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Art Song Composers of Spain: An Encyclopedia
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Art Song Composers of Spain: An Encyclopedia

  • ISBN: 978-0-8108-6362-0
  • Editorial: Scarecrow Press, Inc.
  • Encuadernación: Cartoné con sobrecubierta
  • Formato: 16x23
  • Páginas: 546
  • Idiomas: Inglés
  • Tipo: LIBRO

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Art Song Composers of Spain: An Encyclopedia describes the wealth of vocal repertoire composed by 19th- and 20th-century Spanish song composers. More than 90 composers are discussed in detail with complete biographies, descriptions, and examples of the song literature, as well as comprehensive listings of stage works, books, recordings, compositions in non-vocal genres, and vocal repertoire.

Opening with a thorough history of Spain and its political scene, author Suzanne Rhodes Draayer examines its relation to song composition and the impact on composers such as Fernando Sor, Sebastián de Iradier, Federico García Lorca, Manuel de Falla, and many others. Draayer discusses Spanish art song and its various types, its folksong influences, and the major and minor composers of each period. Beginning with Manuel García (b. 1775) and ending with Carmen Santiago de Meras (b. 1917), Draayer provides biographies of the composers, a discussion and analysis of songs available in print in the US, and a complete list of solo songs for each.

Musical examples are given for 175 songs, demonstrating a variety of compositional techniques and lyrical text settings, and illustrating characteristics of orientalism (Moorish) and cante jondo (gypsy) elements, as well as influences such as the German lied and French mélodie. The final chapter lists contemporary composers and considers the difficulties in researching music by women composers. Complete with a foreword by Nico Castel, a bibliography, and additional indexes, Art Song Composers of Spain proves the importance of the Spanish song as an essential part of vocal training and concert repertoire.

CONTENIDO:

Abbreviations
Foreword by Nico Castel
Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction

1.- The Canción Lírica. Spanish Song Types
2.- Indigenous Spanish Sound abd the Canción Lírica

PART I. The Creators of the Canción Lírica: Major Composers Born 1775 to 1800
3.- Manuel del Pópulo García
4.- Fernando Sor Montadas
5.- Mariano Rodríguez de Ledesma
6.- José León

PART II. The Supporting Cast: Minor Composers Born 1775 to 1800
7.- Ramón Carnicer y Battle, José Melchor Gomis, José Sobejano Ayala, Francisco de Borja Tapia, José Valero Peris, Manuel Rücker

PART III. The Development of the Genre: Major Composers Born 1801 to 1825
8.- Sebastián de Iradier Salaverri
9.- Mariano Obiols Tramullas
10.- Joaquín Espín y Guillén
11.- Mariano Soriano Fuertes
12.- Emilio Arrieta Corera
13.- Francisco Asenjo Barbieri
14.- Cristóbal Oudriz y Segura
15.- Antonio de la Cruz

PART IV. The Supporting Cast: Minor Composers Born 1801 to 1825
16.- Basilio Basili, Santiago de Masarnau Fernández, Baltasar Saldoni Remendo, Antonio Mercé Fondevila, José Cagigal Calderón, Florencio Lahoz Otal, Rafael Hernando Palomar, Paulina Cabrero y Martínez de Ahumada, Martín Sánchez-Allú, Eduardo Jiménez Cos

PART V. Andalucianism and Nationalism: Major Composers Born 1826 to 1850
17.- Fermín María Álvarez Mediavilla
18.- Manuel Fernández Caballero
19.- Felipe Pedrell Sabaté
20.- Isidoro Hernández
21.- Manuel Giró
22.- José Espí Ulrich
23.- Emilio Serrano (y) Ruiz
24.- Justo Blasco (y) Compáns

PART VI. The Supporting Cast: Minor Composers Born 1826 to 1850
25.- Marcial del Adalid Gurrea, Lázaro Núñez Robres, Gabriel Rodríguez, Ignacio Ovejero Ramos, Manuel Sanz de Terroba, Antonio López Almagro, Antonio Reparaz, Eduardo Ocón y Rivas, Guillermo de Morphy Ferris, Jesús de Monasterio y Agüeros, Rafael Taboada Mantilla, Rafael Aceves Lozano, Óscar Camps y Soler, José Falcó Torro, Cándido Candi Casanova, Francisco de Paula Sánchez Gabagnach, Joaquín Valverde Durán, Pablo Miguel Perlado, Bernardino Valle Chiniestra, Tomás Bretón Hernández, Francisco García Vilamala, Javier Gaztambide y Zia

PART VII. Nationalism and International Fame: Major Composer Born 1851 to 1875
26.- Ruperto Chapí Lorente
27.- Felipe Espino Iglesias
28.- Isaac Albéniz Pascual
29.- Enrique Granados Campiña
30.- Amadeo Vives Roig

PART VIII. The Supporting Cast: Minor Composers Born 1851 to 1875
31.- José de Rodoreda Santigós, Vicente Costa y Nogueras, José María Benaigues y Pujol, Juan Cantó Francés, Roberto Goberna, Ignacio Tabuyo Muro, Pedro Astort y Ribas, J. Cumellas Ribó, Salvador Bartolí y Soler, Cándido Larruga Mariñelarrena

PART IX. La Canción Lírica in the Twentieth Century: Major Composers Born Since 1875
32.- Manuel de Falla
33.- Joaquín Turina Pérez
34.- Jesús Guridi Bidaola
35.- Frederic Mompou Dencausse
36.- Eduard Toldrá
37.- Fernando Jaumandreu Obradors
38.- Joaquín Rodrigo Vidre
39.- Xavier Montsalvatge Bassols

PART X. The Supporting Cast: Minor Composers Born Since 1875
40.- Conrado del Campo Zabaleta, Miguel Asensi Martín, Joaquín Nin Castellanos, Jaume Pahissa, Rafael Benedito Vives, Francisco Alonso López, Francisco Fuster Virtó, Óscar Esplá Triay, José Padilla Sánchez, Roberto Gerhard Ottenwaelder, Federico García Lorca, Carmen Santiago de Meras

PART XI. Conclusion: The Challenge for Further Research
41.- Women Composers and Toward the 21st Century

Bibliography
Appendix: A Selected Guide to European Spanish Song
Song Index
Composer Index
General Index
About the author

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