Programa de mano

This list contains 19 titles

Ante el fin del siglo ciclo de conciertos educativos by Guibert, Álvaro Publication: Santander: Fundación Marcelino Botín, 1999 . 53 p. : , Programa correspondiente al mes de enero a junio de 1999 21 cm Holdings: CDMYD (M (M) - 1329) .
Antonio and his Spanish Ballet Company   Publication: [London]: Royalty Theatre, 1960 . [12] hojas : , En la cub.: Royalty Theatre. | Royalty Theatre Kingsway. | Leon Hepner presents Antonio and his Spanish Ballet Company with Rosita Segovia, Carmen Rojas, Paco Ruiz, Carmen Rollan, Graciella Vazquez. | Incluye el texto "My Ballet" de Antonio. | Incluye información biográfica de Cristobal Halffter, Vicente Vila-Belda, Bernard Dayde. 24x18 cm Holdings: CDMYD (D (M) - 671) .
Antonio and his Spanish Ballet Company   Publication: London: Palace Theatre, 1956 . [8] h. : , "Palace Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, W.1, Gerrard 6834. Peter Daubeny Presentation Ltd. by Arrangement with Leon Hepner present Antonio and his Spanish Ballet Company, Rosita Segovia, Carmen Rojas, Paco Ruiz, Carmen Rollan, Antonio de Ronda, Graciella Vazquez, Victoria Eugenia, Alicia Diaz, Carmen Mota, Pastora Ruiz, Joaquin Robles, Jesus Reyes, Pepe Soler, Rodolfo Otero, Teresa Maizal, Nydia Naranjo, Pepita Morillas, Adelina Lopez, Maria Luisa Martin, Lina Montes, Ana Maria, Sylvia Ros, Rafael Gomez, Alberto Luis, Manolo Torres, Fernando García, Dorita Lucas; Flamenco singer: Pepe Fuentes; Guitarists: Manuel Moreno, Joaquin Baena, Sebitas; Conductors: Angel Curras and Francis Chagrin; pianists: Angel Egana; Ballet mistress: Ana Ivanova; Choreography, direction and lighting by Antonio; Assistant Artistic Director: Carlos Viudes" | "First programme: Tuesday, 18th September to 6th October, 1956" | En la cub.: "Souvenir Programme" | Triana (First performed at the Teatro Victoria Eugenia, San Sebastián, 1955). Por Mirabra (First performed at the Broadway Theatre, New York, 1955). Fantasia Galicia (First performed at the International Festival of Granada, 1956). El Amor Brujo (First performed at the Saville Theatre, London, 1955). Pas de Quatre (Inspired by the melodies of Spanish composers of the XVIII Century. The costumes are based on those of the XIX Century). Serranos de Vejer (First performed at the International Festival of Granada, 1953). | Por Mirabra (This belongs to the most ancient group of serious Flamenco songs called "Cante Grande"). Fantasia Galicia (Ballet based on the traditional music of the Kingdom of Galicia). This story, inspired by the old Galician legend of the "Santa Compania", tells of wandering souls looking for those who will die that night, so that they can light their way to eternal peace. Antonio is accompanied in this dance by the sound of the "vieras" (scallop shells), based on the primitive traditions of the Galician Dances . El Amor Brujo (Ballet in one act by G. Martinez Sierra). Pas de Quatre: a) "Allegro con garbo": based on a Sonata by Mateo Albeniz (1760-1820); b) "Allegro gracioso": based on a Sonata of Father Narciso Casanovas (1747-1799); c) "Allegro Scherzando": based on a rondo of Father Felipe Rodriguez (1754-1814); d) "Tiempo de seguidillas": sonata by Father Mateo Gallos (1761-1814). 25x18 cm Holdings: CDMYD (D (M) - 672) , CDMYD (D (M) - 672) .
Antonio and his Spanish Ballet Company   Publication: London: Palace Theatre, 1955 . [8] h. : , Palace Theatre: Shaftesbury Avenue. | Peter Daubeny Presentations Ltd. by arrangements with Leon Hepner present The World Famous Antonio and his Spanish Ballet Company. | First Performance: Monday, 21st February, 1955. | Spanish Ballet Company: Rosita Segovia, Carmen Rojas, Paco Ruiz, Carmen Rollan, Graciella Vazquez, Antonio de Ronda, Victoria Eugenia, Maria Rosario, Alicia Diaz, Teresa Maizal, Pepita Morillas, Carmen Ruiz, Coral Fajardo, Adelina Lopez, Maria Luis Martin, Joaquin Robles, Jesus Reyes, Rodolfo Otero, Pepe Soler, Alberto Luis, Rafael Gomez. Flamenco singers: Antonio Mairena, Manuel Heras; guitarists: Manuel Moreno, Mariano Cordoba, Juan Moreno; conductors: Angel Curras & Francis Chagrin; leader, Alec Firman; piano soloist: Rafael Urdapilleta; choreography. production and lightning by Antonio. 24x16 cm Holdings: CDMYD (D (M) - 673) .
