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Conrad Susa's Carols & Lullabies - Sp. pronunciation guide?

Songs 2 & 8 have a Catalan pron. guide in the front of the booklet.
Does anyone have a guide for the rest of the songs?
 
Molto cantabile,
Dwight
Replies (8): Threaded | Chronological
on August 15, 2011 2:57pm
The rest of the movements are traditional Spanish.  the Catalan pronunciations are provided because of the unique dialect.
 
Grace and peace,
Larry Smith
Missouri Baptist University
St. Louis MO
smithl(a)mobap.edu
on August 16, 2011 7:26am
Dwight,

ECS Publishing (the publisher of "Carols and Lullabies") has a pronunciation guide CD available for sale at $7.35 per copy. The catalog number is 4839A. It was recorded by Antonio Oliart, Chief Radio Engineer at WGBH, Boston. His parents are from Catalonia, he was raised in Mexico, and he speaks both the Mexican and Spanish pronunciations of this dialect. Call (617-236-1935) or e-mail (office(a)ecspublishing.com) to order a copy by credit card (Amex, Mastercard, Visa). Thank you.

Sincerely yours,

Stanley M. Hoffman, Ph.D.
Chief Editor
ECS Publishing, Boston
on August 16, 2011 3:42pm
The Voices Chorale (Central NJ) self-produced a guide for the non-Catalan texts for a concert in 2009.  We provided a CD to the members for self-study.  I've uploaded the tracks as mp3 files into a zip file you can download from googledocs here.  You could create a CD from them or distribute them as is for playback via an ipod, etc....  Let me know if its not clear.
--John
on August 18, 2011 3:53pm
The material I posted above can also be accessed thru an interactive website that enables you to play the pronunciation track while reading the text. Its running off of my home computer, so for security you'll need to login (cnsusa, cnsusa).  Below is an image of a section of the site:
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