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CATALOGO TOMAS MARCO: TRADUCCION AL INGLES

(TOCHO I)

OPERA AND MUSIC THEATER

Jabberwocky (Antecedentes para cazar un Snark) (1966-1967) 25´

(Jabberwocky (Antecedents to the hunting of a Snark)

Text: Lewis Carroll (Jabberwockyfrom Through the looking glass) in five languages.

Actress, 4 percussionists, piano, tenor sax, tape, slides, lights, radios.

Premiere: French Institute, Madrid, 23.II.1967. Musical and Theater Ensemble. Stage and musical direction: Tomás Marco.


Anna Blume (1967) 14´

Text: Kurt Schwitters in the German original, Spanish translation by Tomás Marco.

2 speakers, instrumental ensemble (flute, oboe, clarinet, tenor sax, horn, 2 percussionists), tape.

Premiere: Instituto Nacional de Previsión, Madrid, 22.X.1967. Tomás Marco and Ramón Barce, speakers. Koan Group. Conductor: Arturo Tamayo.

Recordings: RNE


Cantos del Pozo Artesiano (1967) 23´

(Songs from the artesian well)

Text: Eugenio de Vicente.

Actress and Instrumental Ensemble (flute, horn, trumpet, trombone, helicon (or tuba), 2 percussionists, violin, cello, double bass).

Premiere: Instituto Nacional de Previsión, Madrid, 25.III.1968. Ana María Drack, actress, Instrumental Ensemble. Conductor: Hilmar Schatz.


Tea Party (1969) 17´

4 vocal soloists (S-A-T-B), clarinet, trombone, cello, vibraphone.

Premiere: Pro Musica Nova, Bremen, Radio Bremen Hall, Bremen (Germany), 27.V.1970. Radio Bremen Ensemble. Conductor: Klaus Bernbacher.

Commissioned by Radio Bremen.

Recordings: RB. LP: Hispavox


Recuerdos del Porvenir (1972) 19´

(Future remembrances)

No text.

Version I: Tape and lights on pictures by Juan Giralt.

Version II: Voice, tape, light and action.

Premiere: Pamplona City Walls, 26.VI.1972. Plastic version by Juan Giralt and Fernández-Muro.

Recordings: RNE


Selene (1965-1973) 50´

Text: Tomás Marco.

4 vocal soloists (S-A-T-B), Men’s Chorus on stage, Women’s Chorus with the Orchestra, Internal Band, Orchestra (flute, clarinet, 4 saxophones, 3 percussionists and strings).

Premiere: Madrid Opera Festival, Teatro de la Zarzuela (Madrid), 14.V.1974. María Orán, Anna Ricci, Julián Molina, Antonio Blancas, actors, Spanish National Chorus, Spanish Radio and Television Orchestra. Stage director: Rafael Pérez Sierra. Conductor: Odón Alonso.

Commissioned by the Juan March Foundation .

Recordings: RNE

Score: Alpuerto


Llanto por Ignacio Sánchez Mejías (Sinfonía coreográfica en cuatro cantos) (1984-1985) 40´

(Lament for Ignacio Sánchez Mejías - Choreographic Symphony in four songs)

1. La cogida y la muerte 2. La sangre derramada 3. Cuerpo presente 4. Alma ausente

(1. The goring and death 2. The streaming blood 3. The body present 4. The absent soul)

Ballet .

Violin and cello solo and orchestra (2 (picc)-2-2-2. 2-2-2-0, harp, piano, timp, 3 percussionists, strings).

Premiere:

Symphonic Version: Teatro Lírico de Cagliari (Italy), 22.XI.1986. Teatro Lírico Orchestra. Conductor: José Ramón Encinar.

Danced Version: Teatro Nacional Doña María II, Lisbon, (Portugal), 27.V.1998. Companhia Nacional de Bailado, Portugal, Lisbon Metropolitan Orchestra. Choreography: Rui Lopes Graça. Conductor: José Ramón Encinar.

Commissioned by the Directorate-General of Music and Theatre for the European Music Year.

Dedicated to Isabel García Lorca in memory of her brother.


Ojos verdes de luna (1994) 40´

(Green moon eyes)

Libretto by Tomás Marco on two tales by G. A. Bécquer.

Monodrama for voice, string orchestra and 2 percussionists.

Premiere:

Concert version: Soria Musical Fall. Palacio de la Audiencia de Soria, (Spain) 9.IX.1994. María José Montiel, Reina Sofia Orchestra. Conductor: Odón Alonso.

Stage version: Soria Musical Fall. Palacio de la Audiencia de Soria, 12.IX.1998. María José Montiel, Reina Sofia Orchestra. Conductor: Odón Alonso.

Commissioned by Soria Musical Fall.

Dedicated to María José Montiel.

Recordings: RNE. CD: BIS

Score: EMEC


El viaje circular (1999-200l) 60´

(The circular voyage)

Libretto by Tomás Marco from Homer’s “Odyssey”.

For 3 vocal soloists (S-A-B), four-voice mixed chorus, 4 saxophones, 4 percussionists, piano, synthesizer, electric guitar, electric bass.

Premiere: Alicante International Festival, Teatro Principal, Alicante, 29.IX.2002. Pilar Jurado, María José Sánchez, Alfonso Echevarría, Brahms Chorus, Sax Ensemble. Staged by Guillermo Heras. Conductor: José de Eusebio.

Recordings: RNE. CD: Iberautor

Score: EMEC


Segismundo (Soñar el sueño) (2002-2003) 75´

Segismundo (Dreaming the dream)

Libretto by Tomás Marco from Calderón de la Barca’s “ La vida es sueño“ with additional texts from Plato, Descartes and Alberto Lista.

For countertenor, 2 actors, clarinet, violoncello, percussion, synthesizer and electronics.

Premiere: Teatro Tantin, Santander, 15.V.2003. David Azurza, actor, Instrumental Ensemble. Staged by Gustavo Tambascio. Conductor: José Luis Temes.

Recordings: CD: Verso


El caballero de la triste figura (2002-2004) 90´

(The knight of the sad figure)

Libretto by Tomás Marco on texts from Cervantes’ “Don Quijote”.

For 4 vocal soloists (S-A-T-B), children’s or women’s chorus 2 flutes, 2 trombones, 2 violins, 2 cellos, 2 percussionists and synthesizer.

Premiere: Teatro Circo, Albacete (Spain), 27.XII.2005. María Rey Joly, María José Suárez, Emilio Sánchez, Alfredo García, soloists from the Community of Madrid Chorus and Orchestra. Choreography: Mónica Runde. Staged by Guillermo Heras. Conductor: José de Eusebio.

Commissioned by the State Corporation for Special Commemorations of the Year of Cervantes.

Recordings: RNE


Yo lo ví (2007) 90´

(I saw it)

Libretto by Tomás Marco from historical texts, engravings by Goya and poems by Leandro Fernánez Moratín, Juan Bautista Arriaza, Nicasio Gallego and Bernardo López García.

For speaker, soprano, baritone, mixed chorus and flute, oboes, 2 clarinets, bassoon, 2 trumpets, 2 percussionists, 2 violins, 2 violas, 2 cellos, 2 double basses, synthesizer.

Premiere: Teatro Albéniz, Madrid, 20.V.2008. José María Amerise, Ofelia Sala, Jerónimo Marín. Community of Madrid Chorus. Staged by Guillermo Heras. Conductor: Miguel Romea.

Commissioned by the Community of Madrid Culture Council.

Recordings: RNE


Tenorio (2008-1009) 90´

Libretto, Tomás Marco on texts by José Zorrilla, Tirso de Molina, Molière, Lord Byron, Lorenzo da Ponte, Goldoni, Zamora, Sor Juan Inés de la Cruz and others.

For soprano, tenor, baritone, mixed chorus or madrigal, 4 voices, and instrumental ensemble: flute, clarinet, bassoon, trombone, 2 percussionists, violin, viola, cello, double bass.

Commissioned by the Burgos Musical Summer.

Dedicated to Alfredo García.


(TOCHO II)


ORCHESTRAL WORKS


I. Orchestra with or without voices

Los Caprichos (1959-1967) 15´

(The caprices)

3(piccolos)-3(cor anglais)-4 (bass clarinets)-4 (double bassoons). 4-3-3-1 piano, strings.

Premiere: Ministerio de Información y Turismo Auditorium, Madrid (Spain), 23.III.1968. RTVE Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Enrique García Asensio.

Commissioned by Radiotelevisión Española.

Recordings: RNE


Anábasis (1968-1970) 19'

3-3-3-3.4-3-3-1, 4 percussionists, 2 harps, celeste, strings.

Premiere: Madrid, Teatro Real (Spain), 13.I.1971, RTVE Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Odón Alonso.

Dedicated to Enrique Franco.

Recordings: RNE-RAI

Score: Moeck Verlag


Mysteria (1970) 9´

2-2-2-2, 2 trumpet, timpani, percussionist, harp , celeste, strings.

Premiere: Hilversum (Netherlands), 16.IX.1972. Radio Kamer Orkest. Conductor: Roelof Kroll.

Dedicated to Federico Sopeña.

Gaudeamus Foundation Prize, 1971.

Recordings: NOS, SRF. LP: Hispavox. LP: MEC/Hispavox

Score: Salabert


Ángelus Novus (Mahleriana) (1971) 15´

3-3-3-3.4.3.3, 1 timpani, 3 percussionists, harp, celeste, piano,strings.

Premiere: Teatro Real, Madrid (Spain), 15.X.1971. Spanish National Orchestra. Conductor: Rafael Frübeck de Burgos.

Commissioned by the Spanish National Orchestra.

Dedicated to Maurice Fleuret and Henri-Louis de Lagrange.

Recordings: RNE, WDR. CD: Hyades-SGAE

Score: Moeck Verlag


Escorial (1972-1973, rev: 1974) 18´

2-2(c-i)-4 (E flat clarinet, bass clarinet)–4 (double bassoons), 4 saxophones, 4-3-3-1, timpani, percussion, strings.

Premiere: Théatre de la Ville, Paris (France), 18.X.1974. Nouvelle Orchestre Philarmonique de Radio France. Conductor: Jean Claude Casadesus.

Commissioned by the Juan March Foundation.

Recordings: RNE, IBA, PRT, SRF, MR, SR

Score: Alpuerto


Sinfonía No. 1, Aralar (1976) 18´

(Symphony No. 1, Aralar)

(1-2(cor anglais)-3-2(double bassoon) 3-1-3-0), timpani, percussion, electric organ, strings.

Premiere: Radio France Auditorium, Paris 14.IV.1977. Nouvelle Orchestre Philarmonique de Radio France. Conductor: Jorge Rotter.

Commissioned by Radio France.

Dedicated to José María Franco Gil.

Recordings: RNE-MR-SRC-SRF. CD: Discobi

Score: Alpuerto


Espacio Sagrado (Concierto Coral No. 2) (1983) 29´

(Sacred space - Choral Concert No. 2)

Piano, mixed chorus and orchestra (2-2-2-2. 2-2-2-0, timpani, 2 percussionists, harp, strings).

Premiere: Fundaçao Gulbenkian Auditorium, Lisbon (Portugal), 10.V.1984. Humberto Quagliata, piano, chorus and orchestra of the Gulbenkian Foundation. Conductor: Luca Pfaff.

Dedicated to Humberto Quagliata.

Recordings: RNE-RAI-RDP. LP: Linterna Musica. CD Linterna Musica

Score: Salabert


Sinfonía No. 2, Espacio Cerrado (1985) 19´

(Symphony No. 2, Closed Space)

(2 (piccolo)-2(cor anglais)-2 (bass clarinets)-2 (double bassoons). 4-2-3-0), timpani, 3 percussionists, harp, strings.

Premiere: Ravenna (Italy), 5.XI.1985. Berlin Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Klaus Peter Flor.

Commissioned by Ravenna International Festival (Italy).

Dedicated to Menri and José María Cervera Collado.

Recordings: RNE-RAI. CD: Discobi

Score: EMEC


Sinfonía No. 3 (1985) 21´

(Symphony No. 3)

1(piccolo)-2-1-1.0-2-2-0, timpani, 2 percussionists, harp, piano, strings.

Premiere: Auditorium of Radio France, Paris (France), 5.IV.1986. Nouvelle Orchestre Philarmonique de Radio France. Conductor: Luca Pfaff.

Commissioned by Radio France.

Dedicated to María, Guile and José Luis García del Busto.

Recordings: SRF. CD: Discobi

Score: Salabert


Pulsar (1986) 22´

(2(2 piccolos)-2-2-2. 2-2-0-0), percussionist, strings.

Premiere: Palais des Sports, Metz (France), 22.I.1986. Orchestra of Netherlands Radio and Television. Conductor: David Porcelijn.

Commissioned by the Centre Européen pour la Recherche Musicale, Metz (France).

Dedicated to José Luis Temes.

Recordings: RNE-NOS-SRF. CD: Discobi

Score: EMEC


Sinfonía No. 4, Espacio Quebrado (1987) 29´

(Symphony No. 4, Broken Space)

1. Quasi star 2. Hiperborea 3. Almost a rock 4. Solaris

(4 (2 piccolos, flute in G)-3(cor anglais) –4 (E flat clarinet, bass clarinet) -4 (double bassoons), 5-4 (piccolo trumpet, trumpet b)-3-1, timpani, 4 percussionists, 2 harps , celeste, strings.

Premiere: Teatro Real, Madrid (Spain), 15.IV.1988. Spanish National Orchestra. Conductor: Jesús López Cobos.

Commissioned by Spanish National Orchestra.

Dedicated to Jesús López Cobos.

Recordings: RNE. CD: Col legno

Score: EMEC


Sinfonía No. 5, Modelos de Universo(1988-1989) 28´

(Symphony No. 5, Universe Models)

1. Achinech 2. Ferro 3. Avaria 4. Mxorata 5. Tyteroygatra 6. Amilgua 7. Tamarán

(3(2 piccolos)-3 ( cor anglais)-3 (bass clarinet)-3 (double bassoons)-4-3-3-1, timpani, 3 percussionists, harp , celeste, strings.

Premiere: Pérez Galdós Theatre, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Spain), 24.I.1990. Czech Philharmonic Orchestra. Conductor: Jiri Behlolavec.

Commissioned by the Canarias International Festival of Music.

Dedicated: to the Canarian people and to my friends Guillermo García Alcalde, Lothar Siemens and Rafael Nebot.

Recordings: RNE. CD: Col legno

Score: EMEC


Campo de Estrellas (1989) 14´

(Star Field)

(3 (flute in G)-3 ( cor anglais)-4 (E flat clarinets, bass clarinet.)-3 (double bassoons), 4-3-3-1, timpani, 3 percussionists, harp, strings.

Premiere: Auditorium of Galicia, Santiago de Compostela (Spain), 20.X.1989. Spanish National Orchestra. Conductor: Odón Alonso.

Commissioned by the City of Santiago de Compostela for the inauguration of the Galicia Auditorium.

Recordings: RNE-Catalunya Radio

Score: EMEC


Espacio de Espejo (1989-1990) 12´

(Mirror Space)

(2-2-2-2.2-2-2-0), 3 percussionists, harp, piano, strings.

Premiere: Maison de la Radio Auditorium, Paris (France), 3.X.1990. Orchestre Philarmonique de Radio France. Conductor: Cristóbal Halffter.

Commissioned by Radio France.

Dedicated to Cristóbal Halffter on his 60 th birthday.

