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Favorite Spanish Art Songs (Bk/Cd)

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format High
Desc Bk/Cd
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Vocal Collection
Catalog # 00740221

Price: $17.99

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Favorite Spanish Art Songs (Bk/Cd) For High. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00740221, UPC: 073999558364)

The demand for literature in Spanish is a reflection of our changing American culture. Here are twelve songs, in two keys, that can serve as an introduction to art songs in Spanish for a voice student. International Phonetic Alphabet is included for each song text, as are translations for study. Laura Ward has recorded wonderful, informed piano accompaniments on the companion CD. Before the accompaniment, a excellently instructive pronunciation lesson, recorded by a native Spanish speaker (a university Spanish professor) is heard. The songs are by Manuel de Falla, Enrique Granados and Fernando Obradors, with an additional two Mexican folksong arrangements. A beautiful Velasquez painting is seen on the cover.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ASTURIANA DE FALLA,M  
CANCION DE FALLA,M  
CON AMORES LA MI MADRE OBRADORS  
CORAZON POR QUE PASAIS OBRADORS  
DEL CABELLO MAS SUTIL OBRADORS  
EL MAJO TIMIDO GRANADOS  
EL MIRAR DE LA MAJA GRANADOS  
EL TRA LA Y EL PUNTEADO GRANADOS  
LA MI SOLA LAUREOLA OBRADORS  
LA PALOMA BLANCA KILENYI  
MI SUENO KILENYI  
PRELUDIOS DE FALLA,M  
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