A look at the life and music of the 20th century Mexican composer Revueltas. With a prologue by Bernardo Illari, introduction, bibliography, discography, and indices. Plates.
Simón Bolívar Youth Orchestra of Venezuela, Gustavo Dudamel, conductor. Contents: Igor Stravinsky: Le Sacre du printemps. Silvestre Revueltas: La Noche de los Mayas, suite for orchestra (compiled by José Limantour from the film score).
The second half of the book is devoted to Revueltas. The first is "a radical revision of the history of twentieth century American music" (author's preface with chapters on Nancarrow, Rudhyar, Cage, Lou Harrison, James Tenney. A middl section deals with music of the Tarascan Indians in Mexico.…
... La Escena. A study of the film scores and dance music of Revueltas, including symphonic suites based on this music. With a bibliography. Color and black & white plates.
Dedicated to Janet Packer. This challenging work is in one movement, divided into a variety of sections. The music moves from declamatory to lyric to energetic and back again. Printed from the autograph manuscript.
The UNLV Wind Orchestra plays music by Bruce Broughton, Michael Kamen, Anthony Labounty, Malcolm Arnold, and Silvestre Revueltas.
World premiere recording of this unfinshed ballet by Revueltas. Also includes: Itinerarios; and Colorines. With the English Chamber Orchestra and Santa Barbara Symphony.
This volume features excerpts of music by Copland, Revueltas, Bartok, Shostakovich, Stravinsky, Hindemith and Prokofiev. Includes both solos and full sections. With an introduction.
In one movement. With a preface in German and English. This is the orchestral version of this work -- the composer also prepared a version for string orchestra. Revueltas conducted the premiere in 1933. Reprinted from the edition published by G. Schirmer.
This is a transcription for band of music from Revueltas' orchestral work Redes (Nets), which was in turn based on music he composed for a film of the same name. With a program note. Duration ca. 5 minutes.
In one movement. With a preface in German and English. This piece was composed in 1937; it was inspired by a poem of the same name by Nicolas Guillen. Reprinted from an early edition published by Schirmer.
Articles on the Spanish Plainchant Publications, Francisco Garro's Polychoral Collection of 1609, Cathedral Music in Montreal, Carlos Chavez and Silvestre Revueltas. With necrology : eulogy for Robert J. Snow.
Music based on film scores and ballets. La Noche de los Mayas is arranged by Limantour; La Coronela is orchestrated by Eduardo Herandez Moncada with additional arrangements by Limantour. With the Aguascalientes Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Enrique Barrios.
Music by Halfter, Mompou, Revueltas, Ponce, Jimenez, Moreno, Galindo, Ginastera, and Mata. Contents: Marinero en tierra , Op. 27 -- Combat del Somni (Dream Battle) -- 5 Canciones para niños -- Estrellita -- Serenata Mexicana -- Por el Valle de las Rosas -- Cancion del naranjo seco -- Cancion de…