Recordings: RNE-SRF

Score: EMEC


Ceremonia Barroca (1991) 35´

(Baroque Ceremony)

Parte I. Ars Moriendi (1. Hipogrifo violento 2. In ictu oculi 3. Soledades 4. Crepusculario de la mar océana 5. Fiestas sacramentales)

Parte II. La floresta del Sol-Jaguar (6. Chilam Balam 7. Los equinoccios y los solsticios 8. Canto al sol 9. La persistencia de la piedra 10. Inundación castálida)

(Part I. Ars Moriendi: 1. Violent hippogriff 2. In ictu oculi 3. Solitudes 4. Ocean sea twilight 5. Sacred Fiestas)

(Part II. Jaguar-Sun glade: 6. Chilam Balam 7. Equinoxes and solstices 8. Singing to the sun 9. The persistence of the stone 10. Castalida floods)

8 mixed voices chorus and orchestra (2 oboes, 2 trumpets, harpsichord and strings).

Texts: Calderón, Góngora, Tirso de Molina, Chilam Balam, Anonymous Inca and Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz.

Premiere: Madrid (Spain), 3.IV.1992. Chorus and Orchestra of the Community of Madrid. Conductor: Miguel Groba.

Commissioned by the Community of Madrid.

Dedicated to Miguel Groba.

Recordings: RNE. CD: RTVE


Sinfonía No. 6, “Imago Mundi” (1990-92) 30´

(Symphony No. 6, Imago Mundi)

4(2 piccolos), 4( cor anglais), 4 (E flat clarinet, bass clarinet), 4 (double bassoons)-4, 4 Wagner Tubas, 4 (bass trumpets) 4, 2-celestes, 2 timpani, 4 percussionists, strings.

Premiere: Auditorio Nacional, Madrid (Spain), 28.X.1992. Spanish National Youth Orchestra (JONDE). Conductor: Edmon Colomer.

Commissioned by the JONDE.

Dedicated to Edmon Colomer.

Recordings: Hyades-SGAE, RNE

Score: EMEC (Madrid)


América (1992, rev. 2000) 25´

Texts of Walt Whitman, Popol Vuh, Cristopher Columbus, Chilam Balam and from anonymous Aztec poems.

Soprano, baritone, Mixed Chorus and Orchestra (3-3-3 ( bass clarinet)-3 (double bassoons). 4-3-3-1, timpani, 4 percussionists, harp , strings).

Premiere: Maestranza Theater, Seville, 17.XI.2000. Pilar Jurado, Alfonso Echevarría, Cajasur Chorus, Royal Symphony Orchestra of Seville. Conductor: José Ramón Encinar.

Commissioned initially by the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra (USA), finally by the Sociedad Estatal para el Nuevo Milenio (Spain).

Dedicated to Maximilano Valdés.

Recordings: CD: Sociedad Estatal para el Nuevo Milenio

Score: EMEC


Bis, Encore, Zugabe, Propina (1993) 12´

(2-2-2-2,2-2-0), timpani, strings.

Premiere: Perelada (Spain), 10.VIII.1993. Cadaques Orchestra. Conductor: Philip Entremont.

Commissioned by the Castell de Perelada Festival.

Recordings: CD: RTVE Música

Score: Tritó


Exaltación de la memoria (90 a 90 para 90) (1994) 5´

(Exaltation of Memory (90 to 90 for 90)

3 (piccolos), 3( cor anglais), 4 (E flat clarinets, bass clarinet), 3(double bassoons), 4-4-3-1, 2 timpani, 4 percussionists, 16-14-12-10-8.

Premiere: Auditorio Nacional, Madrid (Spain), 9.11.1994. Madrid Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: José Ramón Encinar.

Commissioned by the Madrid Synphony Orchestra for its 90 th anniversary.

Dedicated to the Madrid Symphony Orchestra.

Recordings: RNE, A&B Master Records

Score: EMEC


Morada del canto (1994) 12´

(Residence of song)

2-2-2-2,2-2-0, timpani, strings.

Premiere: Sala Pleyel, Paris (France), 6.11.1994. Orchestre Symphonique Français. Conductor: Klaus Arp.

Commissioned by Orchestre Symphonique Français.

Recordings: CD: RTVE Música

Score: EMEC


Oculto Carmen (1995) 6´

(Hidden Garden)

(2-2-2-2,2,2,0), timpani, strings.

Premiere: Manuel de Falla Auditorium, Granada (Spain), 14.X.1995. Granada City Orchestra. Conductor: Josep Pons.

Commissioned by Granada City Orchestra for José García Román’s 50 th birthday.

Dedicated to José García Román.

Recordings: RNE. CD: Verso


Arbol de Arcángeles (1995) 8´

(The Archangel´s tree)

String orchestra.

Premiere: Auditorio Nacional, Madrid (Spain), 4.XI.1995. Granada City Orchestra. Conductor: Josep Pons.

Dedicated to José Luis Pérez de Arteaga.

Recordings: RNE, SWF. CD: Bis. CD: Phoenix

Score: EMEC


Miró Miroir (1995) 14´

( Miró Mirror)

(2-2-2-2.2-2-1), timpani, 2 percussionists, strings.

Premiere: Fondation Maeght de Saint Paul de Vance (France). Orchestre Régionale de Cannes, Provence Alpes Côte d´Azur. Conductor: Philippe Bender.

Commissioned by the Orchestre de Cannes.

Homage to Joan Miró on his centenary.

Score: EMEC


65 FDB 65 (1998) 4´

3 (piccolo)-3 ( cor anglais)-3 (bass clarinets)-3 (double bassoons), 4-2-2-1, timpani, 2 percussionists, strings.

Premiere: Berlin (Germany), 5.IX.1998. Radio Berlin Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos.

Dedicated to Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos on his 65 thbirthday.

Recordings: Radio Berlin, RNE

Score: EMEC


Sinfonietta No. 1 (Oscuro resplandor de la memoria) (1998-99) 20´

(Sinfonietta No. 1, The dark shining of memory)

2-2-2-2, 2-2-0, timpani, strings.

Premiere: Segovia (Spain), 17.VII.1999. Galicia Royal Philharmonia Orchestra. Conductor: José Ramón Encinar.

Dedicated to José Ramón Encinar.

Recordings: RNE. CD: Verso

Score: EMEC


Ritos de Paso (2000) 10´

(Rites of passage)

No text.

Mixed 8-voice chorus and orchestra, 3 (piccolos, flute in G), 2 ( cor anglais), 3 (E flat clarinet, bass clarinet), 2 (double bassoons)-4.3.-3.1,timpani, 2 percussionists, organ, strings.

Premiere: Madrid (Spain), 19.XII.2000. Chorus and Orchestra of the Community of Madrid. Conductor: José Ramón Encinar.

Dedicated to Miguel Groba.

Recordings: RNE

Score: EMEC


Puerta del Sol (2000) 10´

(Sun Gate)

No text.

Mixed 8-voice chorus and orchestra, 3 (piccolo, flute in G), 2 ( cor anglais), 3 (E flat clarinet, bass clarinet), 2 (double bassoons)-4.3.3.1, timpani, 2 percussionists, organ, strings.

Premiere: Madrid, 23.XII.2000. Spanish National Chorus and Orchestra. Conductor: Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos.

Commissioned by the Spanish National Chorus and Orchestra.

Dedicated to Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos.

Recordings: RNE

Score: EMEC


Senderos de libertad (Cantata para la constitución) (2003) 25´

(Paths of Liberty - Cantata for the Constitution)

Texts: Tomás Marco, the 1812 and 1978 Spanish Constitutions, Bernardo López García, José Espronceda, Manuel José Quintana, Juan Bautista Arriaza, Nicasio Gallego and Friedrich Schiller.

Soprano, speaker and orchestra (3-3-3-3, 4-3-3-1- trumpet and 3 percussionists, string, off-stage trumpet and 2 percussionists).

Premiere: Teatro Real, Madrid (Spain), 6.XII.2003. María José Montiel mezzo-soprano, José Luis Gómez speaker, Madrid Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Jesús López Cobos.

Commissioned by the Teatro Real.

Recordings: TVE

Score: EMEC


Miserere de Aguilar (2003) 17´

Mixed 4-voice chorus and orchestra (1.2.2.2.-2.2.1, timpani, 2 percussionists, strings).

Text from the Latin Miserere.

Premiere: Aguilar de la Frontera Church, Córdoba (Spain), 4.III.2005. The Caja Sur Opera Chorus, Córdoba Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: José Luis Temes.

Commissioned by Hermandad de Nuestro Señor Jesucristo en su Santo Sepulcro, Aguilar de la Frontera.

Dedicated to that institution.


Sinfonietta No. 2 (Curvas del Guadiana) (2003-2004) 18´

(Sinfonietta No. 2. - The curves of the Guadiana)

(2.2.2.2.-2.2.0- timpani, 2 percussionists, piano, strings)

Premiere: Cáceres (Spain), 11.VI.2004. Extremadura Orchestra. Conductor: Jesús Amigo.

Commisioned by the Extremadura Orchestra.

Dedicated to Jesús Amigo and the Extremadura Orchestra.

Recordings: RNE

Score: EMEC


Medianoche era por filo (2004) 7´

(Just midnight)

String Orchestra.

Premiere: Lluxent (Spain), 31.VII.2005. The Reina Sofia Chamber Orchestra. Conductor: Nicolás Chumachenko.

Dedicated to Humberto Orán on the 20 thanniversary of the Reina Sofia Chamber Orchestra.

Recordings: RTVE


Sinfonía No. 7 “Comoedia Milenni” (2000-2004) 40´

(Symphony No. 7 Comoedia Milenni)

1. Avernus 2. Limbus 3. Circuli Paradisi

Mixed Chorus and Orchestra 3-2-3-2, 4-3-3-1, timpani, 3 percussionists, piano, strings.

Premiere: Ljubljana (Slovenia), 17.XI.2005. Slovenia Philarmonic Chorus and Orchestra. Conductor: George Pehlivanian.

Dedicated to George Pehlivanian.

Recordings: RTV Slovenia

Score: EMEC


Del tiempo y la memoria (2006) 25´

(Of Time and Memory)

1. Lamento de Reyes 2. Fiesta 3. Arias y jotas

( 1. Kings´s Lamentation 2. Feast 3. Arias and jotas)

Soprano solo, consort (harp, accordion, alto saxophone, timpani , 3 percussionists), Orchestra (3-2-3-2, 4-3-3-1, timpani, 3 percussionists, strings without violins), 3 off-stage violins.

Premiere: Madrid (Spain), 1.XII.2006. Ofelia Sala soprano, Spanish National Orchestra. Conductor: Josep Pons.

Commisioned by the Spanish National Orchestra.

Recordings: RNE

Score: EMEC


Ojo de Horus (2008) 10´

(Horus’ Eye)

3-2-3-2, 3-2-3-1, timpani, 2 percussionists, strings.

Premiere: Madrid (Spain), 4.XII.2008. Philharmonia Orchestra. Conductor: Pascual Osa.

Commissioned by Siemens, Spain.

Dedicated to Pascual Osa.

Recordings: Siemens, Spain.

Score: EMEC


Sinfonía No. 8, Gaia´s Dance (2008) 21'

(Symphony No. 8 - Gaia´s Dance)

1. Gondwana 2. Laurasia 3. Pangea

2-2-2-2, 2-2-2-0, timpani, 3 percussionists, strings.

Premiere: Pamplona (Spain), 17.VI.2009. Navarra Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Ernest Martínez Izquierdo.

Commissioned by AEOS- Autor Foundation.

Dedicated to Ernest Martínez Izquierdo.

Score: EMEC


Sinfonía No. 9, Thalassa (2009) 23´

(Symphony No. 9 - Thalassa)

1. Nun 2. Okeanos

3-3-3-3, 4-3-3-1, harp, timpani, 3 percussionists, strings.

Premiere: La Coruña (Spain), 23.IV.2010, Galicia Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Víctor Pablo Pérez.

Commissioned by the Galicia Symphony Orchestra.

Dedicated to Víctor Pablo Pérez.

Score: EMEC


Tránsito del Señor de Orgaz (2010) 10´

(Death of the Lord of Orgaz)

String Orchestra.

Premiere: Quintanar de la Orden (Spain), 11.VII.2010. Castilla-La Mancha Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: José Ramón Monreal.

Commissioned by the Castilla-La Mancha Festival.


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TOCHO III)


2. Solo Instruments and orchestra

Quasi un Réquiem (Música celestial No. 3) (1965, rev: 1971) 18´

(Quasi un Réquiem - Celestial Music No. 3)

String quartet and string orchestra.

Premiere: Palais des Sports d´Orléans (France), 27.II.1972. Quatuor de l´ORTF, Ensemble de Cordes d´Orléans. Conductor: Fernand Vandenbogaerde.

Dedicated to Gerardo Gombau in memoriam.

Recordings: RNE-RAI-SRF

Score: Alpuerto


Vitral (Música celestial No. 1) (1968-1969) 16´

(Glass window - Celestial Music No. 1)

Organ and string orchestra.

Premiere: Cuenca Sacred Music Week. Old Church of San Miguel, Cuenca (Spain), 28.III.1972. Ramón González de Amezúa, organ, Chamber Group of the City of Barcelona Orchestra. Conductor: José María Franco Gil.

National Music Award 1969.

Recordings: RNE

Score: Salabert


Concierto para violín y orquesta (Los mecanismos de la memoria) (1971-1972) 18´

(Concert for violin and orchestra - The mechanisms of Memory)

Violin solo, 2-2(cor anglais)-2 (bass clarinet)-2 (double bassoon), 4-3-3-1, h arp, timpani, 3 percussionists, strings.

Premiere: Festival de Royan, Casino de Royan (France), 19.IV.1973. Agustín León Ara, violin, Sarre Radio Orchestra. Conductor: Hans Zender.

Dedicated to Agustín León Ara.

Recordings: RNE-SRF

Score: Moeck Verlag


Concierto Guadiana (1973) 15´

(Guadiana Concert)

Guitar and String orchestra.

Premiere: The English Bach Festival. Church of Saint John’s Smith Square, London (UK), 5.V.1974. Timothy Walker, guitar, Orchestra of Saint John’s Smith Square. Conductor: Cristóbal Haffter.

Dedicated to Siegfried Behrend.

Commissioned by the English Bach Festival.

Recordings: RNE-SRF. LP: RCA. CD: Koch-Schwann

Score: Alpuerto


Concierto para cello y orquesta (1974-1976) 19´

(Concert for cello and orchestra)

Cello solo 2 –1 ( cor anglais)-2 (bass clarinet)-0. 0-0-0-0, 3 saxophones, timpani, percussionist, strings.

Premiere: Homage to Pau Casals, Palau de la Música Catalana, Barcelona (Spain), 14.V.1977. Lluis Claret, cello, City of Barcelona Orchestra. Conductor: Antoni Ros Marbá.

Dedicated to the memory of Falla and Casals.

2 ndInternational Award, Casals Centenary.

Recordings: RNE

Score: Alpuerto


Concierto Eco (1978) 23´

(Echo Concerto)

Amplified guitar and orchestra (3 flutes)-3(cor anglais)-3 (bass clarinet)-3 (double bassoon), 4-3-3-0, timpani, 3 percussionists, harp, strings.

Premiere: Smetana Theater of Prague (Czechoslovakia), 19.IX.1980. José Luis Lopátegui, guitar, Prague Radio Orchestra. Conductor: Frantisek Vajnar.

