Juan Orrego-Salas

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Juan Orrego-Salas

Biographical notes, Bibliography, Discography: http://music.indiana.edu/lamc/about/orrego-salas/orrego-home.shtml

Interview with Juan Orrego Salas

Sample Materials from the Orrego-Salas Legacy Collection

Photographs

Juan Orrego-Salas and Carmen Tellez.

Orrego-Salas at Tanglewood Music Festival in Massachusetts.

Tanglewood Music Festival front row L. to R. : Argentinian pianist, Estevez, Bernstein, Orbón, Buenaventura, Ginastera. Back row L. to R. : Foss, Tosar, Orrego-Salas, Irving Fine.

From L. to R. School of Music Dean Charles H. Webb, violinist Franco Gulli, Chilean composer Juan Orrego-Salas, conductor Thomas Baldner.

Correspondence:

Letter from Aaron Copland to Juan Orrego-Salas (1960)

Musical Scores:
Musical Manuscript

Trio para violin, violoncello y piano by Juan Orrego-Salas

1st Page of El Retablo by Juan Orrego-Salas

"El Retablo del Rey Pobre" by Juan Orrego-Salas

Music for the motion picture "La Caleta Olvidada" by Juan Orrego-Salas

"La Caleta Olvidada" by Juan Orrego-Salas

For further information on La Caleta Olvidada visit: http://www.festival-cannes.com/en/archives/ficheFilm/id/3464/year/1958.html

http://www.cinechile.cl/pelicula-717

La Ciudad Celeste by Juan Orrego-Salas (Cover)

La Ciudad Celeste, based on texts from Revelation, it was commissioned to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Evangelization of America in 1992

This recording includes the world-premiere of his cantata La Ciudad Celeste for baritone, chorus and orchestra, conducted by Dr. Carmen Helena Tellez , and featuring baritone Benjamn Eley. For detailed information visit the Latin American Music Center’s website: http://music.indiana.edu/lamc/recordings/recordings%201996-2010/cd-juan-orrego-salas.shtml

Sound Recordings

Available for listening online at the Cook Music Library with authorized login (Access information is provided on your registration packets under Variations System Access):

1) Title: The music of Juan Orrego-Salas.

Series: Program / Indiana University School of Music ; 1981-1982, no. 503

Performer: Alfonso Montecino, piano (1st work) ; Eugene Rousseau, alto saxophone, Kari Miller, piano (2nd work) ; James Pellerite, flute, , piano (3rd work) ; Paul Biss, Jennifer Peck, violins, Abraham Skernick, viola, Fritz Magg, cello, Bernard Portnoy, clarinet, Charles H. Webb, piano (4th work).

Recording info.: Recorded on February 5, 1982.

Contents: [v.1] Variations and fugue on a street-vendor’s cry, op. 18 (9 min.) — Quattro liriche, op. 61 (17 min., 4 sec.) — [v.2] Sonata de estio, op. 71 (14 min., 50 sec.) — [v.3] Sextet, op. 38 (29 min., 50 sec.)

Sound recording:

URL: [Bloomington] http://purl.dlib.indiana.edu/iudl/iucat/BAF6978 (Available to authorized users of the Variations System)

2) Title: Musica incidental para Versos de ciego de L.A. Heiremans.

Performer: Conjunto instrumental y voz; J. Orrego Salas, conductor.

Sound recording:

URL: [Bloomington] http://purl.dlib.indiana.edu/iudl/iucat/VAA0986 (Available to authorized users of the Variations System)

Painting:

Water Color by Juan Orrego-Salas

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