Re: Alicia Urreta (1930-1986)


Subject: Re: Alicia Urreta (1930-1986)
From: Richard Power (rpower@houston.rr.com)
Date: Mon Jan 10 2005 - 21:35:22 EST


Indiana University's library (http://www.libraries.iub.edu) has
Salmodia I. The Latin American Music Center
(http://www.music.indiana.edu/som/lamc/), also at IU, might know the
whereabouts of other scores.

Richard Power

On Monday, January 10, 2005, at 04:46 PM, Elizabeth Hinkle wrote:

> Does anyone know the answer to this query sent to me? E H-T
>
> Dear Elizabeth,
>
> I have been following the posts on cyberfeminism; I do not have
> expertise in this area, but I do have a question. Do you have any
> information about Alicia Urreta, a Mexican composer who did, I
> believe,
> do work in electronic music and music combining acoustic instruments
> and
> electronic sound? I would like to find the scores for her piano
> works,
> specifically, Salmodia I and Salmodia II. (Salmodia II combines piano
> and electronic sound, I believe.)
>
> In addition, I have performed works for piano with recorded sound and
> would be interested in performing others.
>
> Thank you.
>
> Margaret Lucia
> Shippensburg University, PA
> meluci@ark.ship.edu
>



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