuttgart ; Marcus Creed, director ; with Martin Homann, percussion (2nd work). 1st work recorded 2009 March 17-18 SWR-Funkstudio, Stuttgart. 2nd-3rd works recorded 2008 February 19-21 SWR-Funkstudio,...
    • Contributor: García Lorca, Federico - Homann, Martin - Thoreau, Henry David - Swr Vokalensemble Stuttgart - Różewicz, Tadeusz - Smolka, Martin - Creed, Marcus
    • Date: 2016
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    The ghosts of Alhambra 2009 ; Voices from a forgotten world : 2006 / Catalog Record Only The 1st work, subtitled Spanish songbook I, for baritone, guitar, and percussion (one player); the 2nd work is a song cycle of American songs from "North, South, East and West," for solo female and male voices, amplified piano and percussion quartet., and subtitlted American songbook V. Sung in Spanish and English. Text of the 1st work by F. García Lorca. In the 1st work:...
    • Contributor: Crumb, George
    • Date: 2011
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    Madrigals, book I-IV, for soprano and instrumental ensemble Five pieces for piano ; Music for a summer evening : makrokosmos III, for two amplified pianos and percussion / Catalog Record Only BIS: LP-261/262 (LP-261--LP-262). The 1st work sung in Spanish. Texts of the 1st work by Federico García Lorca. Music Varia (including Anne-Marie Mühle, mezzo-soprano) (Ulf Bergström, flute ; Seppo Asikainen, percussion ; Åsa Lännerholm, harp ; Robert Röjder, double bass) (1st work) ; Ingrid Lindgren, piano (2nd-3rd works) ; Barbro Dahlman, piano ; Seppo Asikainen, Rainer Kuisma, percussion (3rd work). Recorded in 1983, Swedish...
    • Contributor: Crumb, George
    • Date: 1985
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    Cinco sonetos lorquianos Catalog Record Only The 1st work, with text from the poetry of Frederico García Lorca, is for tenor and chamber orchestra. "Centro de Documentacion Musical de Andalucía." Manuel Cid, tenor; Pedro Corostola, violoncello; Orquesta Sinfónica de Sevilla; Viekoslav Sutej, conductor. Recorded Mar. 1993, Teatro de la Maestranza, Seville. Compact disc.
    • Contributor: Castillo, Manuel
    • Date: 1993
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    Roundabout Catalog Record Only The 1st work for double bass and computer-generated tape; the 2nd for tenor, soprano saxophone, bass guitar, and percussion, with various speakers and clappers (text by Federico Garcia Lorca); the 3rd for percussion quartet; the 4th for reciter and tape; the 5th for 3 saxophones, trumpet, trombone, 2 electric guitars, electric bass guitar, piano, and percussion (2 players); the 6th for alto saxophone and...
    • Contributor: García Lorca, Federico - Black, Robert - Hartt Contemporary Players - Pruett, Jérôme. - Carl, Robert - Engebretson, Mark - Menapace, Michael - Percussion 20/20 - Loewen, Laura - Jackson, Douglas - American Composers Forum - Yosa, Buson
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    Thrène pour le Vendredi Saint : pour choeur à 2 voix égales, 2 récitants et orgue / Catalog Record Only Suzanne Philippe, Jean Nergal, Anne Marie Schaerverbeke, vocalists ; Jean Collot, organ ; Chorale "Cantores" de Bruges ; Aimé de Haene, conductor (1st work) ; Orchestre national de Belgique ; Léonce Gras, conductor (2nd work) ; Germaine Gérin, speaker ; Orchestre symphonique de Liège ; Julien Ghyoros, conductor (3rd work). Durations: 28:38; 7:45; 14:17. Program notes in English, Flemish, French, and German on container.
