La paloma (Yradier, Sebastián)
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For Accordion (Mechlinsky)
These file(s) are part of the Werner Icking Music Collection.
English / Spanish
Louis Charles Elson (1848-1920), English text
Artists' Vocal Album
Boston: White, Smith & Co., 1887. Plate 6521-4.
Camillo Morena (1867-1940)
Jessie Marion King (1875-1949), cover illustrations
Musik und Gesang
Berlin: Globus-Verlag, n.d.(ca.1901). Plate 16.
Scanned at 600dpi monochrome. Cover pages: 300dpi.
Arrangements and Transcriptions
For Violin and Piano (Moffat)
Alfred Moffat (1866-1950)
Melbourne: Cole, n.d.
Cole's Commonwealth Music Books No.37
For Cello and Piano (Buechner)
For Piano solo (Knight)
For Piano solo (Maylath)
Henry Maylath (1827-1883)
Philadelphia: W.F. Shaw, 1883
Converted to 600 dpi. Cleaned. Easy Arrangement.
For Guitar (Tárrega)
|Work Title||La paloma, cancion americana|
|Alternative Title||La Colombe ; The Dove, Spanish Serenade|
|First Publication||1859 - Madrid: E.A. Gil|
|Composer Time Period||Romantic|
|External Links||Wikipedia article|
- According to Grove Music, "Bizet adapted his [Iradier's] song El arreglito for the habanera in the first act of Carmen; apparently he thought it was a folksong. On learning his mistake – it had been published in a French translation, along with 24 other songs, in Iradier’s Fleurs d’Espagne (Paris, 1864) – he added a note in the vocal score of Carmen acknowledging the source."
- The precise original instrumentation isn't known, but via the following argument, voice and piano can probably be reasonably assumed: Grove Music gives the original publication date as Madrid, 1859. WorldCat shows a publication of it by the Madrid Unión Musical Española in a collection called Obras escogidas para canto y piano, though this probably wasn't the original, since the Madrid Unión Musical Española was established only in the 1890s. However, this company acquired several other Spanish publishing firms and would have become the new owner of all of those companies' publications. In addition, the second publication of the song, the Paris 1864 translation into French, was also for voice and piano.