We use cookies to ensure the best possible browsing experience on our website. By clicking OK, you consent to our use of cookies. Click here to read more about our cookie policy. 

Canciones de Lorca

for Tenor and Piano

COMPOSER: William Bolcom
PUBLISHER: Edward B. Marks Music Company
PRODUCT TYPE: Book and Part(s)
INSTRUMENT GROUP: Vocal
Bolcom is a famously eclectic stylist. The poems here are sung in Spanish and the musical accompaniment is recognizably Spanish-tinged in rhythm and color (including castanets and the like). But the composer goes much deeper thanthat; Canciones is no picture postcard. He delves into the dark,
€ 40,00
incl. tax
2 Low stock
Usually dispatched within 24 hours
This product cannot be ordered at the moment.
Not available in your region.
Specifications
Subtitle for Tenor and Piano
Composer William Bolcom
Publisher Edward B. Marks Music Company
Instrumentation Tenor and Piano
Product Type Book and Part(s)
Instrument Group Vocal
Year of Publication 2021
Genre Classical
Style Contemporary
ISBN 9781705120804
UPC 840126944983
Voicing Tenor Voice
Series E.B. Marks
No. HL00359037
Release Date 5/17/2021
Description
Bolcom is a famously eclectic stylist. The poems here are sung in Spanish and the musical accompaniment is recognizably Spanish-tinged in rhythm and color (including castanets and the like). But the composer goes much deeper thanthat; Canciones is no picture postcard. He delves into the dark, mysterious and surrealistic core of the poetry and returns us its sinews and subtexts in a varietal, mercurial music that touches upon Puccini, Mahler, jazz, Cubandance, atonal acerbity and tonal bliss. In the process, he doesn't exactly explain the sometimes difficult poetry, but he does bring it to life. -Timothy Mangan, Orange County Register, Oct. 26, 2013. With text by poet FedericoGarcia Lorca, this composition was premiered by Placido Domingo and the Pacific Symphony Orchestra under Carl St. Clarin on September 15, 2006. Recorded on Naxos 8.559788 by the Pacific Symphony, Carl St. Clair, conductor and RenéBarbera, Tenor.
    Loading
    Loading