Includes three works not included in container title: Canciones populare españolas, Soneto a Córdoba, and Psyché.
Previously released material.
Program notes, synopses, libretti and texts, by Richard Osborne and Ken Jagger, in English with German and French translations (114 p.) inserted in container.
Victoria de los Angeles, soprano ; Orquesta Nacional de España (1st work) ; Philharmonia Orchestra (3rd & 4th works) ; Frühbeck de Burgos, conductor (1st & 3rd works) ; Carlo Maria Giulini, conductor (4th work) ; Gonzalo Soriano, piano (2nd work) ; Annie Chailan, harp (6th work) ; Trio à Cordes Français (5th work).
Recorded January 26-31, 1965, Instituto Ramiro de Maezlu, Madrid (1st work) ; December 1961 and February 1962 in Barcelona (2nd work) ; October-December, 1963 (3rd work) ; 1961 and 1964, Kingsway Hall, London (4th work) ; February 17-20, 1969 in Salle Wagram, Paris (5th & 6th works).
La vida breve (64:02) ; Siete cancones populares espanõlas (12:17) ; El sombrero de tres picos (39:33) ; El amor brujo (26:01) ; Soneto a Córdoba (2:26) ; Psyché (5:00).
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