Antonio and his Spanish Ballet Company   Publication: London: Finsbury Press . [4] h. : , En la cub.: Stoll Theatre, Kingsway, Hol 3703. | "Peter Daubeny, Presentations Ltd. by arrangement with Leon Hepner: Antonio and his Spanish Ballet Company with Rosita Segovia, Flora Albaicin, Laura Toledo, Carmen Rollan, Dorita Ortiz, Graciella Vazquez, Paco Ruiz, Antonio de Ronda, Maclovia, Alicia Diaz, Maria Rosario, Victoria Eugenia, Maricarmen, Teresa Maizal, Carmen Ruiz, Joaquin Robles, Jesus Reyes, Rafael Gomez, Rodolfo Otero; flamenco singers: Antonio Mairena, Manuel Heras; guitarists; Manolo Moreno, Antonio Albaicin, Mariano Cordoba; conductors: Angel Curras and Francis Chagrin; solo pianist: Rafael Urdapilleta; choreography, production and lighting by Antonio. Exclusive Management for Europe and Personal Representative: Jean Bouchel Ysaye" | 4. Zorongo Gitano: "The Moon is a small well, The flowers have no value; There is nothing but your arms when they embrace me at night"- F. García Lorca. | 8. "Homage to Manuel de Falla": V. Asensio composed this music in memory of the great Spanish Composer, Manuel de Falla, and includes three characters from his most famous works: The Miller's wife from "The Three Cornered Hat"; Candela from "Love the Magician", The Moon from "Night in the Gardens of Spain"" 22x14 cm Holdings: CDMYD (D (M) - 674) .
Ballet Espagnol of Pilar Lopez   Publication: London: Cambridge Theatre, 1960 . [4] h. : , Cambridge Theatre: Cambridge Circus, WC2. Proprietors: ARNLIT Ltd.; licensed by the Lord Chamberlain to and under the direction of Tom Arnold and Emile Littler. | "Peter Daubeny for and on behalf of Continental Opera & Ballet Entertainments, Ltd. presents Ballet Espagnol of Pilar Lopez with Roberto Ximenez, Manolo Vargas, Alberto Lorca, Alejandro Vega, Elvira Real, Dorita Ruiz, Rosario Escudero, Pilar Calvo, Luis Maravilla (guitarist), Ramon de Loja (singer), Orchestra under the direction of Jose M. Franco, assisted by Abraham Thevenet Echaniz. | "The First Time in London" | "Programme Notes specially written by Elsa Brunelleschi" | "Pilar Lopez Company represented in London by Fernand Lumbroso and Leon Hepner by arrangement with Le Bureau Artistique International Elysees-Montaigne, Paris" 21x13 cm Holdings: CDMYD (D (M) - 670) .
Ballet Español de Pilar López   Publication: London: Palace Theatre, 1957 . [6] h. : , En la port.: "Palace Theatre: Shaftesbury Avenue. W1. Gerrard 6834. Proprietors: London Palace Limited. Chairman and Managing Director: Emile Littler. Souvenir Programme. One Shilling" | "First performance: Monday 12th August, 1957" 24x18 cm Holdings: CDMYD (D (M) - 668) .
Ballet Español Pilar López   Publication: London: Stoll Theatre, 1957 . [4] h. ; , En la cub.: Stoll Theatre. | Stoll Theatre, Kingsway. Peter Daubeny presentations Ltd by arrangement with Leon Hepner: Ballet Español Pilar Lopez, created by Argentinita, choreography by Pilar Lopez with Roberto Ximenez, Manolo Vargas, Elvira Real, Alberto Lorca, Paco de Ronda, Dorita Ruiz, Encarnación Mendoza, Pilar Calvo, Luis Maravillas (guitarrist), Ramon de Loja (flemenco[sic] singer), Abraham Thevenet Echaniz (pianist), Orchestra under the direction of Jose Maria Franco and Francis Chagrin, Tomas Rios (general manager) 22x15 cm Holdings: CDMYD (D (M) - 669) .
El cristal de agua fría : ópera en un acto / by Manchado, Maria Luisa Publication: [lugar de publicación no identificado] : Centro para la Difusion de la Música Contemporanea, 1994 . 47 páginas : , Sala Olimpia, Madrid, días 12,15,17,19 y 221 de abril a las 20 horas | Una coproducción del Teatro de la Zarzuela, Centro para la Difusión de la Música Contemporánea y Centro Nacional de Nuevas Tendencias Escénicas. | Biografías de la autora, de la libretista y del reparto. 24 cm. Holdings: CDMYD (M (M) - 4050) .
Fausto   Publication: [Madrid]: Orquesta y Coro Nacionales de España, 2006 . 297 p. : , En la cub.: "Temporada 06-07" 24 cm Holdings: CDMYD (M (M) - 3785 (5)) , CDMYD (CDMC PM 3.2.1 2006-2007) , CDMYD (M (M) - 3785 (5)) .