Dedicated to Narciso Yepes.

Commissioned by Czech Radio.

Recordings: RNE-CSR

Score: Suvini Zerboni


Concierto Austral (1981) 18´

(Austral Concerto)

Oboe solo and orchestra (3(piccolo)-3(cor anglais)-3 (bass clarinet)-3(double bassoon)-4-3-3-1, timpani, 2 percussionists, harp, piano, strings).

Premiere: Gulbenkian Festival, Lisbon (Portugal), Gulbenkian Auditorium, 9.VI.1982. Miguel Querol, oboe, Portuguese Radiotelevision Orchestra. Conductor: Luca Pfaff.

Dedicated to Laszlo Bohr.

Recordings: RDP-RNE

Score: Salabert


Concierto del alma (1982) 15´

(Soul Concerto)

Violin solo and string orchestra.

Premiere: Testimonium Festival, Israel, Tel Aviv (Israel), 30.I.1983. Yigal Tuneh, violin, Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Juan Pablo Izquierdo.

Commissioned by the Israel Testimonium Festival.

Dedicated to Víctor Martín.

Recordings: RNE-IBA-RDP. CD: Bis

Score: Salabert


Triple concierto (1987) 25´

(Triple Concerto)

Violin, cello, piano and orchestra (2-2-2-2. 2-2-1-0. timpani, percussion, strings).

Premiere: Teatro Calderón, Valladolid (Spain), 2.X.1988. Trio Mompou (Joan Lluis Jordá, Pilar Serrano, Luciano González Sarmiento), City of Valladolid Orchestra. Conductor: Luis Remartinez.

Dedicated to Trio Mompou.

Commissioned by Hazen for the City of Valladolid Orchestra.

Recordings: RNE-Radiodifusión Cubana. CD: Iberautor

Score: EMEC


Bastilles (1988) 10´

Harpsichord and string orchestra.

Premiere: Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid (Spain), 15.XI.1988. Menchu Mendizábal, harpsichord, Anton Webern Chamber Orchestra. Conductor: José Luis Temes.

Commissioned by Ville d´Avray (France).

Dedicated to Lucio Muñoz.

Recordings: RNE, SRF. LP: Discobi

Score: EMEC


Settecento (1988) 15´

Piano solo and chamber orchestra (2 oboes, 2 horns, strings).

Premiere: Murcia International Festival of Youth Orchestras, Casa de la Cultura, Los Alcázares, Murcia (Spain), 24.III.1989. Humberto Quagliata, piano, Murcia Festival International Youth Orchestra. Conductor: René Clément.

Commissioned by the Murcia International Festival of Youth Orchestras.

Recordings: RNE-RAI. CD: RCA

Score: BMG-Ariola


Terramar (Divertimento Concertante No. 1) (1992) 15´

Violin solo, harp, percussion and strings.

Premiere: National Concert Hall of Dublin (Ireland), 15.XI.1992. Roland Masin, violin, Degani Ensemble. Conductor: John Finucane.

Commissioned by Young European Strings “ Musical Messages” .

Recordings: RTE. CD: EMEC

Score: EMEC


Aurora (Divertimento concertante No. 2) (1992) 15´

Clarinet and String Orchestra.

Premiere: Suntory Hall, Tokyo (Japan), 15.X.1992. Adolfo Garcés, clarinet, Reina Sofia Chamber Orchestra. Conductor: Víctor Pablo Pérez.

Dedicated to Adolfo Garcés.

Recordings: RNE


Concierto del agua (1993) 25´

(Water Concerto)

1. Almadraba 2. Acuario 3. Anadiomena

(1. Tunny fishery 2. Aquarium 3. Anadiomène)

Guitar and string orchestra.

Premiere: Auditorio Nacional, Madrid (Spain), 11.X.93. Gabriel Estarellas, guitar, Reina Sofia Chamber Orchestra. Conductor: Odón Alonso.

Dedicated to Gabriel Estarellas.

Commissioned by BMW Ibérica.

Recordings: RNE. CD: Verso


Creación (1996) 25´

(Creation)

Organ, 3 trumpets, 3 trombones and 3 percussionists.

Premiere: Auditorio Javier Barros, Mexico City (Mexico), 14.XI.1996. Víctor Urbán, organ, Instrumental Ensemble. Conductor: Jorge Velazco.

Dedicated to Jorge Velazco.

Recordings: RNE


Palacios de Al-Hambra (1996-1997, second version 1999) 35´

(Al-hambra Palaces)

Two pianos and Orchestra (3 (piccolo)-3 (cor anglais)-3 (bass clarinet)-3 (double bassoon), 4-3-3-1, timpani, 3 percussionists, harp, celeste (inside piano), strings.

Premiere:

First version: Sarre Music Festival, Saarlouis (Germany), 18.VI.1999. Dúo Uriarte-Mrongovius, Orchestre Philarmonique de Lorraine. Conductor: Leo Kremer.

Final version: Granada International Festival, Carlos V Palace, Granada (Spain), 5.VII.2001. Dúo Uriarte-Mrongovius, BBC Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Sir Andrew Davis.

Dedicated to: Begoña Uriarte and Karl-Hermann Mrongovius.

Recordings: RNE

Score: EMEC


Algunos cantares (1997) 12´

(Some Songs)

Voice and string orchestra (other versions for voice and piano and for voice and 8 cellos).

Dedicated to Teresa Berganza.


Apoteosis del Fandango (1997-98) 24´

(Apotheosis of the Fandango)

Amplified harpsichord and orchestra (2(piccolo)-2(cor anglais)-2(bass clarinet)-2(double bassoon). 2-2-2-0, timpani , 3 percussionists, piano, strings.

Premiere: Auditorio Nacional, Madrid (Spain), 26.III.1998. Elisabeth Chojnacka, Harpsichord, Bilbao Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: José Ramón Encinar.

Dedicated to Madrid Complutense University Rector Rafael Puyol and Lecturer Emilio Casares.

Recordings: RNE. CD: A & B Master Records

Score: EMEC


Twilight birds (Pájaros crepusculares) (2000) 12´

Violin and two string groups.

Premiere: National Concert Hall, Dublin (Ireland), 14.I.2001. Roisin Walters, violin, Young European Strings. Conductor: Ronald Massin.

Commissioned by the European Union Culture 2000 Project.

Dedicated to Victor Martin on his 60 thbirthday.

Score: EMEC


De seda y alabastro (2001) 21´

(Of silk and alabaster)

Flute in G, two string groups and piano ad libitum.

Premiere: Stilwerk Forum, Berlin (Germany), 12.XII.2002. Angela Sondermann, flute, Deutsche Kammerorchester, Berlin. Conductor: Javier Jacinto.

Dedicated to María Antonia Rodríguez.

Score: EMEC


Laberinto marino (2001) 20´

(Marine Labyrinth)

Cello and two string groups.

Premiere: Príncipe Felipe Auditorium, Oviedo (Spain), 10.XII.2002. Dimitr Furnadjev, cello, City of Oviedo Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Gregorio Gutiérrez.

Dedicated to Dimitr Furnadjev and Carlos Prieto.

Recordings: CD: Verso

Score: EMEC


Doble concierto (Ensueño y resplandor de Don Quijote) (2004) 27´

(Double Concerto - Reverie and shining of Don Quijote)

Violin, cello and orchestra (1-.2-0-0. 2-.0-0-0, timpani, 2 percussionists, strings).

Premiere: Estío Musical, Burgos, Teatro Principal, Burgos (Spain), 3.IX.2004. Manuel Guillén, violin, Carlos Prieto, cello, Bilbao Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Pedro Halffter.

Commissioned by the Burgos Musical Summer.

Dedicated to Víctor Martín and Carlos Prieto

Score: EMEC


Vanitas con chaconas y folías (2005) 25´

(Vanitas with chaconas and folias)

Recorders and orchestra with cello obbligato and one off-stage violin .

Solo recorder and orchestra (2-2-2-2, 2-2-0-0, timpani, 2 percussionists, piano, cello obbligato, off-stage violin and strings).

Premiere: Auditorio Nacional, Madrid (Spain), 27.I.2006. Álvaro Marías, recorders, Community of Madrid Orchestra. Conductor: José Fabra.

Commissioned by the Community of Madrid Orchestra.

Dedicated to Álvaro Marías.

Recordings: RNE

Score: EMEC


CHORAL WORKS WITH OR WITHOUT INSTRUMENTS


Transfiguración (1973) 12´

(Transfiguration)

16 mixed-voice chorus.

Premiere: Church of San Jerónimo el Real, Madrid (Spain), 8.IV.1974. RTVE Chorus. Conductor: Alberto Blancafort.

Commissioned by Spanish National Radio.

Dedicated to my father’s memory.

Recordings: RNE-RDP-SDR-SR-SRF. CD: Cadenza. CD: RTVE


Ecos de Antonio Machado (Ópera Imaginaria No. 1) (1975) 28´

(Echoes of Antonio Machado - Imaginary Opera No. 1)

16 mixed-voice chorus (using small percussion) and organ.

Text: Antonio Machado.

Premiere: Juan March Foundation, Madrid (Spain), 17.XI.1975. Francisco Guerrero, organ, Choral Ensemble. Conductor: José María Franco Gil.

Commissioned by the Juan March Foundation.

Antonio Machado in memoriam.

Recordings: RNE. LP: RCA

Score: Alpuerto


Apocalypsis (1976) 34´

1. La visión 2. Los siete sellos 3. El Ángel exterminador 4. La Bestia 5. Las siete plagas de los siete ángeles 6. El reino milenario 7. El juicio

(1. The Vision 2. The Seven Seals 3. The exterminating Angel 4. The Beast 5. The Seven plagues of the Seven Angels 6. The Millennary Kingdom 7. The Judgment)

Text from the Apocalypsis of Saint John.

Speaker, 4 mixed-voice chorus and instruments (3 saxophones, 3 trumpets, 3 trombones, tuba, 3 percussionists, piano, organ).

Premiere: XV Cuenca Sacred Music Week, Old Church of San Miguel, Cuenca (Spain). Tomás Marco, speaker, Chamber Group from the National Chorus and Madrid Philharmonic Orchestra. Conductor: Isidoro García Polo.

Commissioned by the Cuenca Sacred Music Week.

Dedicated to Antonio Iglesias.

Recordings: RNE

Score: Alpuerto


Misa básica (1978) 15´

(Basic Mass)

1. Kirie 2. Sanctus 3. Benedictus

4 mixed-voice chorus.

Premiere: Liverpool Festival of Sacred Music. Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King of Liverpool (United Kingdom), 14.VII.1978. The Chorus of Brompton Oratory, London.

Commissioned by the Liverpool Festival of Sacred Music.

Recordings: RNE


Concierto Coral No. 1 (1980) 23´

(Choral Concert No. 1)

No text.

Solo violin and two choral groups.

Premiere: San Diego University of California (USA), 4.VI.1981. Janos Negyesy, violin, Chorus of the University. Conductor: Gabel.

Dedicated to Janos Negyesy.

Recordings: RNE–BR–CSR-HR-RDP

Score: EMEC


Aleluya (1981-1982) 7´

(Alleluia)

4 mixed voices.

Premiere: Youth Polyphony Encounter, Iglesia de los Paules, Cuenca (Spain), 18.IV.1982. Chorus of the Meeting. Conductor: Pablo López de Osaba.

Commissioned by the Meeting of Young Poliphony of Cuenca.

Dedicated to Pablo López de Osaba.

Recordings: RNE. LP: CFE


La Pasión según San Marcos (1983) 42´

(The Passion According to St. Mark)

Text from St. Mark.

Speaker, three 4 mixed-voice choral groups , 3 percussionists, 2 trumpets, 2 trombones.

Premiere: XXII Cuenca Sacred Music Week, Old Church of San Pablo, Cuenca (Spain), 2.IV.1983. Rafael Taibo, speaker, Chorus and Ensemble Pro Cantata. Conductor: Pascual Ortega.

Dedicated to Carmen and Carlos Gómez Amat.

Recordings: RNE. LP: Dial

Score: EMEC


Lua descolorida (1985) 8´

(Discolored Moon)

Text: Rosalía de Castro.

4 mixed-voice chorus.

Premiere: Concert in homage to Rosalía de Castro. Santiago de Compostela (Spain), 20.XII.1985. University Chorus of Santiago. Conductor: Maximino Zumalave.

Commissioned by Santiago de Compostela University.

Dedicated to the Santiago University Chorus.

Score: University of Santiago


Cuaderno coral (1996) 25´

(Choral Notebook)

1. Logia de espejos 2. Anillo de hechizos 3. Laberinto de plantos 4. Clamores y murmullos 5. Cortejo del viento

(1.Mirror L oggia 2. Bewitched Ring 3. Labyrinth of Lamentations 4. Clamours and Whispers 5. Procession of the Wind)

No text.

8 voice mixed chorus.

Premiere: Madrid (Spain), 29.XI.1996. Agrupación Coral de Cámara of Pamplona. Conductor: Maximo Olóriz.

Commissioned by the Pamplona Choral Chamber Group on its 50 thAniversary.

Dedicated to the Pamplona Choral Chamber Group.

Recordings: RNE


(S)otto voci(e) (2000) 12´

No text.

8 mixed voices (solo or chorus).

Premiere: Stuttgart (Germany), 3.XI.2000. Neue Vocalsolisten. Conductor: Manfred Schreier.

Commissioned by Neue Vocalsolisten, Stuttgart.

Dedicated to Paloma, Marta and José Luis García del Busto.

Recordings: RNE


Cristales de cancionero (2002) 17´

(Songbook crystals)

Folk texts from the “Cancionero de Olmeda” (Olmeda Songbook).

Three Choral Groups.

Premiere: Burgos (Spain), 6.IX.2002. Spanish National Chorus. Conductor: Reiner Stuebing-Negenborn.

Commissioned by the Burgos Musical Summer.

Dedicated: to the Centenary of the Olmeda Songbook and in homage to Carmelo Bernaola.


Canto de Madrid (2002) 5´

(Madrid Song)

Text: Carlos Gómez Amat.

4 mixed-voice Chorus.

Premiere: Casa de América of Madrid (Spain), 27.XII.2002. Orfeón de Castilla. Conductor: Marcos Vega.

Dedicated to Marcos Vega and the Orfeón de Castilla.

Recordings: CD: Saga


OBRAS PARA VOZ SOLA O CON INSTRUMENTOS ACOMPAÑANTES

WORKS FOR VOICE, SOLO OR WITH INSTRUMENTAL ACCOMPANIMENT


L´invitation au voyage(1971) 14´

(Invitation to the voyage)

Texts: Rimbaud, Carroll, Manrique, Dante, Goethe.

Soprano, 3 clarinets (E flat, B flat, bass), piano and 1 percussionist.

Premiere: Instituto de Cultura Hispano-Mexicano (Mexico), 29.IX.1971. Elisabeth Larios, soprano, Mexico National Orchestra Soloist. Conductor: Tomás Marco.

Commissioned by RTVE for the Prix Italia. Concert version commissioned by Jane Manning.

Dedicated to Antonio Iglesias.

Recordings: RNE-RAI, RDP. LP: RCA


Agur Gerardo (1972) 15´

(Farewell Gerardo)

No text.

Premiere: San Telmo Museum, San Sebastián (Spain), 1973. José Luis Ochoa de Olza, baritone.

Dedicated to the memory of Gerardo Gombau.

