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Pablo Sorozábal Mariezcurrena (18 September 1897 – 26 December 1988) was a Basque-Spanish composer of zarzuelas, symphonic works, and the popular romanza, "No puede ser". He was born in San Sebastián, in a working-class family. Trained in San Sebastián, Madrid and Leipzig; then in Berlin, where he preferred Friedrich Koch as composition teacher to Arnold Schönberg, whose theories he disliked. It was in Germany that he made his conducting debut, and the rostrum remained at the centre of his working life. His Leipzig concert works include the choral Suite vasca (1923); Dos apuntes Vascos (1925) and Symphonic Variations on a Basque Theme (1927); of later works the funeral march Gernika for chorus and orchestra (1966) is outstanding. The Siete Lieder, 1929 settings of Heinrich Heine for mezzo-

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  • Pablo Sorozábal (São Sebastião, 18 de setembro de 1897 — Madrid, 26 de dezembro de 1988) foi um compositor espanhol. Entre seus principais e mais conhecidos trabalhos é necessário destacar Katiuska, la mujer rusa (1931, Barcelona), Adiós a la bohemia (1933, Madrid), La del manojo de rosas (1934, Madrid), La tabernera del puerto (1936, Barcelona), Black el Payaso (1942, Barcelona), Don Manolito (1943, Madrid), etc.
  • Pablo Sorozábal (né le 18 septembre 1897, à Saint-Sébastien – décédé le 26 décembre 1988, à Madrid ) est un compositeur espagnol, un des auteurs les plus en vue de musique symphonique et lyrique (zarzuela et óperas chicas) du XXe siècle. Parmi ses œuvres principales et les plus connues, on peut citer Katiuska, la mujer rusa (1931, Barcelone), Adiós a la bohemia (1933, Madrid), pour laquelle il a travaillé avec le grand écrivain Pío Baroja, La del manojo de rosas (1934, Madrid), La tabernera del puerto (1936, Barcelone), Black el Payaso (1942, Barcelone), Don Manolito (1943, Madrid), etc.
  • Pablo Sorozábal Mariezcurrena (18 September 1897 – 26 December 1988) was a Basque-Spanish composer of zarzuelas, symphonic works, and the popular romanza, "No puede ser". He was born in San Sebastián, in a working-class family. Trained in San Sebastián, Madrid and Leipzig; then in Berlin, where he preferred Friedrich Koch as composition teacher to Arnold Schönberg, whose theories he disliked. It was in Germany that he made his conducting debut, and the rostrum remained at the centre of his working life. His Leipzig concert works include the choral Suite vasca (1923); Dos apuntes Vascos (1925) and Symphonic Variations on a Basque Theme (1927); of later works the funeral march Gernika for chorus and orchestra (1966) is outstanding. The Siete Lieder, 1929 settings of Heinrich Heine for mezzo-
  • Pablo Sorozábal Mariezcurrena (San Sebastian, Gipuzkoa, 18 september 1897 – Madrid, 26 december 1988) was een Spaans componist en dirigent.
  • Pablo Sorozábal Mariezkurrena (San Sebastián, 18 de septiembre de 1897 — Madrid, 26 de diciembre de 1988), compositor español, uno de los más destacados autores de obras sinfónicas y del género lírico (zarzuela y óperas chicas) del siglo XX. Entre sus principales y más conocidas obras cabe destacar Katiuska, la mujer rusa (1931, Barcelona), Adiós a la bohemia (1933, Madrid), en la que trabajó con Pío Baroja, La del manojo de rosas (1934, Madrid), La tabernera del puerto (1936, Barcelona), Black el Payaso (1942, Barcelona), Don Manolito (1943, Madrid), etc.
  • パブロ・ソロサバル(Pablo Sorozábal, 1897年-1988年)は、芸術音楽と映画音楽の両方で活躍したスペインの作曲家。ドノスティア生まれのバスク人。 地元ドノスティアとマドリードで学んだ後、ライプツィヒに留学、さらにベルリン高等音楽学校に学ぶが、音楽理論の教師としてはアルノルト・シェーンベルクよりもフリードリヒ・コッホに好意を寄せていた。ドイツ時代に指揮者デビューを果たし、その後も指揮台が音楽活動の中心となった。ライプツィヒ時代の演奏会用の作品に、《バスク組曲 Suite vasca 》(1923年)、《バスクの二つの点描 Dos apuntes Vascos 》(1925年)、《バスクの主題による交響的変奏曲》(1927年)がある。ドイツ時代でおそらく最上の作品は、ハイネの詩に曲付けされた、メゾソプラノと管弦楽のための《7つのリート》(1929年)であろう。後期作品では合唱と管弦楽のための葬送行進曲《ゲルニカ》(1966年)が目立っている。オーケストラ伴奏つきの合唱曲では、1946年の映画音楽「 Jai-Alai 」が出典の《聖母マリア様 Maite 》と、1956年の《バスクの大地よ ¡Ay, tierra vasca! 》が、バスク人の心を捉えて離さない。
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