Fígaro ópera en un acto y diez escenas by Encinar, José Ramón Publication: Madrid: Ministerio de Cultura, Instituto Nacional de las Artes Escénicas y de la Música, 1988 . 45 p. ; , Dirección musical, idea original y música de José Ramón Encinar | Ópera en un acto y diez escenas, según idea de José Ramón Encinar, con textos de Beaumarchais, Boito, Goethe, Pepoli, Da Ponte, Rabelais, Shakespeare, Sterbini, Wagner, y propios. | Coproducción: Centro Nacional de Nuevas Tendencias Escénicas, Centro para la Difusión de la Música Contemporánea, Teatro de la Zarzuela | Dirección escénica, iluminación, espacio escénico y vestuario: Simón Suárez. 24 cm Holdings:
La música en la fotografía by Gyenes, Juan Publication: [Santander] : Fundación Marcelino Botín, 1987 . [26] p. : , Catálogo de la exposición | Textos autógrafos: Paloma O'Shea, Andrés Segovia | Fotografía, Juan Gyenes | Fotocomposición, Ricardo Agudo; diseño, coordinación y montaje, Coco Piris; Imprime, Demetrio del Campo. 20x20 cm Holdings: CDMYD (M (M) - 1452) .
Luz de oscura llama : ópera en tres actos con prólogo /   Publication: [Madrid] : Instituto Nacional de las Artes Escénicas y de la Música, 1991 . 44 páginas, [2] páginas : , "Sala Olimpia, Madrid, 5, 7, 10, 12, 14 de abril de 1991, a las 20 horas. Estreno absoluto". - Port. | Una coproducción del Teatro Lírico Nacional La Zarzuela, el Centro para la Difusión de la Música Contemporánea y el Centro Nacional de Nuevas Tendencias Escénicas. 24 cm. Holdings: CDMYD (M (M) - 4037) , CDMYD (M (M) - 4037) .
Manon Lescaut ópera en cuatro actos   Publication: [Madrid]: Orfeo Ediciones, , 2003 . 31 p. ; , Basado en la novela del mismo nombre del abate Prévost (1697-1763) | Libreto | Suplemento al núm. 75 de la publicación impresa "Melómano" | Otros autores: Domenico Oliva, Luigi Illica, Giuseppe Giacosa y Giulio Ricordi (1840-1912). - En italiano y castellano 21 cm Holdings: CDMYD (M (M) - 2639 (75)) .
Orquesta Sinfónica de Galicia 1997-1998 grandes conciertos de Palacio, 4º Festival de Música de La Coruña, Música en el Rosalía, Festival Mozart, Escuela de Práctica Orquestal, Conciertos Didácticos, Conciertos en Familia   Publication: La Coruña: Consorcio para la Promoción de la Música, 1997 . 367 p. : , Índices 21 cm Holdings: CDMYD (M (M) - 2415) , CDMYD (CDMC PM 3.4.9 OSG) , CDMYD (M (M) - 2415) .
Orquesta Sinfónica de Tenerife 1990-91   Publication: Santa Cruz de Tenerife: Patronato Insular de Música, Cabildo de Tenerife, 1990 . 163 p. : 30 cm Holdings: CDMYD (M (M) - 2778) , CDMYD (CDMC PM 3.4.5. OST) .
Polifónica Miguel Fleta: memoria:1981   Publication: [Zaragoza]: Agrupación Artística Aragonesa, 1982 . 24 p. ; , Reportaje Gráfico: A. Calvo Pedrós, Elena Sierra, Fotos Domínguez, Jarke. | Polifónica "Miguel Fleta" de la Agrupación Artística Aragonesa, Zaragoza 22x16 cm : Holdings: CDMYD (M (M) - 2048) .
Songs and Dances of Spain [the romance of Spain in Song, Story and Dance]: from Basque Country, Balearic Island, Castille, Andalusia, Asturias, Catalonia, Galicia, Aragon, Extremadura, Rioja, Canary Islands, Corunna, Madrid   Publication: [London]: Stoll Theatre, 1952 . [4] h. : , En la cub.: Stoll Theatre, Kingsway, Hol. 3703. | Impreso por VAIL & Co. Ltd. | "Under the patronage of the Spanish Ambassador H.E. The Duke of Primo de Rivera. Peter Daubeny Presentations Ltd. by Special Arrangement with Dimitri Shpount presents "Coros y Danzas de España" | Executive and Production Manager for Coros y Danzas de Espana [sic]: Lula de Lara, Irena Kardo, Jaqueline Mitchell. 19x13 cm Holdings: CDMYD (D (M) - 666) .
XXIX Encontre internacional de compositors Festival Illes Balears 2009   Publication: Búger (Mallorca): Fundació ACA, 2009 . 83 p. : , En verso de la cub.: Consell de Mallorca, Departament de Cultura i Patrimoni | En la cub: ACA 30 encontres 27 cm Holdings: CDMYD (M (M) - 3604) , CDMYD (CDMC PM 1.1.4 FIB) , CDMYD (CDMC PM 1.1.4 FIB) .
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