Recordings: RNE. LP: Edigsa


Retrato del poeta (1972-1973) 12´

(Portrait of the Poet)

Text: Gerardo Diego.

Soprano and piano.

Premiere: Concert in homage to Gerardo Diego, Club Urbis of Madrid (Spain), 20.II.1973. Isabel Penagos, soprano, Manuel Carra, piano.

Commissioned by Spanish National Radio’s Third Program.

Dedicated to Gerardo Diego.

Recordings: RNE

Score: Alpuerto


Ultramarina (Epitafio para Lope de Aguirre) (1975) 10´

(Ultramarine - Epitaph for Lope de Aguirre)

No text.

Soprano, piano, clarinet and 1 percussionist.

Premiere: Venice Biennale. Villa Cardellina Lombardi, Vicenza (Italy). Joan Logue, soprano, Ensemble of the International Anton Webern Orchestra, Biennale di Venecia. Conductor: Marcello Panni.

Commissioned by LIM and the Venice Biennale.

Dedicated to LIM and Marcello Panni.

Recordings: RNE-EPE-RAI. LP: RCA


Una música (1982) 14´

(A Music)

Text: Jorge Guillén.

Soprano and two instrumental groups (1. flute, oboe, clarinet, bass clarinet. 2. violins, viola, cello).

Premiere: Concert Homage to Jorge Guillén. Calderón Theatre, Valladolid (Spain), 12.XI.1982. Inmaculada Burgos, soprano, Grupo Koan. Conductor: José Ramón Encinar.

Commissioned by Valladolid City.

Dedicated to Jorge Guillén in memoriam.

Recordings: RNE


Milenario (1982) 26´

(Millenary)

No text.

Soprano, alto, tenor, bass and string quartet.

Premiere: Burgos Cathedral, 21.III.1983. Ana María Leoz, soprano, Esperanza Rumbau, mezzo, José Foronda, tenor, Miguel Sola, bass, string quartet. Conductor: José Foronda.

Commissioned by the City of Burgos for the Millennium of the founding of Burgos.

Recordings: RNE

Score: Burgos City. EMEC


Luar (1991) 10´

Text: Rosalía de Castro.

Soprano and guitar.

Premiere: Hostal de los Reyes Católicos, Santiago de Compostela (Spain), 21.VIII.1991. Ana Higueras, soprano, José Luis Rodrigo, guitar.

Commissioned by Música en Compostela.

Dedicated to Music in Compostela.


Romanzas Romances (1992-1993) 25´

1. Saette (text: Guido de Cavalcanti) 2. La vida es breu (text: Ausías March) 3. Vocalise I 4. O pracer de chegar a Patria (text: Luis de Camoes) 5. Vocalise II 6. Ballade des pendus (text: François Villon) 7. La flor de Gnido (text: Garcilaso de la Vega)

(1. Saette (text: Guido de Cavalcanti) 2. Life is short (text: Ausías March) 3. Vocalise I 4. The joy on reaching the motherland (text: Luis de Camoes) 5. Vocalise II 6. Ballad of the hanged (text: François Villon) 7. The flower of Gnido (text: Garcilaso de la Vega))

Soprano and piano.

Premiere: Galicia Auditorium, Santiago de Compostela (Spain) , 17.VIII.1993. María Orán, soprano, Miguel Zanetti, piano.

Dedicated to María Orán.


Dos Vocalises para voz sola (1992 –1993) 6´

(Two vocalises for solo voice)

No text (from Romanzas Romances).

Premiere: IV COMA Festival, San Fernando Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Madrid (Spain), 27.XI.2002. Pilar Jurado, soprano.

Recordings: RNE


A riveder le stelle (1993) 5´

Text: Tomás Marco.

Mezzosoprano and one percussionist.

Premiere: Nick Havanna, Barcelona (Spain), 30.V.1994. Anna Ricci, mezzo, Xavier Joaquín, percussion.

Dedicated to Anna Ricci and Xavier Joaquín.

Recordings: Catalunya Radio


Miró (Concierto armónico No. 1) (1993) 15´

(Miró, Harmonic Concerto No. 1)

1. Gota de agua sobre la nieve rosa 2. Mujeres rodeadas por el vuelo de un pájaro 3. Estrella azul sobre fondo rojo

(1. Drop of water on pink snow 2. Women surrounded by the flight of a bird 3. Blue star on a red background)

No text.

8 cellos and voice ad libitum.

Premiere: Begur (Gerona, Spain), 23.VII.1993. Iberian Cello Ensemble (without voice) . Conductor: Elías Arizcuren.

Dedicated to Joan Miró's Centenary.

Recordings: RNE. CD: Canal Grande


Tres cantos lunares (1994) 10´

(Three moon songs)

1. Lua descolorida 2. Muda la luna 3. Cando a luniña aparece

(1. Discolored moon 2. Change of moon 3. When the little moon apears)

Texts: Rosalía de Castro.

Soprano and piano.

Premiere:

1. Madrid (Spain), 5.XI.1994. María Orán, soprano, Miguel Zanetti, piano.

2. Madrid (Spain), 4.III.1995. María José Montiel, soprano, Miguel Zanetti, piano.


La rosa (1995) 4'

(The rose)

Text: Francisco de Rioja.

Mezzosoprano and piano (Baritone and piano version 2006).

Premiere: Conde Duque Auditorium (Madrid, Spain), 13.XII.2006. Alfredo García, baritone and Jorge Robaina, piano.

Dedicated to Teresa Berganza on her admission to the Royal Academy of Fine Arts.


Come un aria italiana (1995-96) 5´

(Like an Italian aria)

Text: Ludovico Ariosto.

Soprano and piano (Baritone and piano version, 2006).

Premiere: Madrid (Spain), 15.4.1997. María José Montiel, soprano, Miguel Zanetti, piano.

Commissioned by Spanish National Radio for the anniversary of Radio Two.

Dedicated to María José Montiel.

Recordings: RNE. CD: RTVE


Algunos cantares (1997) 10´

(Some songs)

Texts: Tomás Marco, based on folk tradition.

Voice and piano (versions for voice and string orchestra and another for voice and 8 cellos).

Premiere: Juan Bravo Theater, Segovia (Spain), 31.VII.1998. Teresa Berganza and Juan Antonio Alvarez Parejo.

Dedicated to Teresa Berganza.

Recordings: RNE


Algunos cantares (1997) 10´

(Some songs)

Texts: Tomás Marco, based on folk tradition.

Voice and 8 cellos (versions for voice and string orchestra and for voice and piano).

Premiere: Amsterdam Concertgebouw, 15.V.1998. Yum-Him Kee, soprano, Octeto Ibérico de Cellos. Conductor: Elías Arizcuren.

Dedicated to Elías Arizcuren and the Iberian Cello Ensemble.

Recordings: NOS


Los trabajos y los días (Soneto para Enrique) (1999) 7´

(The works and the days - Sonnet for Enrique)

Text: Luciano González Sarmiento.

Soprano, violin, cello and piano.

Premiere: Auditorio Nacional, Madrid (Spain), 3.IV.2000. María José Sánchez, soprano, Joan Lluis Jordá, violin, Dimitr Furdnadjeiv, cello and Luciano González Sarmiento, piano.

Dedicated to Enrique Franco on his 80 thbirthday

Recordings: RNE


Legest (2002) 5´

Text: Lewis Carroll.

Voice and piano.

Premiere: Nick Havana, Barcelona (Spain), 14.V.2002. Marta González, mezzosoprano, Carles Puig, piano.


Teatro de la memoria (2002) 60´

(Theater of Memory)

1. El silencio de las sirenas 2. Perfil de la caverna 3. Josefina la cantora 4. El retorno de Euclides 5. Iniquidad de la simetría 6. Esbozo de la noche 7. El juego de la casa china 8. Silueta de Ariel 9. Tornasol de la serpiente 10. Memorias convexas 11. Heracles y las Hespérides 12. Hasta que nos trague el olvido

(1. Silence of the Sirens 2. Profile of the Cavern 3. Josephine the singer 4. Return of Euclides 5. The Iniquity of Symmetry 6. Sketch of the Night 7. The Game of the Chinese House 8. Ariel’s Silhouette 9. The iridescence of the snake 10. Convex Memories 11. Heracles and the Hesperides 12. Until forgetfulness swallows us)

No text.

Soprano, 6 saxophones, 2 percussionists, piano and synthesizer.

Premiere: Auditorio Nacional, Madrid (Spain), 22.X.2002. Linda Mirabal, soprano, Sax Ensemble. Conductor: José de Eusebio.

Dedicated to all my friends on my 60 thbirthday.

Recordings: RNE. CD: Iberautor


Escenas de Segismundo (2003) 15´

(Scenes from Segismundo)

Text: adaptation of the opera Segismundo.

Voice and piano or other keyboard.

Premiere: Grutas de Cristal, Molinos (Aragón, Spain), 10.IX.2005. David Azurza, tenor and Pedro Arriero, piano.

Dedicated to David Azurza.


Círculo de Hai Ku(2007) 6´

(Hai ku Circle)

Text: Luis Alberto de Cuenca.

Soprano and piano.

Premiere: Madrid (Spain), 5.X.2007. Raquel Lojendio, soprano, Jorge Robaina, piano.

Recordings: RNE. CD: Autor


Y en un instante todo fue silencio(2009) 15´

(Suddenly all was silence)

Text: Luciano González Sarmiento.

Mezzosoprano and cello.

Premiere: Marcelino Botín Foundation, Santander (Spain), 8.III.2010. Marina Rodríguez Cusí, mezzosoprano, Dimitr Furdnajev, cello.

Dedicated to the memory of Enrique Franco.


WORKS FOR INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE

I. TWO INSTRUMENTS


Paso a dos (1968) 8´

(Two step)

2 pianos.

Premiere: Instituto Italiano, Madrid (Spain), 17.I.1968. Carles Santos and Tomás Marco, pianos (performed with the title Juegos Nocturnos , Night Games).

Recordings: RNE


Maya (1968-1969) 10´

Cello and piano.

Premiere: The Hague (Netherlands), 27.X.1970. Pedro Corostola, cello and Luis Rego, piano.

Dedicated to Pedro Corostola and Luis Rego.

Recordings: RNE-SRF. LP: RCA

Score: Moeck Verlag


Miriada (1969-1970) 10´

(Myriad)

Guitar and percussion.

Premiere: Darmstadt (Germany), 30.III.1971. Siegfried Behrend, guitar, Siegfried Fink, percussion.

Dedicated to Siegfried Behrend and Siegfried Fink.

Recordings: RNE-BR-RB. LP: Edigsa

Score: Zimmermann


Jetztzeit (1971) 12´

(Present time)

Clarinet and piano.

Premiere: Radio Bremen Studio, Bremen (Germany), 1.XI.1971. Heinz Deinzer, clarinet, Werner Heider, piano.

Dedicated to Heinz Deinzer and Werner Heider.

Recordings: RNE-BR. LP: RCA. CD: Ecca

Score: Moeck


Hoquetus (1973) 6´

(Hocket)

1, 2 or 3 clarinets.

Premiere: Casella Hall, Accademia Filarmonica Romana, Rome (Italy), 1.IV.1973. Jesús Villa Rojo, clarinet.

Dedicated to Jesús Villa Rojo.

Recordings: RNE. LP: EMEC. LP: Dial. CD: Ecca

Score: EMEC


Dúo concertante No. 1 (1974-1975) 10´

(Concertante duo No. 1)

2 guitars.

Premiere: University of Navarra, Pamplona (Spain), 14.IV.1975. Estela Pujadas and Jorge Labrouve, guitars.

Dedicated to the Pujadas-Labrouve Duo.

Recordings: RNE

Score: Alpuerto


Dúo concertante No. 2 (1976) 7´

(Concertante duo No. 2)

Violin and guitar.

Premiere: Carnegie Hall, New York (USA), 29.I.1977. Ruggiero Ricci, violin, Ernesto Bitetti, guitar.

Dedicated to Ruggiero Ricci and Ernesto Bitetti.

Recordings: RNE

Score: Salabert


Dúo Concertante No. 3 (1978) 6´

(Concertante duo No. 3)

Violin and piano.

Premiere: Ibiza (Spain), 7.II.1978. Adèle Auriol, violin, Bernard Fauchet, piano.

Dedicated to the Auriol-Fauchet Duo.

Recordings: RNE-SRF

Score: EMEC


Dúo concertante No. 4 (1980) 8´

(Concertante duo No. 4)

Viola and piano.

Premiere: Zaragoza (Spain), 14.X.1981. Emilio Mateu, viola, Luciano González Sarmiento, piano.

Dedicated to Emilio Mateu and Luciano González Sarmiento.

Recordings: RNE


Arias de aire (1986) 15´

(Arias of air)

Flute and piano.

Premiere: Albacete (Spain), 23,III.1987. Jorge Caryevschi, flute, Haakon Austbö, piano.

Dedicated to Jorge Caryevschi.

Recordings: RNE-NOS. LP: Mundimúsica

Score: Mundimúsica-Garijo


Kwaidan (1988) 7´

(Recited narrative)

Alto saxophone and piano.

Premiere: Tokyo (Japan), 14.VIII.1988. Manuel Miján, saxophone, Yukiko Endo, piano.

Dedicated to Manuel Miján.

Recordings: CD: RTVE

Score: Mundimúsica-Garijo


Luciérnaga furiosa (Dúo concertante No. 5) (1991) 10´

(Furious Firefly - Concertante duo No. 5)

Flute and guitar.

Premiere: Mexico City (Mexico), 18.V.1992. Marisa Canales, flute, Juan Carlos Laguna, guitar.

Commissioned by the Ibero-American Cooperation Institute for the V Centenary Commemoration.

Dedicated to Daniel Sanz.

Recordings: CD: Fundaciò Música Contemporània.


Fandangos, fados y tangos (1991) 15´

( Fandangos, fados and tangos)

Piano four hands or 2 pianos.

Premiere: Okayama (Japan), 2.X.1991. Humberto Quagliata and Daniel Stéfani.

Commissioned by Artistas Internacionales.

Dedicated to Daniel Stéfani.

Recordings: CD: Wergo

Score: Danbert


Anaconda (1991) 12´

2 percussionists.

Premiere: Barcelona (Spain), 18.V.1992. BCN Percussió Duo.

Dedicated to Xavier Joaquín.

Recordings: CD: Audiovisuales de Sarriá.


Aureola del alba (1992) 15´

(Sunrise aureola)

Clarinet and piano.

Premiere: Madrid (Spain), 7.XI.1992. Jesús Villa Rojo, clarinet, Gerardo López Laguna, piano.

Commissioned by the Community of Madrid for Seville Expo '92.

Dedicated to Adolfo Garcés.

Recordings: CD: Ecca


Academia Harmonica (1993) 12´

(Harmonic Academy)

2 violins.

Premiere: Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando, Madrid (Spain), 7.XI.1993. Polina Kotliarskaia and Francisco Comesaña, violins.

Dedicated to the San Fernando Royal Academy of Fine Arts and Francisco Comesaña and Polina Kotliarskaia.

Recordings: RNE


Glasperlenspiel (1994) 10´

(Glass Pearl Play)

2 pianos.

Premiere: Mercat dels flors, Barcelona (Spain), 15.1X.1994. Begoña Uriarte and Karl-Hermann Mrongovius, pianos.

Dedicated to the Uriarte Mrongovius Duo.

