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|1-6||Roma Dos Pianos||8:12|
|2-1||Rrose Sélavy (Solo)||6:30|
|2-2||Belle Haleine (Duo)||6:29|
|2-3||Rrose Sélavy (Trio)||6:26|
|2-4||Eau De Voilette (Quartetto)||6:30|
|2-5||Rrose Sélavy (Quintetto)||6:29|
|2-8||Étude De Stage||5:03|
|Tamaran "Gocce Di Sperma Per Dodici Pianoforti"|
- Mixed At – Regson Studio
- Artwork – Andrés Mengs
- Artwork, Composed By, Other [Liner Notes] – Juan Hidalgo
- Bassoon – Evadro Dall'Oca (tracks: 2-7)
- Conductor – José Luis Temes (tracks: 1-1 to 1-9)
- Engineer – Jim Kashishian
- English Horn – Giordano Cappello (tracks: 2-7)
- Flute – Franco Carabelli (tracks: 2-7)
- Performer – Juan Hidalgo (tracks: 2-1 to 2-6, 2-8 to 3-2)
- Performer [Ensemble] – Grupo Círculo (tracks: 1-1 to 1-9)
NotesEnclosed in a 395 pages book, ISBN: 84-89152-12-8, including essays, texts, illustrations, photographs, biographical information; and a booklet (48 pages). Texts in Spanish and English.
The discs, book and booklet have been issued in conjunction with the exhibition "De Juan Hidalgo 1957-1997" organised by the Centro Atlántico De Arte Moderno in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and by the exhibition hall "La Recova" of the Ayuntamiento De Santa Cruz De Tenerife.
Legal reference number / catalogue number for the discs:
CD 1: M-12066-1997
CD 2: M-12067-1997
CD 3: M-12068-1997
Ukanga, Caurga, Ja-U-La, Palpiti (Latidos), Roma Dos Pianos, Zajrit, Letrilla and Aulaga 2 were recorded at Kiryos and Cinearte Studios in Madrid between January and March 1997.
Kuutamo was recorded at Trak Studios in Madrid in September 1991.
Rrose Sélavy was recorded by the composer as a multi-track version in 1975 at Studi Ricordi, Milano, and mixed at Regson, Milano.
Offenes Trio was recorded live at the Rotonda del Pellegrini in Milan, 21st January 1959.
Étude de Stage was created on magnetic tape at the Research Department of the ORTF (French Radiotelevision) in 1961.
Tamaran was recorded by the composer as a multi-track version at Fono-Roma, Milan, in 1974.
Ukanga for five instrumental groups: A (violin, trombone and bassoon), B (flute/piccolo, viola and tuba), C (tumpet, clarinet and double bass), D (Glockenspiel, celesta and vibraphone) and E (grand piano and prepared piano)
Caurga for flute/piccolo, English horn, clarinet, bassoon, piano, violin, violoncello
Ja-U-La for two violins, two violas, violoncello, flute, clarinet and large conga drum
Palpiti (Latidos) for clarinet, piano, vibraphone, violin and violoncello
Kuutamo for E flat clarinet, horn, violoncello and doublebass
Roma Dos Pianos for two grand pianos and one or two pianists
Zajrit for one percussionist
Letrilla for soprano and piano
Aulaga 2 for clarinet and piano
Rrose Sélavy six pieces dampened for six sound sources
Offenes Trio for flute, English horn, and bassoon
Étude De Stage electronic piece on stereo magnetic tape
Tamaran for twelve grand pianos, struck directly on the strings
Rrose Sélavy was originally released on Cramps Records (CRSLP 6113) in 1976
Tamaran was originally released on Cramps Records (CRSLP 6102) in 1974
El Grupo Círculo included the following people at the time of this recording: Salvador Espasa, Flute; Carmen Guillem, Oboe; Salvador Vidal, Clarinet; Dominique Deguines, Bassoon; Pedro Estevan, Percussion; Adela González Campa, Piano; Rubén Fernández, Violin; María Teresa Gómez, Viola; Angel González Quiñones, Cello; Rosa María Molleda, Management; José Luis Temes, Conductor.
The following musicians have worked with El Grupo Círculo in this recording: Peregrín Caldés, Horn; Enrique Rioja, Trumpet; Stephane Loyer, Trombone; Walter Stormont, Tuba; Gonzalo Manzanares, Celesta; Conchi San Gregorio, Prepared Piano; José Alberto Aguilar, Percussion; Francisco Sard, Violin; Julia Jiménez, Viola; Tomás Garrido, Cello; Pablo Múzquiz, Double Bass.
There is no information available where each and every instrumentalist is playing on track 1-1 to 1-9.