Alan Lomax ‎– Spain

Columbia Masterworks ‎– 91A-02001
Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Reissue

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A1.1 J. M. Rodriguez Alborada De Vigo
Panpipes [Pito] – J. M. RodriguezRecorded By – Alan Lomax, Jeanette Bell
A1.2 Evangelina Carballo Cante De Espadela
Vocals – Evangelina Carballo
A1.3 Emilio Soto And J. M. Rodriguez Canto De Arriero
Vocals – Emilio Soto, J. M. Rodriguez
A1.4 Chorus Of Young Men Of Sobado del Obispo A Raiz De Toxo Verde
Vocals – Chorus Of Young Men Of Sobado del Obispo
A1.5 Modesto Sánchez Garcia With Drum Accompaniment By Gabriel Gonzales Adam Foliada
Bagpipes – Modesto Sánchez GarciaDrum – Gabriel Gonzales Adam
A1.6 Manuela Lema Santos And Her Sisters Alalá-Muiñeira
Tambourine – Unknown ArtistVocals – Manuela Lema Santos And Her Sisters
A2.1 Carlos Fernández Soles Adios La Mia Vaca Pinta
Vocals – Carlos Fernández Soles
A2.2 Joaquina Lagar Leading The People Of Pola de Siero Viva La Virgen Del Carmen
Leader – Joaquina LagarPerformer – The People Of Pola de Siero
A2.3 Four Vaqueiro Women* De Los Tres Colores, Madre
Tambourine, Castanets, Percussion [Payecha] – Unknown ArtistVocals – Four Vaqueiro Women*
A2.4 The Dancers of Cabezón de la Fuente Danza De Ibios
Horn [Conch Shell], Drum – The Dancers of Cabezón de la Fuente
A3.1 Dolores Fernández Duermete, Niño
Vocals – Dolores Fernández
A3.2 The Dancers of Cabezón de la Fuente Canto De Hilar
Horn [Conch Shell], Drum – The Dancers of Cabezón de la Fuente
A3.3 Aquilino Pastor Corrido And Bolero
Castanets – Unknown ArtistFlute, Snare [Tabor] – Aquilino Pastor
A4.1 Juan Pastor Gerineldo
Vocals – Juan Pastor
A4.2 Group Of Five Old Women* Larin, Larero
Vocals – Group Of Five Old Women*
A4.3 Group Of Young Women* Pandero
Vocals – Group Of Young Women*
A4.4 Manuela Santayana And Mixed Group Llamale, Majo, Al Toro
Guitar, Drum [Ximbomba], Rebec, Castanets – Unknown ArtistVocals – Manuela Santayana And Mixed Group
A4.5 Four Young Men* Caracoles
Vocals, Performer [Almirezes] – Four Young Men*
A4.6 Orchestra Of Jesus Ordoñez Jota Manchega
Orchestra, Vocals – Orchestra Of Jesus Ordoñez
B1.1 Inez Muñoz Fandango De Comares
Guitar, Bandurria, Oud, Castanets – Unknown ArtistVocals – Inez Muñoz
B1.2 Alfonso Gavino And Anastacio Baque Ruiz Fandango
Vocals – Alfonso Gavino, Anastacio Baque Ruiz
B1.3 Pili With Sebastián Nuñez And His Group Bulerîas
Performer – PiliPerformer, Guitar, Castanets, Handclaps – Sebastián Nuñez And His Group
B1.4 Military Band*, Crowd*, Woman Soloist* Saeta
Noises – Crowd*Performer [Introduced By] – Military Band*Recorded By – Radio NationalSoloist – Woman Soloist*
B1.5 Jose Manuel López Alba Y Camino
Flute, Snare [Tabor] – Jose Manuel López
B1.6 Young Woman* With Crowd* Sevillana
Handclaps – Crowd*Recorded By – Radio NationalVocals – Young Woman*
B1.7 Campanilleros de Bormujo Pastores De Bormujo
Recorded By, Vocals, Chorus, Castanets, Tambourine, Triangle, Bells [Handbell], Percussion [Cántaro], Cymbal [Platillos] – Campanilleros de Bormujo
B2.1 Juan López Sánchez And Nine Other Members Of Campañilleros Of Monteagudo Salve De San Antonio
Vocals – Juan López Sánchez And Nine Other Members Of Campañilleros Of Monteagudo
Valencia And The Balearics
B2.2 José Calafero El U
Guitar [Two Guitars], Trombone, Trumpet, Clarinet – Unknown ArtistVocals – José Calafero
B3.1 Catalina Mateu Canta De Segar
Vocals – Catalina Mateu
B3.2 Francisco Capo Canta De Trillar
Vocals – Francisco Capo
B3.3 Two Men* Caramiles
Flute, Snare [Tabor], Instruments [Espadín], Castanets [Large] – Unknown ArtistVocals – Two Men*
B3.4 Dansadors de Pont d'Inca Parado De Selva
Vocals, Performer [Played By], Guitar, Bandurria – Dansadors de Pont d'Inca
The Basque Provinces
B4.1 Group Of Fifty Fishermen* Unia Baiole
Vocals – Group Of Fifty Fishermen*
B4.2 Aranza Goichi Arin-Arin
Vocals, Tambourine [Alboga] – Aranza Goichi
B4.3 Mariano Iceta Irrintzik
Performer – Mariano Iceta



Spanish Folk Music, recorded in Spain and edited with the aid of the Museum of Pontevedra, Juan Uria Riu, Juan Carlo Baroja, Radio National, Antonio Mari, Walter Starkie.