Recordings: Catalunya Radio; Bayerischer Rundfunk (Bavarian Radio), Munich (Germany). CD: Wergo.


Primer espejo de Falla (1995) 10´

(Falla´s First Mirror)

Cello and piano.

Premiere: Mexico City (Mexico), 22.III.1995. Carlos Prieto, cello and Edison Quintana, piano.

Dedicated to Carlos Prieto.

Recordings: RNE. CD: Urtext


Dúo concertante No. 6 (Musurgia universalis) (1995) 10´

(Concertante duo No. 6 - Musurgia universalis)

Violin and cello.

Premiere: Madrid Athenaeum (Spain), 26.XI.1995. Francisco Martín, violin, Belén Aguirre, cello.

Dedicated to Francisco Martín and Belén Aguirre.

Recordings: RNE


Florestas y Jardines (1997) 10´

(Glades and Gardens)

Bass clarinet and marimba.

Premiere: Museum voor Moderne Kunst, Arnhem (Netherlands), 7.IX.1997. Henri Bok, bass clarinet and Evert Lemair, percussion.

Dedicated to Nani Cisneros.


Pequeña serenata diurna (Eine Kleine Tagmusik) (1999) 8'

(Little day serenade)

2 Flutes.

Premiere: Aula Salinas, Salamanca (Spain), 22.XI.2000. Vicente Martínez and Vicente Martínez, flutes.

Dedicated to Liliana and Lothar Siemens.


Sonata para el Poniente (2000) 18´

(Sonata for sunset)

1. Antauro 2. Céfiro al orto 3. Tindaya 4. Brisa vesperal 5. Auranto

(1. Antauro 2. Zephyr on rising 3. Tindaya 4. Evening breeze 5. Auranto)

Flute and piano.

Premiere: Rachmaninov Hall, Moscow (Russia), 21.X.2000. María Antonia Rodríguez, flute, Aurora López, piano.

Dedicated to María Antonia Rodríguez and Aurora López.


Imprecación de Tindaya (2000) 4´

(Imprecation of Tindaya)

Flute and Guitar.

Premiere: Santander International Festival, Monasterio de Sueso (Spain), 25.VIII.2001. Angela Sonderman, flute,Wolfgang Weigel, guitar.

Dedicated to Carlos Cruz de Castro on his 60 thbirthday.

Recordings: RNE


Estudios intertextuales (2001) 18´

(Intertextual studies)

1. Gong 2. Tricotosa barroca 3. Flores de hielo 4. Slendro 5. Peces de plomo 6. Raganella sommersa

(1.Gong 2. Baroque knitting machine 3. Ice flowers 4. Slendro 5. Lead fish 6. Submerged ratchet)

2 pianos.

Dedicated to the Uriarte-Mrongovius Duo.


Iris (2002) 15´

Violin and piano.

Premiere: Coma Festival, Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando, Madrid (Spain), 27.XI.2002. Nuria Bonet, violin, Elena Santos, piano.

Dedicated to Víctor Martín.

Recordings: RNE


75 compases de ch para 75 años de C. H. (2005) 3´

(75 bars of ch for 75 years of C. H.)

Violin and Cello.

Premiere: Villafranca del Bierzo, León (Spain), 3.IX.2005. Xavier Gil, violin, María del Carmen Coronado, cello.

Dedicated to Cristóbal Halffter on his 75 thbirthday.


Tapices y disparates (2005) 10´

(Tapestries and nonsenses)

Violin and guitar.

Dedicated to José María Gallardo and Anabel García del Castillo.


La linea de Apeles (2009) 5´

(The line of Apeles)

Violin and viola.

Premiere: Madrid (Spain), 2.VI.2009. Manuel Guillén, violin, Rocío Gómez, viola.

Dedicated to Carlos Pérez Cancio on his 85 thbirthday.

Score: EMEC


Elegía Romana para Fernando Zóbel (2009) 10´

(Roman Elegy for Fernando Zóbel)

Flute and cello.

Premiere: Espacio Torner, Cuenca (Spain), 3.X.2009. Clara Andrada de la Calle, flute, Helena Andrada de la Calle, cello.

Dedicated to Fernando Zóbel on the 25th anniversary of his death.


Partita concertante (2010) 15´

1. Träumende Uhr 2. Gorjeos 3. Due note 4. De Profundis 5. Simile

(1. Dreaming watch 2. Bird warbles 3. Two notes 4. De Profundis 5. Simile)

Violin and viola.

Dedicated to Lea and Gabriel Estarellas Jr.



2. THREE INSTRUMENTS

Trivium (1962) 10´

(The three ways)

Piano, percussion and tuba.

Premiere: Duarte Pinto Coelho´s Home, Madrid (Spain), 21.III.1963. Chamber Ensemble. Conductor: Tomás Marco.


Algaida (1978) 8´

(Sandbank)

Ondes Martenot, piano and percussion.

Premiere: Semaines Musicales Internationales d’Orléans (France), 9.XII.1978. Trío Deslogères (Françoise Deslogères, Ondes Martenot, Guy Teston, piano, Michel Castaud, percussion).

Commissioned by Semaines de Musique Contemporaine d’Orléans (France).

Dedicated to Françoise Deslogères.

Recordings: RNE-SRF

Score: EMEC


Trío Concertante No. 1 (1983) 14 ´

(Concertante trio No. 1)

Violin, cello and piano.

Premiere: Caja Madrid Auditorium, Madrid (Spain), 16.III.1984. Trío Mompou.

Dedicated to the Mompou Trio.

Recordings: RNE. CD: RTVE

Score: EMEC


Trío Concertante No. 2 (1984) 15´

(Concertante trio No. 2)

Flute, violin and viola.

Premiere: Belgrade (Yugoslavia), 16.X.1984.

Commissioned by the City of Belgrade.

Dedicated to the 40 thAnniversary of the Liberation of Belgrade.

Recordings: RNE-JRT


Quinto Cantar (1988) 6´

(Fifth Song)

Violin, cello and piano.

Premiere: Santander Cathedral (Spain), 9.VIII.1988. Trio Mompou.

Dedicated to Federico Mompou in memoriam.

Recordings: LP: Etnos. CD: Iberautor


Aequatorialis (Trío Concertante No. 3) 14´

(Equatorial - Concertante trio No. 3)

Violin, clarinet and piano.

Premiere: Hardin Simmons University of Michigan (USA), 18.X.1990. Trío Verdehr.

Commissioned by Michigan State University.

Dedicated to the Verdehr Trio.

Score: Edipan


Tránsito del Equinoccio (Trio concertante No. 4) (1994) 10´

(Equinox transit - Concertante trio No. 4)

Viola, cello and double bass.

Premiere: Palazzo Communale di Recanati (Italy), 27,V.1994. Trio Contemporaneo Italiano (Maurizio Barbetti, viola, Luca Pinzini, cello, Corrado Canonici, double bass).

Dedicated to the Italian Contemporary Trio.


Verde viento (10 metáforas lorquianas) (1995-96) 15´

(Green wind – Ten Lorca metaphors)

(1. Lejana y sola 2. Muerte de perfil 3. Niños con blancas sábanas 4. Sangre cantando 5. Árboles de lágrimas 6. Guitarra bajo la arena 7. De plomo las calaveras 8. Elipse del grito 9. Caballo de nubes quietas 10. Un llanto como un río)

(1. Distant and alone 2. Death profile 3. Children with white sheets 4. Singing blood 5. Trees of tears 6. Guitar under the sand 7. Lead skulls 8. Ellipse of cry 9. Horse of still clouds 10. Plaint like a river)

For three guitars.

Premiere: Madrid (Spain), 9.III.1999. Cuarteto Antares.

Dedicated to the Antares Quartet.

Recordings: RNE

Score: Berben


Memorial de jardines secretos (2000-2001) 13´

(Memorial of Secret Gardens)

Clarinet (bass clarinet), guitar and bandurria (soprano and alto).

Premiere: Barcelona (Spain), 8.V.2001. Trio l´Aqüila.

Dedicated to Jorge Casanova and the Aqüila Trio.


Como un final (2007) 2´

(Like an end)

Violin, cello and piano.

Premiere: Santander (Spain), 22.X.2007. Trio Mompou.

Dedicated to the Mompou Trio on their 25 thanniversary.

Recordings: RNE. CD: Autor


Desgarradura (2007) 11´

(Laceration)

Violin, cello and piano.

Premiere: Madrid (Spain), 5.XII.2007. Trío Arbós.

Commissioned by the Arbós Trio.

Dedicated to the Arbós Trio.


Silabario de Babel (2009) 10´

(Babel´s Syllabary)

Flute, bass clarinet and piano.


3. FOUR INSTRUMENTS

Aura (1968) 16´

String quartet.

Premiere: Gaudeamus Festival Geertekerk, Utrecht (Netherlands), 7.IX.1969. Gaudeamus Kwartet.

Dedicated to Ricardo Bellés.

Gaudeamus Foundation Prize, Honour Prize from the Sixth Paris Biennale (France).

Recordings: RNE-NOS –SDR-SRF–SSR. LP: Hispavox. CD: Col-Legno


Rosa-Rosae (1968-1969) 18´

Flute, clarinet, violin and cello (visual version with light sculptures by Lugán).

Premiere: Teatro Tívoli, Lisbon (Portugal), 30.X.1969. Grupo Koan. Conductor: Tomás Marco.

Dedicated to María Rosa Cepero.

Recordings: RNE-RDP–SRF. LP: Hispavox. LP: MEC-Hispavox

Score: Salabert


Torner (1977) 10´

Harpsichord (or piano), violin, viola and cello.

Premiere: Musée Guimet de Paris (France), 7.II.1978. Elisabeth Chojnacka, harpsichord and the Trio de Paris.

Commissioned by the Association pour la Collaboration des Interprètes et Compositeurs (ACIC).

Dedicated to Gustavo Torner.

Recordings: RNE. LP: Acse-Movieplay. CD: ADDA

Score: EMEC


Tartessos (1979) 12´

4 percussionists.

Premiere: Lope de Vega Theater, Seville (Spain), 4.II.1980. Grupo de Percusión de Madrid. Conductor: José Luis Temes.

Commissioned by Radio France.

Dedicated to José Luis Temes and the Madrid Percussion Group.

Recordings: RNE-SRF


Espejo Desierto (1987) 14´

(Deserted Mirror)

String Quartet.

Premiere: Salle André Malraux, Bordeaux (France), 7.XII.1987. Cuarteto Arcana.

Commissioned by the Juan March Foundation, Madrid.

Dedicated to the Arcana Quartet.

Recordings: RNE-SRF. CD: Disques Montaigne. CD: Col Legno


Paraíso Mecánico (1988) 12´

(Mechanical Paradise)

4 saxophones.

Premiere: Boulogne sur Seine (France), 17.XII.1988. Quatuor Delangle.

Dedicated to Claude Delangle.

Recordings: RNE-SRF. CD: RTVE

Score: Henri Lemoine


Anatomía fractal de los ángeles (Cuarteto No. 3) (1993) 14´

(Fractal anatomy of angels - Quartet No. 3)

String Quartet.

Premiere: Almeida Theatre, London (U. K.), 27.III.1994. Brindisi Quartet.

Commissioned by the Ministry of Culture for the Spanish Arts Festival.

Dedicated to Cristina González del Rivero.

Recordings: RNE


Arboreal (Concierto armónico No. 2) (1993-1994) 12´

(Arboreal – Armonic concert No. 2)

4 guitars.

Premiere: Gran Teatro, Córdoba (Spain), 4.VII.1994. Cuarteto Asti.

Dedicated to Angelo Gilardino and the Asti Quartet.

Recordings: RNE

Score: Berben


Octopussy (1994) 10´

4 pianos or 2 pianos for eight hands.

Premiere: Fossano (Italy), 4.VI.1997. Insieme Pianistico Italiano.

Dedicated to the Italian Piano Ensemble.

Score: Danbert


Cuarteto No. 4 (Los desastres de la guerra) (1996) 15´

(Quartet No. 4 - The disasters of war)

String Quartet.

Premiere: Bien Aparecida, Santander (Spain), 24.VIII.1996. Cuarteto Paul Klee.

Commissioned by Santander International Festival.

Dedicated to José Luis Ocejo.

Recordings: RNE. CD: Col legno


Tercer Espejo de Falla (1996) 12´

(Falla´s Third mirror)

4 clarinets alternating with 4 basset horns.

Premiere: Juan March Foundation, Madrid (Spain), 29.I.2000. Cuarteto Manuel de Falla.

Dedicated to Adolfo Garcés and the Manuel de Falla Quartet.

Recordings: RNE


Mareas de cristal (1999) 15´

(Crystal Tides)

Violin, cello, piano and percussion (silent instruments, possible with normal instruments).

Premiere: 48 thSantander International Festival, Santander Cathedral (Spain), 13.VIII.1999. Trio Mompou and Juanjo Guillem.

Commissioned by the Hazen Foundation.

Dedicated to Leopoldo Hontañón.

Recordings: RNE


Resonantes fanfarrias del mar (Quartet with piano) (2003) 14´

(Resonant fanfares of the sea)

Violin, viola, cello and piano.

Premiere: Auditorio Nacional, Madrid (Spain), 16.VI.2004. Trio Mompou and Emilio Mateu, viola.

Dedicated to José Luis Ocejo on his 25th anniversary as director of FIS.


Cuarteto No. 5 (Memorial del olvido) (2007) 15´

(Quartet No. 5 - Memorial to Oblivion)

String quartet.

Premiere: Santander (Spain), 26.VII.2009. Cuarteto Albéniz.

Commissioned by the Albéniz Foundation.

Dedicated to Paloma O´Shea.


Siete Rubayats (2008) 10'

(Seven Rubayats)

Cello and flute, oboe, clarinet.

Premiere: Madrid (Spain), 21.XI.2008. (Adolfo Salazar Conservatory Lecturers).

Dedicated to the memory of Adolfo Salazar.

Recordings: RNE


4. FIVE OR MORE INSTRUMENTS


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4. FIVE OR MORE INSTRUMENTS


Roulis-Tangage (1962-1963) 10´

(Roll-Reeling)

Trumpet, piano, cello, guitar, electric guitar, vibraphone and percussion.

Premiere:

Roulis: Madrid (Spain), 13.VI.1963.

Complete: Institut Français, Madrid (Spain), 13.XII.1965. Instrumental Ensemble. Conductor: José María Franco Gil.

Commissioned by Tiempo y Música.


Car en effet… (1965) 10´

(For, in fact)

3 clarinets and 3 saxophones.

Premiere: IV Pan-American Festival, Washington (USA), 17.VI.1968. Instrumental Ensemble. Conductor: Enrique García Asensio.

Dedicated to Pierre Boulez.

Score: Salabert


Schwann (Ein Liebeslied) (1966) 9´

(Swan, a love song)

Flute, trombone, piano, violin, viola, cello.

Premiere: Concert Homage to Prince José Eugenio of Bavaria, Madrid Athenaeum (Spain), 23.XI.1966. Instrumental Ensemble. Conductor: Gerardo Gombau.

Commissioned by the Aula de Música of the Madrid Athenaeum.


Kukulcán (1969-1972) 10´

(Kukulkan)

Wind Quintet.

Premiere: Institut Français, Madrid (Spain), 8.III.1972. Quinteto Koan.

Dedicated to Emilia and Rodolfo Halffter.

