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Thread: A Game of Spanish and Asian Themed Works (Selection Thread)

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    Catface replaced one of the Martinu submissions (post 66) with Hovhaness, so it' still 99 (I think), but let me help out: I'll pick whatever Martinu Catface intended to replace.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Art Rock View Post
    Catface replaced one of the Martinu submissions (post 66) with Hovhaness, so it' still 99 (I think), but let me help out: I'll pick whatever Martinu Catface intended to replace.
    I only accepted one of the Catface/Martinu offerings, so we already have our 100.

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    Do we have 100 only if you accept the Mexico and Cuba pieces?

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    Quote Originally Posted by catface View Post
    Do we have 100 only if you accept the Mexico and Cuba pieces?
    Which pieces are you referring to?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulldog View Post
    Which pieces are you referring to?
    It could be mine

    Gershwin - Cuban Rhapsody
    Copland - El Salon Mexico
    Rihm - Die Eroberung von Mexico (The Conquest of Mexico)

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    Rihm's piece involves both Spain and the Aztecs or Mexicas, from whom the name Mexico derives, but there was no Mexico back then

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    Well, looks like we are down to 98 entries, so 2 more to go. My apologies for missing the mark on the Gershwin and Copland entries.

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    Finzi - Love's Labours Lost

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    I nominate whichever Martinu didn't make the cut yesterday

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    That's 100..............

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    If 100 is the limit, I missed that rule. If it isn't...

    Aho. Kiinalaisia lauluja (Chinese Songs)
    Roussel. Padmavati
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    “Whereas other modern composers are engaged in manufacturing cocktails of every hue and description, I offer the public cold spring water.” (Jean Sibelius)

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    Final List (100):

    Adams - Nixon in China
    Balakirev - Islamey
    Balakirev - Tamara
    Bantock - On the Way to Damascus
    Bantock - Omar Khayyam
    Bartók - The Miraculous Mandarin
    Berkeley - Five Chinese Songs, op. 78
    Biarent - Contes d'Orient (Suite d'orchestre)
    Bizet - Carmen
    Bizet - Les Pecheurs de Perles
    Borodin - In the Steppes of Central Asia
    Borodin - Polovtsian Dances
    Borodin - Symphony no. 2
    Britten - The Prince of the Pagodas, op. 57
    Britten - Songs from the Chinese, op. 58
    Busoni - Carmen Fantasie (Sonatina no. 6)
    Cage - Ryoanji
    Castelnuovo-Tedesco - 24 Caprichos de Goya, op. 195
    Chabrier - España
    Chopin - Boléro, op. 19
    Cowell - Persian Set
    Cowell - Ongaku
    Debussy - Pagodes (from Estampes)
    Debussy - La puerta del vino (from Preludes Book II)
    Delibes - Lakme
    Fauré - Les Roses d'Ispahan, op. 39/4
    Finzi - Love's Labours Lost
    Foote - Four Character Pieces after the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, op. 48
    Glass - Satyagraha
    Gluck - Don Juan ou le Festin de Perre
    Granados - Spanish Dance no. 2 "Oriental"
    Griffes - The Pleasure Dome of Kubla Khan
    Harrison - Double Concerto for Violin and Cello with Javanese Gamelan
    Harrison - La Koro Sutro
    Heininen - The Damask Drum
    Holst - Beni Mora
    Holst - Indra
    Holst - Japanese Suite
    Hovhaness - Fantasy on Japanese Woodprints
    Hovhaness - Shalimar suite
    Ippolitov-Ivanov - Caucasian Sketches
    Jolivet - Mandala
    Koechlin - Les heures persanes
    Lalo - Symphonie espagnole
    Lecuona - Malagueña (from Suite Andalucía)
    Liszt - Grosse Konzertfantasie über Spanische Weisen (Spanish Fantasy), S.253
    Lutyens - The Valley of Hatsu-Se
    Mahler - Das Lied von der Erde
    Marais - Les folies d'Espagne
    Martinu - Magic Nights (song cycle)
    Martinu - Niponari (Japanese Folk Songs)
    Martinu - The Epic of Gilgamesh
    Martinu - The Butterfly that Stamped
    Mascagni - Iris
    Massenet - Espada (ballet)
    Massenet - Le Cid (ballet music)
    Messiaen - तुरङ्ग लीला Turangalîla-Symphonie
    Messiaen - Sept Haïkaï
    Mozart - Abduction from the Seraglio
    Mozart - Don Giovanni
    Nielsen (C) - Aladdin
    Nordgren - Mimi-nashi-Hoichi (Hoichi the earless), 1 of 9 Kwaidan ballads
    Penderecki - Symphony no. 5 "Korean"
    Penderecki - Symphony no. 6 "Chinese Songs"
    Penderecki - Threnody for the victims of Hiroshima
    Prodromidès - Goya
    Prokofiev - Scythian Suite, op. 20
    Puccini - Madama Butterfly
    Puccini - Turandot
    Purcell - Dido and Aeneas
    Rameau - La Princesse de Navarre
    Ravel - Gaspard de la nuit
    Ravel - Rapsodie espagnole
    Ravel - Shéhérazade song cycle
    Respighi - Belkis, Queen of Sheba
    Rihm - Die Eroberung von Mexico
    Rimsky Korsakov - Capriccio Espagnole, op. 34
    Rimsky-Korsakov - Scheherazade
    Rimsky-Korsakov - Symphony no. 2 "Antar"
    Rossini - The Barber of Seville
    Rossini - Semiramide
    Saariaho - Six Japanese Gardens
    Sallinen - Chamber Music III, op. 58 "The Nocturnal Dances of Don Juanquixote"
    Schat - Monkey Subdues the White-Bone Demon
    Schumann - Spanisches Liederspiel, op. 74
    Shchedrin - Carmen Suite
    Strauss, R. - Don Juan
    Strauss, R. - Don Quixote
    Stravinsky - Three Japanese Songs
    Szymanowski - Symphony no. 3 "Song of the Night"
    Tchaikovsky - Arabian Dance (from the Nutcracker)
    Tcherepnin - Piano Concerto no. 4, op. 78 "Fantaisie"
    Tcherepnin - Symphony no. 3 "Chinese"
    Verdi - Don Carlos
    Verdi - Il Trovatore
    Verdi - La Forza del Destino
    Vivier - Zipangu
    Wolf - Spanisches Liederbuch
    Wolf - Der Corregidor
    Zender - Fünf Haiku (Lo-Shu IV)

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