Partly graphic notation. Preface and biographical notes in Spanish and English. Contains works by Zulema de la Cruz, Tomas Marco, Carlos Cruz de Castro, Gabriel Gernandez Alvez, Jose Zarate, Juan A. Medina, Mario Gosalvez Blanco, Israel David Martinez, Juan de Dios Garcia Aguilera, Juan Manuel Ruiz, and Jose Luis Besada Portas.
For chorus of mixed voices with continuo. Chiefly Latin words; Fabordón del Miserere and Dioses de Olimpio, venid in Spanish. Introd. and critical notes in Spanish. Includes bibliographical references.
Contains principally the first publication of four tonadillas by Rosales (p. 119-237): El entusiasmo, El aprendiz de carpintero, El valenciano, and El vizcaíno. Spanish words of the Rosales tonadillas also printed separately as texts. Includes an annotated list of music theatrical works by Rosales existing in manuscript (p. 44-92). Includes bibliographical references (p. 243-246).
In part with piano acc. Originally published: Cantos y bailes de Galicia. Madrid : A. Romero A., 1888. (Cantos y bailes populares de España). Includes bibliographical references (p.174-175) and index.
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 ...
Principally for voice and piano; Sueños for voice, vibraphone, and violoncello; Dos poemas chinos for soprano, flute and clarinet. Spanish words except Mirlos de Italia with German words. Published with the collaboration of the Asociación de Compositores Sinfónicos Andaluces. Includes biographical sketch of each composer.
Songs, principally for voice and piano; some in vol. I include guitar, and accompaniment may be performed with either or both instruments. Spanish words. Includes commentary in Spanish with English translation. Includes bibliographical references. Vol. I includes works by Fernando Sor, Manuel García, José Rodriguez de León, Narcisco Paz, Federico Moretti, Joaquín Tadeo Murguía, Francisco de Borja Tapia, Mariano Ledesma, José Sobejano, Manuel Rücker, ...