Recordings: RNE. LP: RCA

Score: Moeck Verlag


Albor (Noli tangere meos circolos) (1970) 9´

(Dawn - Do not disturb my circles)

Flute, clarinet, violin, cello and piano.

Premiere: Deutsche Kukturinstitut in the Barcelona Senior Technical School of Industrial Engineers (Spain), 19.XI.1970. Diabolus in Musica. Conductor: Joan Guinjoan.

Commissioned by Diabolus in Musica.

Dedicated to Bela Bartók and Anton Webern on the 25 thanniversary of their deaths.

Recordings: RNE-SRF-TVR. LP: EMEC

Score: EMEC


Necronómicon (Coreografía para seis percussionistas) (1971) 18´

Necronomicon (Choreography for 6 percussionist)

Movements I. II. III. IV

6 percussionists.

Premiere: XX Granada Festival of Music and Dance, Patio de los Leones, La Alhambra, Granada (Spain), 7.VII.1971. Les Percussions de Strasbourg.

Commissioned by the Commissioner General of Music for the Third Toledo Ten Days of Music (Spain).

Recordings: RNE-SRF

Score: Salabert


Nuba (1973) 11´

Flute, oboe, clarinet, violin, cello and percussion.

Premiere: Auditorium of the Caja de Ahorros de Galicia, Santiago de Compostela (Spain), 23.V.1973. Diabolus in Musica. Conductor: Joan Guinjoan.

Commissioned by Lisbon Philharmonic.

Dedicated to Luis Izquierdo.

Recordings: RNE. LP: RCA

Score: Moeck Verlag


Arcadia (1975) 10´

Variable ensemble of strings, winds and keyboards.

Premiere: Zagreb Muzicki Biennale Vatroslav Lisinki mala dvorana (Yugoslavia), 13.V.1975. Grup Acezantez. Conductor: Dubravko Detoni.

Commissioned by the Zagreb Biennale.

Dedicated to Dubravko Detoni and to the Acezantez Group.

Recordings: RNE-JRT-RAI-SRF

Score: Alpuerto


Autodafé (Concierto barroco No. 1) (1975) 17´

(Auto-da-fe – Baroque concert No. 1)

Solo piano, organ obbligato and 3 instrumental groups (I. Flute, clarinet, trumpet, percussion and double bass. II. Oboe, clarinet, horn, percussion and cello. III Bassoon, trombone, percussion and double bass) and an echo of 3 violins.

Premiere: Teatro Real, Madrid (Spain), 2.XII.1975. Jean Pierre Dupuy, piano, Instrumental Ensemble. Conductor: José María Franco Gil.

Dedicated to Jean Pierre Dupuy.

Golden Harp Award of the Spanish Confederation of Savings Banks, 1975.

UNESCO International Composer’s Rostrum Award, 1976.

Recordings: RNE-RAI-SRF-JRT. LP: RCA. CD: Hyades SGAE

Score: Alpuerto


Tauromaquia (Concierto barroco No. 2) (1976) 11´

(Bullfighting - Baroque concert No. 2)

Piano four hands and ensemble (1-1-1-1. 1-1-1-0. percussion 1-0-0-1-0).

Premiere: Auditorium, Musée d´Art Moderne, Paris (France), 2.III.1997. Solar Vortices Ensemble. Conductor: Jacques Mercier.

Dedicated to José Ramón Encinar and the Koan Group.

Recordings: RNE-SRF. LP: Grabaciones Accidentales. CD: EMEC

Score: Alpuerto


Locus Solus (1978) 12´

Flute, clarinet, bassoon, trumpet, trombone, piano, violin, viola, cello and double bass.

Premiere: Festival de Saintes, Eglise Abbatiale de Saintes, (France), 18.VII.1978. Grupo Koan. Conductor: José Ramón Encinar.

Commissioned by the Saintes Festival.

Dedicated to Harry Halbreich.

Recordings: RNE-SRF. LP and CD: Grabaciones Accidentales

Score: Alpuerto


Espejo Velado (1982) 14´

(Veiled Mirror)

Double wind quintet.

Premiere: Netherlands Radio Auditorium, Hilversum (Netherlands), 7.I.1983. The Netherlands Radio Wind Ensemble. Conductor: David Porcelijn.

Commissioned by NOS, Netherlands Radio and Television.

Dedicated to Edu Verhulst.

Recordings: RNE-NOS

Score: EMEC


Quinteto Filarmónico (1984) 15´

(Philharmonic Quintet)

Flute, harp, violin, viola and cello.

Premiere: Teatro Principal, Zaragoza (Spain), 12.X.1985. Syrinx Quintet of London.

Commissioned by the Banco de Bilbao Foundation for the Syrinx Quintet.

Dedicated to the Syrinx Quintet.

Recordings: RNE-BBC

Score: BMG-Ariola


Diwanes y qasidas (1987) 9´

(Diwans and qasidas)

Flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, piano, violin, viola, cello and double bass.

Premiere: Festival of Strasbourg (France), 25.IX.1987. Grupo Círculo. Conductor: José Luis Temes.

Dedicated to José Luis Yuste.

Recordings: RNE-RAI-SRF. LP and CD: Grabaciones Accidentales


Espejo de viento (1988) 15´

(Wind Mirror)

12 saxophones.

Premiere: Morcenx (France), 24.VIII.1989. Londeix Ensemble. Conductor: Jean Marie Londeix.

Dedicated to Jean Marie Londeix.

Recordings: RNE-SRF

Score: Salabert


La periphérie du Paradis (1988) 30´

(Paradise periphery)

6 groups of 6 or more players each.

Premiere: Centre Eric Satie at Paris-Blanc Mesnil (France), 12.II.1989. Group of Students and Lecturers from the Eric Satie Centre. Conductor: Fernand Vandenbogaerde.

Commisisoned by the Eric Satie Centre and the French Ministry of Education.


Almagesto (1989) 15´

( Almagest)

4 instrumental soloists and 2 echoes ad libitum.

Version I: Clarinet, piano, double bass and percussion.

Version II: Clarinet, piano, double bass, percussion and 2 instrumental echoes (I: violin, viola and cello. II: oboe, clarinet and bassoon)

Premiere: Salle André Malraux, Bordeaux (France), 12.XII.1989. Ensemble Musiques Nouvelles. Conductor: Michel Fusté-Lambezat.

Commissioned by the Oporto Music Office (Portugal).

Dedicated to Álvaro Salazar.

Recordings: SRF. CD: Grabaciones Accidentales


Recóndita Armonía (Sinfonía de cámara No. 1) 15´

(Recondita Armonia - Chamber Symphony No. 1)

1-1-1(bass clarinet.)-1. 1-1-0-0. harpa, piano, guitar, percussionist 2-0-1-1-1.

Premiere: Castello di Rivoli Museum (Italy), 22.V.1990. Carme Ensemble. Conductor: Luca Pfaff

Commissioned by the Castello di Rivoli Museum.

Dedicated to Maritxu Guler.

Recordings: Catalunya Radio. CD: EMEC

Score: EMEC


Memoria deshabitada (1990) 27´

(Deserted memory)

String sextet.

Premiere: Fine Arts Circle, Madrid (Spain), 6.XII.1990. Lille AIEC Sextet.

Commissioned by Lille AIEC.

Dedicated to the Lille AIEC Sextet.

Recordings: RNE-SRF. CD: RCA.

Score: BMG-Ariola


Miró (Concierto armónico No. 1) (1993) 12´

(Miró – Harmonic Concerto No. 1)

1. Gota de agua sobre la nieve rosa 2. Mujeres rodeadas por el vuelo de un pájaro 3. Interior holandés 4. Estrella azul sobre fondo rojo

(1. Drop of water on pink snow 2. Women surrounded by the flight of a bird 3. Dutch interior 4. Blue star on a red background)

8 cellos and voice ad líbitum.

Premiere: Begur (Spain), 23.VII.1993. Conjunto Ibérico de Violonchelos. Conductor: Elías Arizcuren.

Dedicated to the centenary of Joan Miró.

Recordings: RNE. CD: Canal Grande


Paraíso dinámico (1993) 10´

(Dynamic Paradise)

4 saxophones, piano and 2 percussionists.

Premiere: IRCAM, Paris (France), 17.I.1994. Sax Ensemble.

Dedicated to Francisco Martínez and Sax Ensemble.

Recordings: Radio France, RNE

Score: Piles


E un passo sfiorava l’ arena... (Sinfonía de cámara No. 2) (1994) 12´

(E un passo sfiorava la rena... Chamber Symphony No. 2)

(1-1-1-1.1-0-1, percussionist, piano, strings (1-1-1-1).

Premiere: Halle (Germany), 31.1.1995. Ensemble Konfrontation. Conductor: Thomas Müller.

Commissioned by Halle Neue Musik Gessellschaft.

Dedicated to Félix Palomero.

Recordings: CD: EMEC

Score: EMEC


Segundo Albor (1995) 10´

(Second dawn)

Flute, clarinet, violin, cello and piano.

Premiere: Marble Hall, Magyar Radio, Budapest (Hungary), 1.X.1995. Instrumental Ensemble. Conductor: Zsolt Serei.

Commissioned by Barcelona 216 for its 10 thanniversary.

Dedicated to Barcelona 216 and to the 50th anniversary of Bartók and Webern.

Recordings: MR, RNE. CD: Magyar Radio


Detrás de los árboles (1995) 14´

(Behind the trees)

Brass quintet (on paintings by Rafael Ubeda).

Premiere: Galicia Auditorium, Santiago de Compostela (Spain), 23.III.1996. Quinteto Santa Cecilia de Ferrol.

Dedicated to Rafael Ubeda.


Segundo espejo de Falla (1996) 11´

(Falla´s Second Mirror)

(1-1-1-0, 0-0-0-0, 1-1-1-1-1).

Premiere: Segovia (Spain), 24.IV.1996. Segovia Ensemble. Conductor: Flores Chaviano.

Commissioned by the Musica Presente/Musica in Europe Project of La Scala de Milano.

Dedicated to Flores Chaviano and to the Segovia Ensemble.

Recordings: RNE. CD: CGC

Score: EMEC


La nuit de Bordeaux (Aguafuerte goyesco) (1998) 18´

(Bordeaux Night, Goya etching)

Guitar and string quartet.

Premiere: 170 thanniversary of Goya’s death, Eglise de Notre Dâme de Bordeaux (France), 16.IV.1998. Olivier Chassain, guitar, Quatuor d´Aquitanie.

Commissioned by the City of Bordeaux for the Goya anniversary.

Recordings: RNE –SRF


Rosa de los vientos (1999) 15´

(Rose of winds)

1. Horizonte de alientos 2. Nanas y pájaros 3. Estrellas de lluvia

(1. Horizon of Breaths 2. Lullabies and Birds 3. Rain stars)

For an orchestra of 25 flutes.

Premiere: European Flute Festival, Hochschule für Musik un Darstellende Kunst, Mozartsaal, Frankfurt am Main (Germany), 18.III.1999. Nederlandsch Fluitorchestrer. Conductor: Jorge Caryevschi.

Commissioned by the Netherlands Flute Orchestra.

Dedicated to María Rosa on her 50 thbirthday.

Recordings: HR


Deus ex-BACHina (Grande partita sopra IL NOMINE) (1999-2000) 30´

(Deus ex-BACHina - Grand partita on THE NAME)

1. Preludio fugato 2. Gigas 3. Corales 4. Sarabandas 5. Torso di Ciaccona

1. Preludio fugato 2. Gigues 3. Chorales 4. Sarabande 5. Torso of chaconne

Flute, oboe, clarinet, piano, marimba, violin and cello.

Premiere: Marcelino Botín Foundation Hall, Santander (Spain), 24.V.2000. Orchestra of Bilbao Ensemble. Conductor: Ramón Lazkano.

Commissioned by Marcelino Botín Foundation for the Bach year.

Dedicated to Guillermo García Alcalde.

Recordings: RNE

Score: EMEC


Corolas, Corales, Colores (2000)

(Corollas, Chorales, Colors)

4 saxophones, piano and bass marimba.

Premiere: Teatro Monumental, Madrid (Spain),18.XII.2000. Sax Ensemble. Conductor: José de Eusebio.

Dedicated to Luis de Pablo on his 70 thbirthday.

Recordings: RNE


Acantilados de bronce (2000-2001) 15´

(Bronze cliffs)

5 percussionists.

Premiere: Juan March Foundation Auditorium, Madrid (Spain), 24.V.2003. Grupo Neopercusión. Conductor: Juanjo Rubio.

Dedicated to the Neopercusion Group.


Mapas del aire (2004) 14´

(Maps of the Air)

1. Chacona-rock 2. Canzone 3. Moto perpetuo

Wind Ensemble (2.2.2.2-2.2.2.2).

Premiere: Altea Auditorium, (Spain), 21.VI.2004. Conjunto Mare Nostrum. Conductor: Bernardo Adam Ferrero.

Dedicated to Bernardo Adam Ferrero and the Mare Nostrum Ensemble.


Veinte sonetos de amor para una danza esperanzada (2004) 15´

(Twenty love sonnets for a hopeful dance)

(Homenaje a Pablo Neruda)

(Homage to Pablo Neruda)

1-1-1-1. 0-0-0-0. piano, percussionist 1.1.1.1.

Premiere: Zaragoza Auditorium, (Spain), 23.XI.2004. Zaragoza Auditorium Chamber Orchestra, Grupo Enigma. Conductor: Juan José Olives.

Dedicated to Juan José Olives.

Recordings: RNE

Score: EMEC


Noche de ardiente soledad sonora (2005) 8´

(Night of ardent sonorous solitude)

Flute, oboe, clarinet, piano, violin, viola and cello.

Premiere: Thyssen Museum, Madrid (Spain), 19.VI.2005. Plural Ensemble. Conductor: Fabián Panisello.

Dedicated to Cristóbal Halffter on his 75 thbirthday.

Recordings: RNE


Río Grande (Wad al Kbir) (2005-2006) 18´

(Big River - Wad al Kbir)

1. a La lluvia en Sevilla… b …es pura maravilla… 2. Marisma 3. Fiestas cercanas

(1. a The rain in Seville… b …it is a pure wonder…2. Swamp 3. Nearby feasts)

Flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, piano, percussion, 2 violins, viola, cello.

Premiere: Joaquín Turina Hall, Seville (Spain), 23.V.2006. Seville Soloists. Conductor: Miguel Ángel Gris.

Commissioned by the El Monte Foundation.

Dedicated to Miguel Ángel Gris and the Seville Soloists.


Como la mar Océana (2006) 12'

(Like the oceanic sea)

Flute (piccolo), clarinet (bass clarinet and E flat clarinet), tenor saxophone (alto), piano, 1 percussionist, violin and cello.

Premiere: Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Spain), 14.VI.2006. Las Palmas Contemporary Ensemble. Conductor: José Brito.

Dedicated to Juan José Falcón on his 70 thbirthday.


Materia Cósmica (2006) 8´

(Cosmic Matter)

Clarinet, alto saxophone, piano, violin and cello.

Premiere: San Vicente de la Barquera, Cantabria (Spain), 16.VIII.2007. Grupo Cosmos. Conductor: Carlos Galán.

Dedicated to María Luisa and Carlos Galán on Cosmos Group’s 20th anniversary.

Recordings: RNE


Noch zwei minuten mit Wolfgang (2006) 2´

(Two minutes more with Wolfgang)

Flute, clarinet, vibraphone, piano, violin and cello.

