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Odnoposoff, Adolfo National Library of Israel Wikipedia (en) Library of Congress/NACO ISNI-test

VIAF ID: 75248706 (Personal)

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'* [[aurelio de la vega]] [[:de:aurelio de la vega|(de)]] ([[cuba]]): "legend of ariel criollo" (1953); {{oclc|50501494|68060070}}: premiered by adolfo and berthe in havana in 1954 at a concert of the sociedad de conciertos; it was immediately recorded by [[panart records|panart]] as an [[lp record|lp]] that included works by other cuban composers, such as [[amadeo roldán]], pedro menéndez, and [[josé ardévol]] (see selected discography above); [[aurelio de la vega|vega]] [[:de:aurelio de la vega|(de)]] dedicated the work to the marriage of odnoposoff and huberman.<ref name="vega article"> Wikipedia (en)
by roberto méndez Wikipedia (en)
'* [[guillermo graetzer]] [[:de:guillermo graetzer|(de)]]: "concierto para cello y orquesta"* [[julio césar brero]]: "variaciones sobre un tema italiano"; {{oclc|315566810}}* [[floro ugarte]] [[:es:floro ugarte|(es)]]: "elegia"* [[antonío tauriello]] [[:es:antonio tauriello|(es)]]: "diferencias no. 3" Wikipedia (en)
'* [[hector campos parsi]]: "arawak para cello and electronic sounds"* [[luis antonio ramírez]]: "sonata elegiaca," for cello and piano (1970)* [[roberto sierra]]: "dialogo no. 1"* [[roberto sierra]]: "salsa on the c string," for cello and piano (1981); {{oclc|56020031|54789293}} Wikipedia (en)
II Inter-American Music Festival Library of Congress/NACO
In memoriam Pablo Casals Library of Congress/NACO
[Library of Congress Music Division concert, 1961-04-26] Library of Congress/NACO
Ricercare symphonique (program). National Library of Israel
Seis piezas breves [SR] 197-: National Library of Israel Library of Congress/NACO
Selections Library of Congress/NACO
Serenade Library of Congress/NACO
Serenata para trio de cuerdas (1949) ; Sonata num. 2 para violín y piano (1953) Library of Congress/NACO
'* [[simón tapia colman]] [[:ca:simón tapia colman|(ca)]]: "sonata," for cello and piano, ediciones mexicanas de música (publisher) (1961); {{oclc|844449636|56190464}} (2nd reference is a manuscript copy)* [[rodolfo halffter]]: "sonata," op. 26, [[ralph peer|peer international]] (publisher) (1962); {{oclc|4221521|6013060}}* [[blas galindo]]: "sonata," ediciones mexicanas de música (publisher) (1962); {{oclc|5209779|25094231|679420863}}* [[manuel enríquez]]: "sonatina" (manuscript copy) (1962); {{oclc|13272796}}* [[luis sandi]]: "hoja de album," for cello and piano, ediciones mexicanas de música (publisher) (1963); {{oclc|4221729|17933546|756996988}}, {{oclc|699264931}}* [[luis sandi]]: "sonatina," for cello and piano, ediciones mexicanas de musica (publisher) (1965); {{oclc|14952076|699264763}}* [[eduardo mata]]: "sonata" (1966) Wikipedia (en)
[Tercer Festival de Música de Caracas. San Juan, P.R. Library of Congress/NACO
{{url|palabranueva.net}} (magazine of the archdiocese of havana), october 2010, no. 200</ref> the work was published in the washington, d.c., in 1955 by the [[organization of american states|pan american union]]* [[josé ardévol]] ([[cuba]]): "sonatina," for cello and piano, [[buenos aires]]: ricordi americana (publisher) (1955); {{oclc|8916551}} Wikipedia (en)
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