Federico García Lorca

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Federico García Lorca
Federico García Lorca. Huerta de San Vicente, Granada.jpg
Born(1898-06-05)June 5, 1898
Fuente Vaqueros, Granada
DiedAugust 18, 1936(1936-08-18) (aged 38)
road from Víznar to Alfacar, Granada
OccupationTheater director, lyricist, author, playwright, poet, musician and cartoonist
Alma materUniversidad de Columbia, Facultad de Filosofía y Letras (Universidad de Granada)
Literary movementGeneración del 27
Notable works
  • Bodas de sangre
  • Yerma
  • Poeta en Nueva York
  • Poema del cante jondo
  • Así que pasen cinco años
  • El público
  • Diván del Tamarit
  • Doña Rosita la soltera
  • La casa de Bernarda Alba
  • Romancero gitano
  • Seis poemas galegos

Federico García Lorca (June 5, 1898 – August 18, 1936) was a Spanish poet, playwright and prose writer. Ascribed to the generation of 27, he was the most influential and popular poet of Spanish literature of the twentieth century and as a playwright is considered one of the peaks of Spanish theatre of the twentieth century. He was assassinated by the rebel side one month after the coup d'état that provoked the beginning of the Spanish Civil War.[1] Beyond his literary achievements, he was a fervent collector, arranger and performer of folk songs.[2]

Federico García Lorca in Philippe Jaroussky's discography, filmography and performance history

Studio albums

Year Title Studio album
2021 "Anda, jaleo" À sa guitare (Album)

On video

Concert programs

Year Title Concert program

See the respective program page for a list of possible recordings.

Complete list of musical pieces by Federico García Lorca

This listing only reflects the musical pieces performed by Philippe Jaroussky.

Year published or performed Title Composer Work Album, video or concert program Year first published/performed
2021 "Anda, jaleo" Federico García Lorca 13 Canciones españolas antiguas À sa guitare (Album)
  • Performed: 1931[1]
  • published: 1961[3]


  1. 1.0 1.1 "Federico García Lorca". Wikipedia. Archived from the original on 6 October 2021. Retrieved 6 October 2021.
  2. "Canciones españolas antiguas". Archived from the original on October 1, 2021. Retrieved October 1, 2021.
  3. "Canciones españolas antiguas (García Lorca, Federico)". IMSLP. Retrieved 6 October 2021.