List of compositions by Emilio Pujol

List of compositions by Emilio Pujol

:"This article is a complete list of composition and transcription by Emilio Pujol. For the main article about Emilio Pujol see Emilio Pujol"

Original compositions

124 original compositions (Juan Riera)

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*El Abejorro,
*Ondinas,
*Canción de Cuna,
*Barcarolle,
*Cubana,
*Impromptu,
*Piezas Españolas,
*Pieza nº 2 (Guajira o Evocación Cubana),
*Pieza nº 3 (Tango Español),
*Preludios,
*Scottish Madrileño,
*Sevilla,
*Danzas Españolas,
*Tango,

olo guitar

* ME 7899 Aquelarre (Danse des sorcières - 1969) Pujol n°1246,
* ME 7028 Atardecer (Crépuscule) Pujol n°1229,
* ME 7238 Barcarolle Pujol n°1235,
* ME 7580 Becqueriana (Endecha) Pujol n°1240,
* ME 3130 Cancion de Cuna (Berceuse) Pujol n°1203,
* ME 7884 Canto de Otono (Chant d’automne) Pujol n°1245,
* ME 7939 Cap i Cua (Variation désuète sur l’exercice 19 d’Aguado) Pujol n°1248,
* ME 7848 Caprice varié sur un thème d’Aguado Pujol n°1242,
* ME 7541 Endecha a la Amada Ausente Pujol n°1238,
* ME 2186 Étude n°1 Pujol n°1200,
* ME 2187 Étude n°2 Pujol n°1201,
* ME 2188 Étude n°3 Pujol n°1202,
* ME 3128 Exercices en formes d’études, 1. Cahier Pujol n°1221,
* ME 7847 2. Cahier Pujol n°1243,
* ME 2189 Impromptu Pujol n°1206,
* ME 7579 La Libelula Pujol n°1239,
* ME 2586-88 Trois Morceaux espagnols:
* 1. Tonadilla,
* 2. Tango,
* 3. Guajira Pujol n°1204,

* ME 3129 Pequena Romanza Pujol n°1222,
* ME 7885 Pizzicato Pujol n°1247,
* ME 7236 Deux Préludes Pujol n°1233,
* ME 7027 Rapsodie Valenciana Pujol n°1228,
* ME 2190 Sevilla (Evocation) Pujol n°1205,
* ME 7030 Triquilandia (Jugando al Escondite) Pujol n°1231,
* ME 7237 2e Triquilandia:
* 1. Œdipe et le Sphinx,
* 2. Variation,
* 3. Jeu,
* 4. La Plume de perdreau,
* 5. Branle bourguignon Pujol n°1234,
* ME 7533 3e Triquilandia,
* 1. Le Petit Grenadier,
* 2. Cantilène,
* 3. Valse Pujol n°1241,
* ME 7991 Triptyque campagnard (1971):
* 1. Aube,
* 2. Bucolique,
* 3. Fête Pujol n°1249,
* ME 7883 Variations sur un thème obsédant Pujol n°1244,
* ME 7029 Veneciana Pujol n°1230,

Guitar duos

* ME 8046 Canaries (Canarios), air de danse populaire ancienne Pujol n°1415,
* ME 8081-01 Duet (étude) Pujol n°1417a,
* ME 6942 Manola del Avapies (Tonadilla) Pujol n°1403,
* ME 7239 Ricercare Pujol n°1409,
* ME 8081 Tyrolienne (Tirolesa) Pujol n°1417b,

(Verleger: Max Eschig Paris)

Transcriptions

275 transcriptions (Juan Riera)

Guitar duo

Francis Poulenc (1899-1963). Waltzes, arr from the piano Paris : Editions M. Eschig, c1970.


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