In the series Cervantes y la Música, which begins with a CD entitled Don Quijote al piano, we introduce a new recording named Canciones para don Quijote
Many of the songs that could be heard at that time by the Alcalá-born author are collected in his literary creations as an expression of the art of sound of his time, as well as a testimony of his love for music, whose indelible memory is maintained along all his literary production.

As it can be seen, Soriano Fuertes, conventionally considered the first Spanish historian of music, reflected this fact some time later, in 1856, in his Historia de la música española:

There are people who say that Cervantes played vihuela and had a perfect background in music; even though this cannot be stated with complete certainty, we must believe that he was a keen lover of this art, as can be proved by the continued praise of music that he mentions in his works.

Format:CD
Genre:Vocal, Chamber
Period:20th Century Music
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Composer:Leonardo Balada (1933 - ) (bio)
Federico García Lorca (1898 - 1936)
Ferran Jaumandreu Obradors (1897 - 1945)
Joan Comellas (1913 - 2000)
Ernesto Halffter (1905 - 1989)
Amadeu Vives
Conrado del Campo (1878 - 1953)
Joaquín Nin-Culmell (1908 - 2004)
Carlos Palacio García
Horacio López de la Rosa
Duration:45 min
Number of Discs:1
Published in:2011
Label:Columna Música
Ref:DD02601
Content:Amadeo Vives (1871-1932):

De las Canciones epigramáticas
1 ôMadre, la mi madreö (Copla, de El celoso extremeño) 2´09’’

(1897-1945):

2 ôConsejo. Historia del curioso impertinenteö (de El ingenioso hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha) 2´13’’

Conrado del Campo (1878-1953):

De Del Solar de don Quijote
3 ôSin caballeroö 5´42’’

Ernesto Halffter (1905-1989):

4 ôCanción de Doroteaö (de El ingenioso hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha) 2´07’’

Carlos Palacio García (1911-1997):

De las Cinco canciones sobre poemas de Cervantes
5 ôNoche fría y obscuraö 5´51’’
6 ôSonetoö 3´30’’

Joaquín Nin-Culmell (1908-2004):

Federico García Lorca
7 ôSiempre escogen las mujeresö (de La guarda cuidadosa û La Barraca) 1´06’’
8 ôVete, vete, pícaro habladorö (de Homenaje al cu-cú û La Barraca) 0´49’’

Leonardo Balada (1933):

Tres Cervantinas (1967)
9 ôBailan las gitanasö 1´48’’
10 ôMadre, la mi madreö 2´46’’
11 ôPisaré yo el polvicoö 1´06’’

Horacio López de la Rosa (1933-1986):

12 Canciones de Altisidora 5´46’’

Joan Comellas (1913-2000):

De Don Quijote a Dulcinea
ôLa muerte de Dulcineaö
13 ô¿Dónde estáis, señor don Quijote?ö 1´54’’
14 ô¿Dónde estáis, mi señor?ö 1´36’’
15 ôMi señora muerte, sed mi buena guíaö 2´07’’
16 ôAllá en vuestros campos de la Manchaö 2´01’’
17 ôNada vales, pobre mundoö 1´51’’
18 ôDe esta tierra he de marcharö 2´04’’
Canciones para Don Quijote
Leonardo Balada,
Federico García Lorca,
Ferran Jaumandreu Obradors,
Joan Comellas,
Ernesto Halffter,
Amadeu Vives,
Conrado del Campo,
Joaquín Nin-Culmell,
Carlos Palacio García,
Horacio López de la Rosa

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