Premiere: Cagliari (Italy), 16.XI.2006. Palestrina Ensemble.

Commissioned by Cagliari Spaziomusica.


Through the Looking-Brahms (2010) 4´

(Fanfare on Brahms’ Symphony No. 1)

4 horns, 2 trumpets, 2 trombones, timpani.

Premiere: Dresden (Germany), 28.VIII.2010. Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra. Conductor: Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos.

Dedicated to Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos.


WORKS FOR SOLO INSTRUMENT

1.PIANO

Piraña (1965) 10´

(Piranha)

Premiere: German Institute, Madrid (Spain), 6.XII.1965. Juan Hidalgo, piano.

Dedicated to Juan Hidalgo.

Recordings: RNE


Fetiches (1967-1968) 6´

(Fetishes)

Premiere: Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam (Netherlands), 31.III.1968. Pedro Espinosa, piano.

Dedicated to Pedro Espinosa.

Recordings: RNE-NOS-RAI-SRF. LP: Movieplay. CD: Discobi. CD: Verso

Score: EMEC


Evos (1970) 20´

(Eras)

Premiere: Radio Bremen (Germany), 1970. Alexandre Hrisanide, piano.

Dedicated to Alexandre Hrisanide.

Recordings: RNE-RB-SRF

Score: Alpuerto


Temporalia (1974) 14´

Premiere: Institut Français, Madrid (Spain), 18.IV.1975. Jean Pierre Dupuy, piano.

Dedicated to Jean Pierre Dupuy and Perfecto García Chornet.

Recordings: RNE-SRF-RAI. CD: Discobi

Score: Moeck Verlag


Sonata de Vesperia (1977) 14´

(Vesperia Sonata)

Premiere: London (U. K.), 13.III.1978. Rafael Orozco, piano.

Dedicated to Rafael Orozco.

Recordings: RNE-SRF-RAI-NOS. CD: Discobi

Score: EMEC


Campana Rajada (1980) 12´

(Cracked Bell)

Premiere: Paris (France), 27.II.1981. Jean Pierre Dupuy, piano.

Commissioned by the Association pour la Collaboration des Interprètes et Compositeurs (ACIC), Paris.

Dedicated to Humberto Quagliata.

Recordings: RNE-SRF-RAI. CD: Polimúsica. CD: Discobi

Score: Salabert


Soleá (1982) 8´

Premiere: Senior Music Conservatory, Seville (Spain), 20.I.1983. Perfecto García Chornet, piano.

Commissioned by the Directorate-General of Music and Theater in the Ministry of Culture for the Centenary of Joaquín Turina.

Dedicated to Pilar and Juan Antonio García Barquero.

Recordings: RNE-RAI-SRF. CD: Discobi. CD: Ecca. CD: Verso

Score: EMEC


Le Palais du Facteur Cheval (1984) 15´

(Postman Cheval´s Palace)

Premiere: Paris (France), 16.V.1984. Jean Pierre Dupuy, piano.

Commissioned by the Association pour la Collaboration des Interprètes et Compositeurs (ACIC), Paris.

Dedicated to Nicole Lachârtre.

Recordings: RAI-SRF. CD: Discobi

Score: Schott


Cuatro Cartas (1987) 14´

(Four letters)

1. Carta de Falla a Rubinstein 2. Carta sobre la Paz 3. Carta Triestina 4. Carta Americana

(1. Letter from Falla to Rubinstein 2. Letter about peace 3. Letter from Trieste 4. American Letter)

Premiere:

1. Aranjuez (Spain), 2.X.1987. Humberto Quagliata, piano.

2. Bilbao (Spain), 19.X.1987. Albert Nieto, piano.

3. Trieste (Italy), 8.VI.1987. Alexander Roj, piano.

4. Fine Arts Circle, Madrid (Spain), 16.V.1988. Jeffrey Jacob (first performance of the complete work), piano.

Dedicated: 1. to Paloma O´Shea. 2. to Albert Nieto. 3. to Chroma Association of Trieste. 4. to Jeffrey Jacob.

Recordings: RNE-RAI-SRF. LP: RCA. LP: Elkar (2). CD: Discobi

Score: BMG-Ariola


Hai Ku (1995) 2´

(Haiku)

Premiere: CAM Auditorium, Alicante (Spain), 27.IX.1995. Ananda Sukarlan, piano.

Commissioned by Cecilia Colien Honegger.

Dedicated to Cecilia Colien Honegger.

Recordings: RNE

Score: Cecilia Colien Honegger


Farruca (1995) 6´

Premiere: Luxembourg Radio Television Auditorium (Luxembourg), 9.II.1996. Humberto Quagliata, piano.

Dedicated to Humberto Quagliata.

Recordings: RNE-RTL

Score: Danbert


Elogio de Vandelvira (1998) 8´

(Praise of Vandelvira)

Premiere: Auditorium of the Conservatory of Music, Jaén (Spain), April 1999. Participants in the 41 stJaén International Piano Competition.

Commissioned by the 41 stJaén International Piano Competition, 1999.

Dedicated to the memory of the architect André de Vandelvira.

Recordings: RNE. CD: Premio Jaén. CD: Verso

Score: Jaén Provincial Authority


Sonata Atlántica (1999) 18´

(Atlantic Sonata)

1. Va y Ven 2. Mar de los ecos 3. Oleaje de olvidos y memorias

(1.Go and come 2. Sea of Echoes 3. Waves of forgetfulness and memories)

Premiere: Teatro Principal, Burgos (Spain), 6.VII.2000. Leonel Morales, piano.

Dedicated to Leonel Morales.

Recordings: RNE. CD: Verso

Score: EMEC


BACHground (2001) 7´

Premiere: San Fernando Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Madrid (Spain), 27.X.2001. Manuel Carra, piano.

Dedicated to Ramón González de Amezúa on his 80 thbirthday.

Recordings: RNE. CD: Verso

Score: EMEC


Jardín de Hespérides (2002) 6´

(Hesperides Garden)

Premiere: Guimerá Theater, Santa Cruz de Tenerife (Spain), 28.I.2003. Manuel Escalante, piano.

Dedicated to Manuel Escalante.

Recordings: RNE. CD: Verso

Score: Periferia


Tres piezas minuto (2002) 5´

(Three minute pieces)

1. Hai Ku 2. Nana para el soñar de Beatriz 3. Por el camino que alguna parte conduce

(1. Hai Ku 2. Lullaby for Beatriz’s dreams 3. Along the way to somewhere)

Compilation of earlier short pieces.

Premiere: Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Madrid (Spain), 27.XI.2002. Manuel Escalante, piano.

Dedicated: 1. to Cecilia Colien Honegger. 2. to Beatriz Temes Molleda. 3. to Carlos Galán.

Recordings: CD: Verso


La soledad del unicornio (2004-2005) 7´

(The solitude of the Unicorn)

Premiere: Barcelona (Spain), 7.VI.2005. Diego Fernánez Magdaleno, piano.

Dedicated to Josep Soler on his 70 thbirthday.

Recordings: Catalunya Radio

Score: Periferia


CGA 65 gotas del océano de la amistad (2005) 4´

(CGA 65 drops in the Ocean of friendship)

Premiere: Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Spain), 22.X.2005. Sergio Alonso, piano.

Dedicated to Guillermo García Alcalde on his 65 thbirthday.


Diferentes diferencias (2005) 6´

(Different Differences)

Premiere: Valladolid (Spain), 29.V.2006. Diego Fernández Magdaleno, piano.

Dedicated to Antonio Baciero on his 70 thbirthday.


Siluetas en el camino de Comala 2006) 7´

(Silhouettes on the way to Comala)

Premiere: University of Guanajuato (Mexico), 17.X.2006. Ana Cervantes, piano.

Dedicated to Ana Cervantes in memory of Juan Rulfo.

Commissioned by the Rumor del Páramo Project.

Recordings: CD: Quindecim


Giardini Scarlattiani ( Sonata de Madrid) (2006) 7´

(Scarlattian Gardens - Madrid Sonata)

1. Prado de San Isidro 2. Prado Viejo 3. Buen Retiro

(1. Saint Isidore's meadow 2. Old meadow 3. Buen Retiro)

Premiere: Madrid (Spain), 26.IX.2007. Brenno Ambrosini, piano.

To Brenno Ambrosini on the 250 thanniversary of Domenico Scarlatti’s death.

Recordings: RNE


Quodlibet (2007) 5´

Commissioned by the Guerrero Foundation.

Premiere: Madrid (Spain), 20.XI.2008. Xiaofeng Wu, piano.

Recordings: Guerrero Foundation

Score: Guerrero Foundation


Paso a nivel (2008) 5´

(Level Crossing)

Premiere: Barcelona (Spain), 9.VI.2008. Diego Fernández Magdaleno, piano.

Dedicated to Ramón Barce on his 80 thbirthday.


AGGA (2008) 5´

Premiere: Madrid (Spain), 18.II.2009. Diego Fernández Magdaleno, piano.

Dedicated to Agustín González Acilu on his 80 thbirthday.


Tocata en moto perpetuo (2009) 10´

(Perpetual motion toccata)

Dedicated to Horacio Lavandera.


Contorno de Planto (2009) 5´

(Contour of Planto)

Premiere: National Auditorium, Madrid (Spain), 14.XII.2009. Diego Fernández Magdaleno, piano.

Dedicated to Ramón Barce on the first anniversary of his death.


Nymphalidae (2010) 6´

(Nymphalidae - Three women for the Monarch´s Butterfly)

1. Malinche´s Butterfly 2. Sor Juana´s Butterfly 3. Adelita´s Butterfly

Premiere: Guanajuato (Mexico),19.X.2010. Ana Cervantes, piano.

Dedicated to Ana Cervantes.


Tangbanera (2010) 7´

Dedicated to Marisa Blanes and Luciano González Sarmiento.


2. GUITAR


Albayalde (1965) 6´

(Bright white)

Premiere: Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam (Netherlands), 30.XI.1969. Siegfried Behrend, guitar.

Dedicated to Siegfried Behrend.

Recordings: RNE-BR. CD: Caskabel

Score: W. Zimmermann


Naturaleza muerta con guitarra (Homenaje a Picasso) 14´

(Still life with guitar - Homage to Picasso)

Premiere: Castillo de Peñíscola, Castellón (Spain), 5.VIII.1975. Jorge Fresno, guitar.

Dedicated to Jorge Fresno.

Recordings: RNE-SRF. CD: Caskabel

Score: Alpuerto


Paisaje Grana (Homenaje a Juan Ramón Jiménez) (1975) 6´

(Purple Landscape - Homage to Juan Ramón Jiménez)

Premiere: Universidad Hispánica, Santa María de la Rábida, Moguer, Huelva (Spain), 21.VIII.1975. Jorge Fresno, guitar.

Commissioned by Santa María de la Rábida Hispanic University.

Dedicated to Juan Ramón Jiménez in memoriam.

Recordings: RNE-RAI-SRF. LP: RCA. CD: Caskabel. CD: Koch-Schwann

Score: Alpuerto


Sempere (1985) 7´

Premiere: CAM Auditorium, Alicante (Spain), 16.IX.1985. Nicolás Daza, guitar.

Dedicated to the memory of Eusebio Sempere.

Recordings: RNE-RIAS. LP: Emi-Electrola. CD: Caskabel. CD: Koch-Schwann

Score: Schott


Fantasía sobre fantasía (1989) 5´

(Phantasy on Phantasy)

Premiere: Cecilio Rodríguez Gardens, Madrid (Spain), 17.VIII.1989. Gabriel Estarellas, guitar.

Commissioned by the Andrés Segovia International Guitar Competition, Palma de Mallorca (Spain).

Dedicated to Gabriel Estarellas.

Recordings: RNE-RAI. CD: Caskabel.

Score: Berben


Sonata de fuego (1990) 23´

(Fire Sonata)

1. Agni 2. Fiammetta 3. Rescoldo 4. Llamarada

(1. Agni 2. Little flame 3. Embers 4. Blaze)

Premiere: Juan March Foundation, Madrid (Spain), 30.I.1991. Gabriel Estarellas, guitar.

Dedicated to Polita and Gabriel Estarellas.

Recordings: RNE-RTT-RAI. CD: Caskabel

Score: Arambol


Tarots (1991) 40´

1. Le bateleur 2. La Papesse 3. L’ Impératrice 4. L’ Empereur 5. Le

Pape 6. L’ amoureux 7. Le chariot 8. La justice 9. L’ hermite

10. La roue de la fortune 11. La force 12. Le pendu 13. La mort 14. La tempérence 15. Le diable 16. La maison de Dieu 17. L’etoile 18. La lune 19. Le soleil 20. Le jugement 21. Le monde 22. Le mat (Le fou)

(1. The Magician 2. The High Priestess 3. The Empress 4.The Emperor 5. The Hierophant 6. The Lovers 7. The Chariot 8. Justice 9. The Hermit 10. Wheel of Fortune 11. Strength 12. The Hanged Man 13. Death 14. Temperance 15. The Devil 16. The Tower 17. The Star 18. The Moon 19. The Sun 20. Judgement 21. The World 22. The Fool)

Premiere: Auditorio Nacional, Madrid (Spain), 10.IV.1992. Gabriel Estarellas, guitar.

Dedicated to Gabriel Estarellas.

Recordings: RNE, Caskabel

Score: Berben


Preludio para invocar la luz del día (1995) 6´

(Prelude to invoke the daylight)

Premiere: Institut Français, Madrid (Spain), 11.V.1995. Gabriel Estarellas, guitar.

Dedicated to Gabriel Estarellas.

Score: Berben


Preludio para despedir la luz del crepúsculo (1995) 6´

(Prelude to farewell the sunset light)

Premiere: Villa de Madrid Cultural Center (Spain), 30.III.1996. José Luis Rodrigo, guitar.

Dedicated to José Luis Rodrigo.

Score: Berben


Presto mormorando (1996)

(Quickly whispering)

Premiere: 45 thInternational Festival of Santander, Udalla Romanesque Church, Santander (Spain), 7.VIII.1996. Gabriel Estarellas, guitar.

Commissioned by Cecilia Colien Honegger.

Dedicated to Cecilia Colien Honegger.

Recordings: RNE. CD: Ed. Honegger

Score: Ed. Honegger


Partita de Espejos (1999-2000) 15´

(Mirror Partita)

1. Preludio de reflejos 2. Espejo de Oriente 3. Murmullo de espejos I 4. Espejo lejano 5. Murmullo de espejos II

(1. Prelude of Reflections 2. Orient Mirror 3. Mirror whisper I 4. Distant Mirror 5. Mirror whisper II)

Premiere: Juan March Foundation, Madrid (Spain), 4.IV.2001. Gabriel Estarellas, guitar.

Dedicated to Gabriel Estarellas.

Recordings: RNE

Score: EMEC


Rapsodia que mira al Sur (2001) 12´

(Rapsody looking South)

Premiere: Juan March Foundation, Madrid (Spain), 20.II.2002.

Dedicated to Gabriel Estarellas.

Recordings: RNE

Score: Peripheria


Cabalgata de Dulcinea y Aldonza (2005) 7´

(Cavalcade of Dulcinea and Aldonza)

Premiere: Udalla Romanesque Church, Santander (Spain), 20.VIII.2005. María Esther Guzmán, guitar.

Dedicated to María Esther Guzmán.

Recordings: RNE

Score: Periferia


Castillo de lágrimas (2006) 10´

(Castle of tears)

Premiere: Hall of the Real Maestranza de Caballería, Seville (Spain), 5.VI.2006. María Esther Guzmán, guitar.