    • Contributor: Absil, Jean
    • Date: 1967
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    Five songs on poems of Lorca
    5 songs on poems of Lorca Catalog Record Only
    The Concerto for a singing instrument for any instrument or voice, but originally for string orchestra accompaniment. Sung in French (1st work) ; sung in English (Summer aria) and Italian (Spring aria) and vocalise (selections from Concerto for a singing instrument). Adele Addison, soprano ; Samuel Baron, flute (1st work) ; Rey de la Torre, guitar (1st work) ; James Payne, piano (2nd &...
    • Contributor: García Lorca, Federico - Bucci, Mark - Addison, Adele - Payne, James - Torre, Rey De La. - Lee, Noël - Baron, Samuel
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    3 friends [music
    Three friends Catalog Record Only
    The instrumental works for flute, viola, and harp; the 1st work originally for flute and guitar. The vocal works sung in Spanish. Texts of the 2nd and 4th works by Federico Garciá Lorca; English translations by Ian Krouse. Suzanna Guzman, mezzo-soprano (2nd, 4th works) ; Debussy Trio (Marcia Dickstein, harp ; David Walther, viola ; Angela Wiegand, flute). Marcia Dickstein, Peter Rutenberg and Fred...
    • Contributor: Debussy Trio - Broughton, Bruce - Krouse, Ian - Guzmán, Suzanna
    • Date: 2001
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    An Wasser flüssen Babylon Catalog Record Only Andrew Thomas, Andrew Violette, piano (1st work) ; Kristen Woolf, soprano ; Carla Scaletti, harp ; Geoffrey Butcher, organ (2nd-5th works) ; Dionne Laufman Weigert, piano (6th work). Texts for Forman works by F. García Lorca (2nd work) and by E.E. Cummings (3rd-5th works). Program notes by composers and texts of songs on container.
    • Contributor: Moss, Lawrence - Thomas, Andrew - Scaletti, Carla - Violette, Andrew - Forman, Joanne - Weigert, Dionne Laufman - Woolf, Kristen - Butcher, Geoffrey
    • Date: 1977
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    Night music I / Catalog Record Only Louise Toth, soprano, with piano and celesta, and 2 percussion instruments, the composer conducting, in the first work ; Hartt Chamber Players, Ralph Shapey, conductor, in the second work. Playable also on monaural equipment. Duration: 18 min., 35 sec., and 21 min. Program notes by Carter Harman and texts of the García Lorca poems translated by Richard O'Connell and James Graham-Lujan, on slipcase.
    • Contributor: Crumb, George
    • Date: 1967
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    Songs and dances of death Lieder und Tänze des Todes = Chants et danses de la mort / Catalog Record Only Compact disc. 1st work, originally for medium voice and piano, is arr. for mezzo-soprano and orchestra ; 2nd work is for soprano, bass, string orchestra and percussion. The first work based on poems of Arseni Golenishchev-Kutuzov ; words of the second work are by Frederico García Lorca, Guillaume Apollinaire, Wilhelm Küchelbecker and Rainer Maria Rilke; sung in Spanish, French, Russian and German. Brigitte Fassbaender,...
    • Contributor: Mussorgsky, Modest Petrovich
    • Date: 1993
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    An idyll for the misbegotten ; Vox balaenae : voice of the whale ; Madrigals Catalog Record Only The 1st work for flute with percussion ensemble; the 2nd for flute, violoncello, and piano; the 3rd work: Book 1 for soprano, vibraphone, and double bass; Book 2 for soprano, alto flute (doubling flute and piccolo), and percussion; Book 3 for soprano, harp, and percussion; Book 4 for soprano, flute (doubling piccolo and alto flute), harp, double bass, and percussion. The 3rd work sung...
    • Contributor: Crumb, George
    • Date: 1987
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    Cinq poèmes du romancero gitan Trois chants funèbres anonymes sardes / Catalog Record Only Sung in Spanish (1st work) and Sardinian (2nd work). Words of the 1st work by Federico García Lorca. Béatrice Gaucet, soprano (1st-2nd works) ; James Gowings, baryton (1st work) ; Alain Jacquon, piano (2nd work) ; Trio Henry (Gilles Henry, violin ; Carlos Dourthé, cello ; Yves Henry, piano) (1st work). Recorded May 1998. Compact disc. Durations: 46:32; 22:05. Program and biographical notes in...
