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Aware of the difficulties that creative women have faced to promote their work, in 2015 the Patricia published this book with the complete songs for voice and piano written by Argentinean composer Irma Urteaga. In addition to the scores, the book includes an introductory study in which deepens on the development of the art song in Argentina, a biography of the composer, notes about the works and the poetic texts of the songs. The study is in Spanish and in English.
in this beautifully edited book, you find the song cycle alquimia written by Bolivian composer agustin fernandez for the barcelona festival of song 2006. the book has an introductory study that contextualizes the works, the composer´s biography, and the poems.this study is presented in Spanish and english. you find the sheet music of the 3 songs.
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De Catalunya vinc... offers an essential journey into understanding Catalan culture, history, and sensibility in which the art song serves as a mirror in which society and its values are reflected at different points in history.
Songs by Enric Morera (1865-1942), Jaume Pahissa (1880-1969), Eduard Toldrà (1895-1962), Frederic Mompou (1893-1987) and Carlota Garriga (1937).
"A mi ciudad nativa - To My Native City" Art Songs of Latin America Volume II. (2006), is a compilation of 28 songs by Latin American composers from Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Cuba, México, Perú and Venezuela. Most of the songs are first time recorded. Available on itunes and CDBABY. Read a Review Published at the Latin-American Music Review
The art songs of Jaime León stand as some of the most beautiful art songs written in Latin-America during the last century. Soprano Patricia Caicedo, a true expert in León's music interprets his music with tenderness, passion & delicacy. In this CD you will find 23 of his songs.
Lied: Art Songs of Latin America (2001)is a compilation of 25 of the most beautiful Latin American art songs, works inspired by German lieder and written by 20th century Latin American composers for piano and voice works by Ginastera, Guastavino, Estevez, Ovalle, León, Ponce, Morales Pino, Calvo and Obradors, some of them recorded for the first time on this CD, are a thorough review of the complexities of Latin American sensitivities and musical expression. Available of itunes, Amazon, itunes