List of works for the stage by Falla

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

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Title Genre Sub­divisions Libretto Composition Première date Place, theatre
condeEl conde de Villamediana Fallacomposer 1887, but lost
JuanaLa Juana y la Petra (La casa de tócame Roque) zarzuela 1 act SanteroJ. Santero, after Ramon de la Cruz 1900, but lost unperformed
Limosna de amor zarzuela 1 act VeyánJosé Jackson Veyán 1901–1902 unperformed
amoresLos amores de la Inés zarzuela 1 act DugiEmilio Dugi (Mannel Osorio y Bertrand) 190212 April 1902 Madrid, Teatro Cómico
cornetinEl cornetín de órdenes
(composed with Amadeo Vives)
zarzuela 3 acts 1903.1c. 1903, but lost
cruzLa cruz de Malta
(composed with Amadeo Vives)
zarzuela 1903.2c. 1903, but lost
Prisionero de guerra
(composed with Amadeo Vives)
zarzuela 1903.3c. 1903–1904
vidaLa vida breve lyric drama 2 acts ShawCarlos Fernández Shaw 1904–1905 19131 April 1913 Nice, Municipal Casino
amor brujoEl amor brujo 1. gitaneria / 2. symphonic work / 3. ballet pantomímico Martínez SierraGregorio Martínez Sierra 1914–1925 1915.4.15 1. 15 April 1915, 2. 28 March 1916 Madrid, Teatro Lara
Three-Cornered HatThe Three-Cornered Hat ballet 1 act Martínez SierraGregorio Martínez Sierra, after Pedro Antonio de Alarcón's El sombrero de tres picos 1919.7.22 22 July 1919 London, Alhambra Theatre
Fuego fatuo opera 3 acts Sierraafter themes by Frédéric Chopin, libretto by M Martínez Sierra 1918–1919, but unfinished unperformed
retabloEl retablo de maese Pedro puppet opera 1 act Fallacomposer, after Cervantes 1919–1923 192325 June 1923 Paris, Palace of the Princess of Polignac
gran teatro del mundoEl gran teatro del mundo incidental music 1927 composed for a performance of Calderón de la Barca's play of the same name 1927.6.2727 June 1927 Granada, Plaza de los Aljibes de la Alhambra
Atlántida
(revised and completed by Ernesto Halffter)
cantata escénica (for soloist, chorus and orchestra) 3.1prologue and three parts Fallacomposer, after Jacint Verdaguer 1927–1946 196124 November 1961 (concert version)
196218 June 1962 (stage version)
Barcelona, Gran Teatre del Liceu
Milan, Teatro alla Scala

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