    • Contributor: García Lorca, Federico - Jacquon, Alain - Gowings, James - Krynen, Jean-Dominique - Trio Henry - Gaucet, Béatrice
    • Date: 2013
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    Como una ola de fuerza y luz Epitaffio 1 & 3 / Catalog Record Only The 1st work for soprano, piano, electronic tape, and orchestra; the 2nd for solo voices (SBar), speaking chorus (SATB), and chamber orchestra; the 3rd for speaker, speaking chorus (SATB), and orchestra. Spoken and sung in Spanish. Additional titles on container, of 2nd work: España en el corazon; of 3rd work: Memento : Romance de la Guardia civil española. Text of the 1st work by...
    • Contributor: Nono, Luigi
    • Date: 1994
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    Madrigals ; &, Makrokosmos Catalog Record Only The 1st work: Book 1 for soprano, vibraphone, and double bass; Book 2 for soprano, alto flute (doubling flute in C and piccolo), and percussion; Book 3 for soprano, harp, and percussion; Book 4 for soprano, flute (doubling piccolo and alto flute), harp, double bass, and percussion. 2nd work for 2 amplified pianos and percussion. The 1st work settings of poems by Federico García...
    • Contributor: Crumb, George
    • Date: 1985
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    Electronic explorations from his studio + the BBC radiophonic workshop, 1958-1967
    Electronic explorations from his studio and the BBC radiophonic workshop, 1958-1967 Catalog Record Only
    Works for tape using instrumental, concrete, and electronic sound sources; the 6th work a setting for speaker and electronics of Federico Garcia Lorca's Lament for the death of a bullfighter. The 6th work recited in English. Stephen Murray, speaker (6th work). Recorded 1958-1967. Compact disc.
    • Contributor: Murray, Stephen - Gerhard, Roberto - García Lorca, Federico
    • Date: 2014
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    Sombras ; Oscuro amor ; 21 gouttes de musique Catalog Record Only Sung in Spanish or French. Ensemble vocal Soli-Tutti ; Denis Gautheyrie, conductor. Recorded in 2006 in Saint-Denis (2nd work), and 2007 in Saint-Marcel's temple in Paris (1st, 3rd works). Compact disc. Program and biographical notes in Spanish and French, and texts (13 p.) inserted in container.
    • Contributor: Muñoz Rubio, Enrique - Ensemble Vocal Soli-Tutti - Gautheyrie, Denis
    • Date: 2015
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    Llanto por Ignacio Sánchez Mejías Sarabande pour clavecin et orchestre /
    Llanto por Ignacio Sánchez Mejías ; Sarabande pour clavecin et orchestre Catalog Record Only
    The 1st work is a cantata. The 2nd work originally for guitar and orchestra; arr. by the composer. Words of the 1st work by Federico García Lorca. Mauricio Molho, speaker, Bernard Cottret, baritone, with women's chorus (in the 1st work); Denyse Gouarne, harpsichord (in the 2nd); Orchestre des cento soli; Ataulfo Argenta, conductor. Ed. recorded: Billaudot (the 1st work). Originally issued in 1954. Compact...
    • Contributor: Ohana, Maurice
    • Date: 1993
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    Nocturnos de la ventana (1986) Catalog Record Only Title from disc label. First work for tenor and chamber orchestra; 2nd work for soprano and chamber orchestra. Text to 1st work by Federico García Lorca; text to 2nd work by various authors. Daureen Podenski, soprano ; Frank Hoffmeister, tenor ; Robert Stallman, flute ; Prism Orchestra ; Robert Black, conductor. Compact disc. Texts in Spanish and English with English translation and program notes...
    • Contributor: García Lorca, Federico - Black, Robert - McKinley, William Thomas - Stallman, Robert - Hoffmeister, Frank - Macbride, David - Prism Orchestra - Podenski, Daureen - Shore, Clare