Dedicated to María Esther Guzmán in memory of Manuel Castillo.

Recordings: RNE


Caro Bruno (Lettera aperta) (2009) 10´

(Dear Bruno - Open Letter)

For a guitarist.

Dedicated to Arturo Tallini in memory of Bruno Maderna.

Premiere: Florence (Italy), 26.I.2010. Arturo Tallini, guitar.


3.OTHER INSTRUMENTS


Octavario (1967) 4´

Flute with percussion ad libitum.

Premiere: Sportspalast, Darmstadt (Germany), 28.VIII.1967. Laszlo Schoka, flute.

Dedicated to Rafael López del Cid,

Recordings: RNE


Floreal (Música celestial No. 1) 8´

(Floreal – Celestial music No. 1)

1 percussionist.

Premiere: Nürnberg (Germany), VI.1969. Siegfried Fink, percussion.

Dedicated to Siegfried Fink.

Recordings: RNE-BR. LP: Grabaciones Accidentales. CD: Grabaciones Accidentales. CD: Audiovisuales de Sarriá

Score: Simrock


Astrolabio (1969-70) 9´

(Astrolabe)

Organ.

Premiere: Granada Cathedral (Spain), V.1971. Francisco Guerrero, organ.

Commissioned by Commissioner-General of Music for the inauguration of the new organ in the Palau de la Musica Catalana, Barcelona (Spain).

Dedicated to Karl Eric Welin.

Recordings: RNE-SR

Score: Ministry of Culture. Salabert


Reloj interior (1971, rev. 1993) 7´

(Internal clock)

Double bass.

Premiere: Juana Mordó Gallery, Madrid (Spain), 24.III.1971. Tomás Marco, double bass. Final version: The Music Loft, New York (USA), 15.XI.1993. Corrado Canonici, double bass.

Dedicated to Corrado Canonici.

Recordings: RNE-BRT-RTB

Score: Boileau


Akelarre (1976) 10´

(Witches Sabbath)

Any woodwind instrument and tape.

Premiere: Royan Festival, Château de la Roche Courbon (France), 23.VI.1976. Jesús Villa-Rojo, clarinet.

Recordings: RNE-SRF

Score: EMEC


Herbania (1977) 4´

Harpsichord.

Premiere: IV Menorca Festival of Music (Spain), 25.IX.1977. Eva Vicens, Harpsichord.

Dedicated to Elisabeth Chojnacka.

Recordings: RNE-PRT-SRF-SSR. LP: Erato. LP: RCA. CD ADDA

Score: Salabert


Sicigia (1977) 5´

(Syzygy)

Cello.

Premiere: Association Le Tríangle de Finestret (France), 27.VII.1978. Micheline Cumant, cello.

Dedicated to Micheline Cumant.

Recordings: RNE-SRF


Aria de la batalla (1979) 12´

(Battle Aria)

Organ.

Premiere: Graz (Austria) Musikprotokoll, 12.X.1979. Karl Eric Welin, organ.

Recordings: RNE-ORF


Zóbel (1984) 8´

Flute in G or C.

Premiere: Fine Arts Circle, Madrid (Spain), 26.VI.1984. Salvador Espasa, flute.

Dedicated to the memory of Fernando Zóbel.

Recordings: RNE. LP: Mundimúsica

Score: Mundimúsica


Floreal 2 (Con flores a Marías) (1989) 10´

(Floreal 2 - with flowers for Marías)

1. Margarita 2. Loto 3. Girasol 4. Dama de noche 5. Jazmín 6. Cactus 7. Camelia 8. Dalia 9. Azalea 10. Lavanda 11. Orquídea 12. Rosa

(1. Daisy 2. Lotus 3. Sunflower 4. Cestrum Nocturnum 5. Jasmine 6. Cactus 7. Camellia 8. Dahlia 9. Azalea 10. Lavender 11. Orchid 12. Rose)

Recorder.

Premiere: XXII Chamber Music Week, Segovia (Spain), Patio de Armas, Segovia Alcázar, 15.VII.1991. Álvaro Marías, recorder.

Dedicated to Álvaro Marías.


Toccata de plenilunio (1992) 20´

(Full Moon Toccata)

Violin.

Premiere: Amphitheater, Casa de America, Madrid (Spain), 18.10.1992. Manuel Enríquez, violin.

Dedicated to Christiane Edinger.

Recordings: RNE


Sonata da chiesa (1993) 15´

(Church sonata)

1. Inizio di Passacaglia 2. Recitativo come un aria variata 3. Notturno quasi un corale concertato 4. Toccata epitalámica a modo de finale

(1. Passacaglia beginning 2. Recitative like an aria variata 3. Nocturne quasi chorale concertato 4. Epithalamic toccata like a finale)

Organ.

Premiere: La Encina Basilica, Ponferrada, León (Spain), 6.X.1993. Christian Schmitt, organ.

Commissioned by León Cathedral International Organ Festival.

Dedicated to José Enrique Ayarra (the last movement to Rafael and Vicky Nebot for their wedding).


Itinerario del éxtasis (1994) 10´

(The itinerary of ecstasy)

Organ.

Premiere: Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Madrid (Spain), 27.V.1996. Ramón González Amezúa, organ.

Commissioned by the San Fernando Royal Academy of Fine Arts for the 250 thanniversary of its foundation.

Dedicated to Ramón González de Amezúa.

Recordings: RNE

Score: San Fernando Royal Academy of Fine Arts. EMEC


Partita del obradoiro (1998) 30´

(Partita of the Obradoiro)

1. Ventolera 2. Sacra conversazione 3. Botafumeiro 4. Daniel sonríe 5. Lluvia en la piedra

(1. Windiness 2. Sacred conversation 3. Botafumeiro 4. Daniel smiles 5. Rain on the stone)

Violin.

Premiere: Hostal de los Reyes Católicos, Santiago de Compostela (Spain), 20.VIII.1998. Agustín León Ara, violin.

Commissioned by Music in Compostela.

Dedicated to Agustín León Ara.

Score: EMEC


Tromba di pace (l998) 9´

(Trumpet of Peace)

1. Fanfara per Cagliari 2. Balada sobre el nombre de Hazen 3. Torrente

(1. Fanfare for Cagliari 2. Ballad on Hazen´s name 3. Stream)

Trumpet.

Premiere:

1. Cagliari, Sardinia (Italia).

2. Madrid (Spain), 20.XII.98. José Ortí, trumpet.

3. Getafe, Madrid (Spain), 27.XI.2007. Raúl Miguel, trumpet.

Complete: Getafe, Madrid (Spain), 27.XI.2007. Raúl Miguel, trumpet.

Commissioned by: 1. Spaziomusica

Dedicated: 1. To Franco Oppo. 2. To Félix Hazen. 3.To José Ortí.

Score: Piles


Partita Piatti (1999) 15´

(Piatti partita)

1. Aprieto 2. Santa Cueva 3. Vaivenes 4. Nocturno centroeuropeo 5. Finale di Gioia

(1. Squeeze 2. Holy cave 3. Sways 4. Central European nocturne 5. Joyful Finale)

Cello.

Premiere: Avila Savings Bank Auditorium (Spain), 8.II.2000. Dimitar Furnadjiev, cello.

Dedicated to Carlos Prieto.

Recordings: Urtext


Sonata Acueducto (1996-2000)

(Aqueduct Sonate)

1. Amanecer sin pájaros 2. Vanos de aire 3. Luz en la piedra 4. Arcos de pasacaglia

(1. Sunrise without birds 2. Spans of Air 2. Light in the stone 4. Passacaglia arches)

Accordion.

Premiere: Instituto Cervantes, London (U. K.), 15.XII.1999. Angel Luis Castaño, accordion.

Dedicated to Angel Luis Castaño.

Score: EMEC


Valme (2001) 4´

Three pieces for solo clarinet.

Premiere: Dos Hermanas Theater, Seville (Spain), 5.X.2002. Nerea Meyer, clarinet.

Dedicated to Juan Rodríguez Romero and Pedro Sánchez Núñez.

Score: Periferia


Rondas (2002) 12´

Organ.

Premiere: XIX Léon Cathedral Organ Festival, Church of Santa Maria de León (Spain), 18.X.2002. Adolfo Gutiérrez Viejo, organ.

Commissioned by the León Organ Festival.

Dedicated to Adolfo Gutiérrez Viejo.

Score: RNE


Olaz (2003) 6´48´

Electronics.

Text: Ilia Galán.

Dedicated to Ilia Galán.


Algunas maneras de nombrar la lluvia (2004) 12´

(Some ways to name the rain)

Marimba and other auxiliary elements (1 percussion player).

Premiere: Toledo Art Circle (Spain), 20.I.2006. Antonio Domingo, percussion.

Dedicated to Antonio Domingo.


Memorial para un doble 11 (2004) 11´ 11´

(Memorial for a double 11)

Electronics.

Dedicated to the victims of 9/11, and of 11-M in Madrid.


Chelo Prieto (2006)

1. Il Dolore 2. La Gioia

(1. The Pain 2. The Happiness)

Cello .

Dedicated to Carlos Prieto.


Water Proof (2006) 5´

1 percussionist with water and recording.

Premiere: Madrid (Spain), 10.X.2006. Juanjo Guillem, percussion.


Umbral de la desolación (2007) 6´

(Threshold of desolation)

Solo violin.

Premiere: Tres Cantos, Madrid (Spain), 14.X.2007. Manuel Guillén, violin.

To Manuel Guillén, in memory of my mother. Viola version dedicated to Isabel Villanueva.

Recordings: CD: Autor


Hurry Harry (L´incontro improvviso) (2009) 10´

(Hurry Harry - The unexpected encounter)

Bass clarinet.

Premiere: Barcelona (Spain), 14.V.2010. Harry Sparnaay, bass clarinet.

Dedicated to Harry Sparnaay.


Lachrymae (2009) 3´

Cello.

Premiere: Auditorio Nacional, Madrid (Spain), 30.IV.2010. Paloma García del Busto, cello.

Dedicated to Paloma García del Busto.

Score: Música y Educación



INCIDENTAL MUSIC

I.THEATRE

El acuerdo (1963)

(The agreement)

Text: Berthold Brecht.

Premiere: University Theater (TEU) of Industrial Engineers, Madrid (Spain). Direction: David Ladra.


Narciso (1964)

(Narcissus)

Text: Max Aub.

Premiere: University Theater (TEU) of the School of Law, Madrid (Spain). Direction: Carlos Benítez and Carlos Rodríguez Sanz.


El condenado por desconfiado (1970)

(The damned mistrustful)

Text: Tirso de Molina. Antonio and Manuel Machado version.

Premiere: Teatro Español, Madrid (Spain), 6.III.1970. Direction: Miguel Narros.


Proceso de un Régimen (1971)

(Trial of a regime)

Text: Luis Emilio Calvo Sotelo (Lope de Vega Award 1970).

Premiere: Teatro Español, Madrid (Spain), 28.IV.1971. Direction: José María Loperena.


El Buscón (1972)

(The con man)

Text: Francisco de Quevedo. Ricardo López Aranda version.

Premiere: Teatro Español, Madrid (Spain), 1972. Direction: Alberto González Vergel.


Tal vez un prodigio (1972)

(Perhaps a wonder)

Text: Rodolfo Hernández.

Premiere: Teatro Español, Madrid. Direction: Trino Martínez Trives (finally performed without music).


Los baños de Argel (1979)

(The Baths of Algiers)

Text: Miguel de Cervantes. Francisco Nieva version.

Premiere: Teatro María Guerrero, Madrid (Spain), 1.XII.1979. Direction: Francisco Nieva.


Macbeth (1980)

Text: William Shakespeare.

Premiere: Teatro Español, Madrid (Spain), 1980. Direction: Miguel Narros.


Lorenzaccio (1982)

Text: Alfred de Musset. Ignacio Amestoy version.

Premiere: Villa de Madrid Cultural Center (Spain), 1982. Direction: Antonio Corencia.


El médico de su honra (1986)

(The physician of his honor)

Text: Pedro Calderón de la Barca. Rafael Pérez Sierra version.

Premiere: Inauguration of the National Classical Theater Company. Teatro de la Comedia, Madrid (Spain). Director: Adolfo Marsillach.


Estado de sueños (1986)

(Dream state)

Ballet Theatre Music.

Premiere: Sala Olimpia, Madrid (Spain), 1986. Dance Company: Contrapuntos. Choreography: Jim Hughes.


Rudens (1987)

Text: Patricio Chamizo, after Plauto.

Premiere: Mérida Festival, Teatro Romano, Mérida (Spain). Company: Teatro Popular. Direction: Antonio Corencia.


Corazón de arpía (1989)

(Heart of fiend)

Text: Franciso Nieva.

Premiere: Sala Olimpia, Madrid (Spain), 1989. Direction: Francisco Nieva.


Fiesta Barroca (1992)

(Baroque Fiesta)

Texts: Loa (Praise from El Gran Mercado del Mundo by Calderón de la Barca), auto sacramental (from El Gran Mercado del Mundo by Calderón de la Barca), interlude (by Quiñones de Benavente) and a mummery (from Las Visiones de la Muerteby Calderón de la Barca). Rafael Pérez Sierra versions.

Premiere: Plaza Mayor, Madrid (Spain), 6.VII.1992. Direction: Miguel Narros.


Historia de una escalera (2003)

(History of a stairway)

Text: Antonio Buero Vallejo.

Teatro María Guerrero, Madrid (Spain), 14.V 2003. Direction: Juan Carlos Pérez de la Fuente.


II. FILM

Vidrieras (1969-1970)

(Glaziers)

Director: William Layton.


Innerzeitigkeit (1971)

(Within-timeness)

Director: Javier Aguirre.


Espacio 74 (1974)

(Space 74)

Director: José Esteban.


III. RADIO WORKS

L´Invitation au voyage (1971) 22´

(Invitation to the voyage)

Soprano, orchestra and other sound elements.

Based on the original version for voice, 3 clarinets, piano and percussionists.


IV. MUSIC FOR RADIODRAMAS

El Cid(1968)

(The Cid)

Text: Leocadio Machado, based on the poem ”Cantar del Mio Cid”.


Tragedia negra para voces blancas(1969)

(Black tragedy for treble voices)

Text: Leocadio Machado.


Consumatum est (1971)

(All is ended)

Text: from the sixth word of Christ on the Cross.


El hombre de Praga (1975)

(The man of Prague)

Text: Juan Farias. Director: Carlos Infante.


En busca de Marcel Proust (1978)

(In search of Marcel Proust)

Text: Juan Farias. Director: Carlos Infante.


La imagen del espejo (1979)

(The mirror´s image)

Text: Ana Diosdado. Director: Pedro Amalio López.


Parade (1985)

Text: Francisco Nieva.


V. MUSIC FOR TELEVISION

El jardín de Venus(1983)

(Garden of Venus)

13 episodes. Director: José María Forqué.


VI. CEREMONIES

Fanfarria ad Honorem Universitas Complutensis (1993)

(Fanfare for the Complutense University)

Brass and percussion.

Premiere: Great Hall of the Complutense University of Madrid (Spain), 18.V.1993.

Commissioned by the Complutense University of Madrid to celebrate its Seventh Centenary.


Fanfarrias para el Teatro María Guerrero (1997)

(Fanfares for Maria Guerrero Theater)

Brass quintet.