Thursday, March 17, 2011

From the Vault: Pilar Lorengar Singing Old Spanish Songs (DG)

"From the Vault" is a new series highlighting classical recordings that labels seem to be unaware they own and have not yet reissued on compact disc or even distributed in digital format. Enjoy the first installment:


Altspanische Romanzen und Volkslieder
Pilar Lorengar , soprano; Siegfried Behrend, guitar; Richard Klemm, viola la gambe
1LP-DGG-139155-SLPM (Made in Germany, 1966)

Complete track listing and audio samples are after the jump.

TRACK LISTING

SIDE A:
1. Don Lui Milán - "Durandarte"

2. Six old Spanish romances from the 16th century
Anonymous - "Tres morillas me enamoran"
Jacobus de Milarte - "A la sombra de mis cabellos"
Esteban Daza - "Enfermo estaba Antioco"
Diego Pisador - "Guarte, el rey Don Sancho"
Fray Juan Bermuda - "Mira Nero de Tarpeya"

Juan Vasquez - "De los Alamos vengo"

3. Alonso de Mudarra - "Isabel, perdiste la to faxa"

4. Luys de Narvaez - "Con qué la lavaré?"

5. Georg Frierich Händel - "Nó se emenderà jamás"

SIDE B:
Nine Spanish Folk Songs
1. "Zorongo"
2. "Las tres hojas"
3. "El Café de Chinitas"
4. "Anda jaleo"
5. "Los cuatro muleros"
6. "Los reyes de la baraja"
7. "Romance de Don Boiso"
8. "Los pelegrinitos"
9. "La Tarara"

Read the Gramophone Magazine review of this recording from March 1967.

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