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Three Lorca songs

Digital Sheet Music [PDF]: Performance Parts

Three Lorca songs : for soprano, violin, cello and piano [eParts] / music by Paul Stanhope ; text by Federico García Lorca ; English version by Natalie Shea & Paul Stanhope.

by Paul Stanhope (2016)

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  • Instrumentation: Soprano, violin, cello, piano.
  • Audio Sample

    Performance by Greta Bradman, Benaud Trio from the CD Aussie Album


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I have, for a long time, been attracted to the poetry of Federico García Lorca. The richness of imagery, even when translated from Spanish into English, retains its startling colours that sparkle and leap off the page. Lorca's love of music and ability to capture musicality within poetry made the setting of these texts a real joy. The set began with a commission from the Adelaide-based Benaud Trio and was completed in 2016 with the addition of a new first song Song for the Moon commissioned especially for the Australian Festival of Chamber Music in Townsville where the complete set was first performed.

Published by: Australian Music Centre — 1 digital (PDF) set of 3 performance parts (56p. -- A4 (portrait))

Difficulty: Advanced — Highly detailed rhythmic relationships; professional or tertiary education standard

Duration: 14 mins

Contents note:

1. Song for the Moon -- 2. Madrigals -- 3. Song of the Seven Maidens.

Commission info: Commissioned by: Benaud Trio (movements 2 & 3); Juliet Tootel (movement 1)

First performance by Valda Wilson, Indira Koch, Wolfgang-Emanuel Schmidt, Timothy Young at Governor's Gala - The Surprise! (Townsville Civic Theatre) on 30 Jul 2016

The piano part is a copy of the full score.

Text by Frederico García Lorca. English version by Natalie Shea & Paul Stanhope.

Typeset edition.

This edition produced Dec 17.

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