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*observation: many of the original titles have been translated into English

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Code Title Time Year City, Country Instrument
9.01 A Uma Mulher
lyrics by Celso Brandt;
Edition Savart
3’00 1956 middle or low voice, piano
9.02 Berceuse 1’00 04-08-1958   middle voice, piano
9.03 Canção (Song)
no lyrics;
1’30 15-10-1957 female voice, piano
9.04 Canção (Song)
no lyrics;
4’00 24-10-1957 middle or female voice, piano
9.05 Canção (Song)
no lyrics;
4’00 1961 female voice, piano
9.06 Canção (Song)
no lyrics;
1’00 1966 middle voice, piano
9.07 Canção da Fuga Impossível
dedicated to: Olga Maria Schroeter
lyrics by Ari de Andrade;
Edition Savart
2’00 01-1953 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil middle voice, piano
9.08 (1-5) Canções de Amor (Love Songs) (1st series) 11’00 1957/58 middle or low voice, piano
[1] Ouve o silêncio 3’00 05-1958 Paris, France
[2] Acalanto da rosa 1’30 12-1958 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
[3] Bem pior que a morte 2’30 09-1958 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
[4] Balada da flor da terra 2’00 1958/60 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
[5] Amor que partiu 2’30 31-10-1957 Sofia, Bulgary
dedicated to: Lia, Nr. 1, 2, 4;
first performance by Gelsa Ribeiro da Costa, Vanda Oiticica; pianist H. Castelo Branco, Nr. 4 & 5, Nr. 2, Brasília, Brazil, 1962;
lyrics by Vinicius de Moraes;
obs: Nr. 1 written also as piano solo 1.29 (1);
Edition Savart
9.09 (1-5) Canções de Amor (Love Songs) (2nd series) 10’00 1957/58/59 middle or low voice, piano
[1] Jardim noturno 2’00 21-12-1957 Sofia, Bulgary
[2] Pregão da saudade 2’00 04-1959/05-1960 Wien, Austria / Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
[3] Alma perdida 2’00 1959/60 Wien, Austria / Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
[4] Em algum lugar 1’00 1957/58 Leningrad, Russia / Paris, France
[5] A mais dolorosa das estórias 3’00 1958 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
first performance of Nr. 1 by Vanda Oiticica, pianist H. Castelo Branco, Brasília, Brazil, 1962;
trsc. of Nr. 1 9.29;
obs: Nr. 4 with the same music of 1.29 (2);
lyrics: Vinicius de Moraes;
Edition Savart
9.10 Cavalinho de Pau, O
Edition Savart
1’00 1958 middle or low voice, piano
9.11 Chanson de La Liberté
lyrics: Claudio Santoro. Obs: composed in Berlin for the commemoration of the Soviet Revolution;
Edition Savart
1’00 1957 middle voice, piano
9.12 Chanson de La Melancholie
lyrics by Claudio Santoro;
Edition Savart
1’00 04-08-1958 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil low female voice, piano
9.13 Chanson du Marron
lyrics by Françoise Jonquière;
Edition Savart
1’00 1959 middle voice, piano
9.14 Elegia
first performance by Olga Maria Schroeter & Alceo Bocchino, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1952;
lyrics by Lila Ripol;
Edition Savart
6’00 1951 middle voice, piano
9.15 Eu Não Sei
first performance by Carmen Wintermeyer & Frederic Capon, Mannheim, Germany, 1968;
lyrics by Ribeiro da Costa;
Edition Savart
2’00 10-11-1966 Berlin, Germany middle voice, piano
9.16 Fantasia Sul America
trscs. 11.02 e 11.03;
obs: see 1.08;
Edition Savart
4’00 21-04-1983 Brasília, Brazil vocalise (soprano or tenor), piano
9.17 Hino do Amazonas
obs: Official hymn of the State of Amazonas, approved by the Government of the State by decree of law Nr. 1404 of 01 of September of 1980. The instrumental arrangement for band was made by Nivaldo Santiago; lyrics by Jorge Tufic;
Edition Savart
07-1980 Brasília, Brazil middle voice, piano
9.18 Irremediável Song
dedicated to: Olga Maria Schroeter;
lyrics by Ary de Andrade;
Edition Savart
2’30 01-1953 middle voice, piano
9.19 Levavas A Madrugada
dedicated to: Christina Maristany
first performance by Cristina Maristany & Alceo Bocchino, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1956;
lyrics by Ari Andrade; Edition Savart
3’00 1956 middle voice, piano
9.20 Liebes Lied
lyrics by Bertolt Brecht;
obs: version with tape 9.03 (4);
Edition Savart
3’00 1974 middle voice, piano
9.21 Lied von Der Wolke Nacht, Das
originally 9.03 (5); obs: makes part of the "Brecht Cicle";