A3.1 is printed as "Corrido-Bolrero" in the tracklisting, and "Corriro And Bolero" in the liner notes.
A4.2 is printed as "Larin-Lareo" in the tracklisting, and "Larin, Larero" in the liner notes.
A4.4 is printed as "Dámale, majo, al toro" in the tracklisting, and "Llamale, majo, al toro" in the liner notes.

A1.1: played on the pito (panpipe), Faramontes Orense.
A1.2: Solveira, Orense.
A1.3: (Muleteer Song) San Miguel del Campo, Orense.
A1.4: (The Root of the Green Yew), sung by a chorus of the young men of Sobado del Obispo, Orense.
A1.5: played on the bagpipe with drum accompaniment, Ribadavia.
A1.6: with tamborine accompaniment.
A2.1: (Goodbye my little spotted heifer) an asturianada, Aller.
A2.2: Asturias.
A2.3: Vaqueirina sung by four vaqueiro women with tamborine, castanet, and payecha accompaniment, Luarca, Asturias.
A2.4: Santander.
A3.1: (Go to sleep, baby) Val de San Lorenzo, Maragates, Astorgas, León.
A3.2: Santander.
A3.3: With castanet accompaniment, Santa Catalina, Astorga.
A4.1: La Madronera, Trujillo.
A4.2: Sung by a group of five old women, Arroyo de la Luz, Caceres.
A4.3: Sung by group of young women with pandero acc., Arroyo de la Luz, Caceres.
A4.4: Sung by Manuela Santayana and mixed group, accompanied on guitar, ximbomba (friction drum), rabel (rebec), and castanets, Lagartera, Oropesa.
A4.5: Sung by four young men with almirezes, Pegas de Matute, Segovia.
A4.6: Played and sung by the orchestra of Jesus Ordoñez, Infantes, La Mancha.
B1.1: With guitar, bandurria, oud and castanet accompaniment, from Cadiz.
B1.2: Sung unaccompanied, Bormujo, Seville.
B1.3: Performed by Pili with Sebastián Nuñez and his group, several guitars, dancers, castanets, clapping, Jerez de la Fronteva.
B1.4: Introduced by military band, noise of crowd, woman soloist, recorded in Seville by Radio National, Madrid.
B1.5: (Dawn and the Road), Bollullo, Seville.
B1.6: Sung by a young woman, with clapping crowd, recorded in Seville, during "romeria", by Radio National, Madrid.
B1.7: Recorded by Campanilleros de Bormujo, girl singer, chorus with castanets, tamborine, cántaro, platillos, triangle, handbell, Bormujo, near Seville.
B2.1: Murcia.
B2.2: With two guitars, trombone, trumpet and clarinet, Valencia City.
B3.1: Soller, Mallorca.
B3.2: Soller, Mallorca.
B3.4: Sung by two men with accompaniment of flute and tabor, espadín and large castanets, inside the church, San José, Ibiza.
B3.5: Sung and played by the Dansadors de Pont d'Inca with guitar, bandurria.
B4.1: Sung by a group of fifty fishermen. Ondarroa, Vizcaya.
B4.2: Ceanuri, Vizcaya.
B4.3: A Basque rallying or war cry. Elizondo, Navarre.

Dark blue labels, "Columbia Masterworks" in goldish silver. "Long (LP) Playing" printed in the bottom of the label.

(Sleeve) Printed in U.S.A.
(Record) Made in U.S.A.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other (Labels, Sides A and B): 91A-02001
  • Matrix / Runout (Label, Side A): x"LP" 14070
  • Matrix / Runout (Label, Side B): x"LP" 14071
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, Side A): XXLP14070-1F COLUMBIA NY
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, Side B): XXLP14071-1F COLUMBIA NY

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SL-216, SL 216 Alan Lomax Spain(LP, Comp) Columbia Masterworks, Columbia Masterworks SL-216, SL 216 US 1955 Sell This Version
KL-216, KL4953 Alan Lomax Spain(LP, Comp) Columbia Masterworks, Columbia Masterworks KL-216, KL4953 US Unknown Sell This Version
11661 1744-2 Various World Library Of Folk & Primitive Music: Spain(CD, Album, Comp) Rounder Records 11661 1744-2 US 1999 Sell This Version