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18 – LLANTO POR IGNACIO SANCHEZ MEJIAS

(Lament for Ignacio Sanchez Mejias)


Oratorio for narrator, baritone, women’s chorus and small orchestra, on the
eponymous poem by Federico García Lorca. Composition: 30 March–8
May 1950. Commissioned by the Cercle Culturel du Conservatoire (Jean-
Etienne Marie). Dedication: ‘to Alain Bermat’. First performance: Paris,
Sorbonne (Richelieu Amphitheatre), 22 May 1950, by Bernard Cottret
(baritone), Mauricio Molho (narrator), and the Orchestre des Cadets du
Conservatoire, conducted by Georges Delerue.

19 – SARABANDE
for harpsichord and orchestra. Composition: 1950.

20 – MONSIEUR BOB’LE (U)


Incidental music for the play in three acts by Georges Schehadé.
Composition: 1950-51. Recorded by the Orchestre André Girard, conducted
by André Girard. First performance: Paris, Théâtre de la Huchette, 30
January 1951, by the Compagnie Georges Vitaly, directed by Georges
Vitaly, sets and costumes by Dora Maar, with, in the leading roles, R.J.
Chauffard, Jacques Fabbri, Jacques Jouanneau, Jacqueline Maillan, Lucien
Hubert and Georges Vitaly. From this score is taken
20 A – SUITE POUR UN MIMODRAME (Suite for a Mimodrama) (W)
for ten instruments. Composition: 1951. First performance: Paris, RTF
(Club d’essai), 29 May 1951, by an ensemble of soloists conducted by
Georges Delerue.

21 – LES REPRÉSENTATIONS DE TANIT (W)


Ballet music for orchestra. Composition: 1951. First performance: Casino
d’Enghien (Val d’Oise), June 1956, by Le Ballet de l’Étoile, choreography
by Maurice Béjart, sets and costumes by Jean Desvilles, with Tessa
Beaumont, Marie-Claire Carrié, Michèle Seigneuret, Maurice Béjart, Michel
Rayne, Milko Sparemblek.

22 – CONCERTINO POUR TROMPETTE ET ORCHESTRE


Three movements: I-Allegretto; II-Andante; III-Finale allegretto.
Composition: 1952. Commissioned by André Girard for trumpeter Marcel
Caens. First performance (radio): Radio-Maroc, 1952; (public): Paris, Salle
Gaveau, 12 January 1963, by Roger Delmotte and the ORTF Chamber
Orchestra, conducted by André Girard.

23 – CANTIGAS
Six pieces for soli, mixed chorus and instrumental ensemble. Composition:
1953-54 (revised 1980). Commissioned by the Hamburg Radio
(Norddeutscher Rundfunk, FRG). Dedicatees: Jose Bergamin (I), Sergio de
Castro (II), Rafael Alberti (III), Isabel & Fernando Pereda (V), Octavio Paz
(VI). First performance: Hamburg, Norddeutscher Rundfunk, 6 February
1957, by the NDR Chorus and Orchestra, conducted by Heinz Freudenthal.
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