lyrics by Bertlot Brecht;
translation: "Song of the night cloud";
Edition Savart
3’00 1974/75 female voice, piano
9.22 Marguerite
first performance by Vasco Mariz & Armando Leca, Porto, Portugal, 1948;
lyrics by Louis Aragon;
4’00 1947 bass, piano
9.23 (1-4) Menina Boba, A 11’00 1944-46/1971 middle female voice, piano
1 Menina exausta I, A 2’30 1945/1971 -, - / Schriesheim, Germany
2 Menina exausta II, A 3’00 1945/1971 -, - / Schriesheim, Germany
3 Asa ferida IV 3’00 04-1945 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
4 Menina exausta XII, A 3’00 15-07-1944 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
* Menina exausta III, A (not published, ms) 17-12-1946
first performance: nr. 3 & 4, Edimar Altino Campos, Buenos Aires, 02-09-1947; n. 1 & 2, Carmen Wintenmayer and Fréderic Capon, Mannheim, Germany;
obs: Nr. 4: Prize "Interventor Dornelles" of the National Competition promoted by the Riograndense Music Association for the "Lied", 1945;
lyrics by Oneida Alvarenga;
Edition ECIC Nr. 3 & 4 Montevidéu, Uruguai;
Edition Savart (1-4)
9.24 Meu Amor me disse Adeus
lyrics by Gisèle Santoro;
Edition Savart
2’00 1960 middle female voice, piano
9.25 Meu Destino
dedicated to: para Dona Lia Salgado
lyrics by Celso Brant;
Edition Savart
2’00 1956 voice, piano
9.26 Náiades (Soneto)
dedicated to: Sonia Santoro, my daughter;
lyrics by Luiz de Camões;
Edition Savart
3’00 1983 female voice, piano
9.27 Não te digo Adeus
first performance by Olga Maria Schroeter & Alceo Bocchino, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1952;
lyrics by Jorge Amado;
Edition Savart
4’00 26-07-1948 Paris, France middle voice, piano
9.28 No Meio-Fio da Rua
lyrics by Jeannete H. Alimonda;
lost work;
1’30 16-06-1960 London, United Kingdom middle voice, piano
9.29 Nuit N’est Jamais Complète, La
first performance by Bruno Wyzuj;
lyrics by Paul Éluard;
2’00 02-12-1957 Sofia, Bulgary low voice, piano
9.30 Poema
first performance by Olga Maria Schroeter & Alceo Bocchino, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1952;
lyrics by Nair Batista;
Edition Savart
4’00 01-1950 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil middle female voice, piano
9.31 Prière du Marchand de Sable, La
lyrics by Françoise Jonquière;
translation: "Prayer of the Sandman";
Edition Savart
2’00 1958 low female voice, piano
9.32 (1-4) Quatro Canções da Madrugada 8’00 04-1982 middle voice, piano
1 Aspiração 07-04-1982
2 Breve serenata 05-04-1982 Brasília, Brazil
3 Improviso 05-04-1982
4 Noturno no 1 06-04-1982
first performance by Sonia Born & E. Gushiken, Brasília, Brazil, 28-09-1983;
lyrics by Cassiano Nunes;
Edition Savart
9.33 (1-9) Soldado, O 20’00 07-1988 Brasília, Brazil middle voice, piano
1 Colina, A 30-06-1988 Brasília, Brazil
2 Soldado menino de ontem, O 02-07-1988 Brasília, Brazil
3 Soldado recruta, O 02-07-1988 Brasília, Brazil
4 Soldado do amor, O 03-07-1988 Brasília, Brazil
5 Soldado do fogo, O 04-07-1988 Brasília, Brazil
6 Soldado guardião dos caminhos, O 05-07-1988 Brasília, Brazil
7 Soldado obediente, O 08-07-1988 Brasília, Brazil
8 Soldado inválido, O 0?-07-1988 Brasília, Brazil
9 Soldado nu, O 08-07-1988 Brasília, Brazil
trsc. of Nr. 1 & 2: 11.05 & 11.06;
lyrics by Alexis Zakythinos;
Edition Savart
9.34 (1-3) 3 Popular Songs 1957/58 middle or low voice, piano
[1] Luar de meu bem 2’00 1958
[2] Amor em lágrimas 2’00 20-05-1957
[3] Cantiga do ausente 3’00 22-10-1957 Sofia, Bulgary
lyrics by Vinicius de Moraes;
Edition Savart
9.35 (1-3) Tríptico 6’30 04-1985 Brasília, Brazil middle voice, piano
1 Vigília 19-04-1985 Brasília, Brazil
2 Fragmento para um réquiem 21-04-1985 Brasília, Brazil
3 Amante, O 21-04-1985 Brasília, Brazil
ded. Alberto da Costa e Silva
first performance by Sonia Born & Neusa França, TNCS (only Nr. 2), Brasília, Brazil, 21-04-1985;
lyrics by A. da Costa e Silva;
Edition Savart
9.36 Tu Vais Ao Mar
lyrics by Claudio Santoro;
Edition Savart
2’00 1961 middle female voice, piano
9.37 Volar y Volar
lyrics by N. Guillén;
Edition Savart
1958 middle voice, piano
9.38 Wanderers Nachtlied
ded. Aldo Baldin e Irene
obs: last work of the author;
lyrics by Goethe
Edition Savart
08-02-1989 Waldbronn, Germany middle voice, piano