List of compositions by Manuel de Falla

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This is a list of the works of the Spanish composer Manuel de Falla (1876–1946).

Stage works[edit]

Orchestral works[edit]

  • Noches en los jardines de España ("Nights in the Gardens of Spain") – piano and orchestra (c. 1909–1916)
  • Homenajes ("Homages") – orchestra (1938–1939)
    Sections: I. "Fanfare sobre el nombre de E. F. Arbós" – II. "À Claude Debussy (Elegía de la guitarra)" – Rappel de la Fanfare – III. "À Paul Dukas (Spes Vitae)" – IV. "Pedrelliana".

Choral works[edit]

  • Balada de Mallorca ("Ballad of Majorca") – for choir (1933)

Works for chamber ensembles and solo instruments[edit]

  • Melodía para violonchelo y piano – for piano and cello (1897)
  • Pieza en Do mayor and Romanza – for cello and piano (1898)
  • Fanfare pour une fête ("Fanfare for a feast") – for two trumpets, timpani and side-drum (1921)
  • Concerto for harpsichord, flute, oboe, clarinet, violin and cello – dedicated to Wanda Landowska (c. 1923–1926)
  • Fanfare sobre el nombre de Arbós ("Fanfare on the name of Arbós") – for trumpets, horns and drums (1934); orchestrated as a section of Homenajes.

Vocal works[edit]

  • Preludios ("Preludes") – voice and piano, text ("Madre todas las noches") by Antonio de Trueba (c. 1900)
  • Rima ("Rime") – voice and piano, text ("Olas gigantes") by Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer (c. 1900)
  • Dios mío, qué solos se quedan los muertos – voice and piano, text by Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer (c. 1900)
  • Tus ojillos negros ("Your small black eyes") – voice and piano, text by Cristóbal de Castro (1902–1903)
  • Cantares de Nochebuena "Songs of Christmas Eve" – nine popular songs for voice, guitar and (at least in the case of the first two songs) zambomba and rebec or chicharra (1903–1904)
  • Trois mélodies – voice and piano, words by Théophile Gautier (1909–1910)
  • Siete canciones populares españolas ("Seven Spanish Folksongs") – for voice and piano, dedicated to Madame Ida Godebska (1914)
  • Oración de las madres que tienen sus hijos en sus brazos ("Prayer of the mothers embracing their children" – voice and piano, words by Gregorio Martínez Sierra (1914)
  • El pan de Ronda que sabe a verdad ("The bread of Ronda has a taste of truth") – voice and piano, by G. Martínez Sierra (1915)
  • Psyché – for mezzo-soprano, flute, harp, violin, viola and cello (1924)
  • Soneto a Córdoba ("Sonnet to Cordoba") – for soprano voice and harp (or piano), text by Luis de Góngora (1927)

Instrumental works[edit]

Piano[edit]

  • Nocturne (1896)
  • Mazurka in C minor (1899)
  • Serenata andaluza ("Andalusian Serenade") (1900)
  • Canción ("Song") (1900)
  • Vals capricho (1900)
  • Cortejo de gnomos ("Procession of Gnomes") (1901)
  • Allegro de concierto (1903–1904)
  • Cuatro piezas españolas, Pièces espagnoles ("Four Spanish Pieces") – for piano, dedicated to Isaac Albéniz (c. 1906–1909)
  • Fantasía Bética – for piano, dedicated to Arthur Rubinstein (1919)
  • Canto de los remeros del Volga (del cancionero musical ruso) ("Song of the Volga boatmen") (1922)
  • Pour le tombeau de Paul Dukas (1935) – piano (1935); orchestrated as the third part of Homenajes

Guitar[edit]

  • Pour le tombeau de Claude Debussy – for guitar; arranged for piano (1920); orchestrated as the second section of Homenajes

Versions and arrangements of other authors' works[edit]

  • Cançó de nadal (1922)
  • Claude DebussyPrélude à l'après-midi d'un faune (1924)
  • Preludio (1924)
  • Gioachino Rossini – Overture to The Barber of Seville (1924–1925)
  • Ave María (1932)
  • L´amfiparnaso (Palma de Mallorca, 1934)
  • Invocatio ad individuam trinitatem (Granada, 1935)
  • Himno marcial (Granada, 1937)
  • Emendemus in melius (Granada, 1939)
  • Madrigal: prado verde y florido (Granada, 1939)
  • Romance de Granada: qué es de ti, desconsolado (Granada, 1939)
  • Tan buen ganadico (Granada, 1939)
  • ¡Ora, sus! (Granada, 1939)
  • O magnum mysterium (in circuncisione Domini) (Villa del Lago, 1940–1942)
  • Tenebrae factae sunt (responsorium) (Villa del Lago, 1940–1942)
  • Miserere mei Deus (salmo 50) (Villa del Lago, 1940–1942)
  • In festo Sancti Jacobi (o Lux et decus Hispaniae) (Villa del Lago, 1940–1942)
  • Benedictus (de la misa "Vidi speciosam") (Villa del Lago, 1940–1942)
  • Gloria (de la misa "Vidi speciosam") (Villa del Lago, 1940–1942)
  • Cançó de l´estrella (Villa del Lago, 1941–1942)
  • Romance de Don Joan y Don Ramón (Villa del Lago, 1941–1942)

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