-Noches de España (Nights
-Nocturn-trio - 1873
-Quartet - 1879
-Gaillard - 1879
-Super Flumina Babilonis
(The money box) - 1873
Masses / religious
-Mass for two voices and organ - 1857
-Three Masses for three voices and organ - 1861 - 1865 - 1866
(The last Abencerraje)
-Quasimodo - 1875
-Cleopatra - 1878
-Eda - 1887
-Mara - 1889
-Els Pirineus (The Pyrenees) - 1893
(The procuress) - 1902
-El Comte Arnau (The count
Arnau) - 1904
-La matinada (Early morning) - 1906
-Estrofas de Santa Teresa
de Jesús (Verses
of S.Therese of Jesus)
-Les cinq roses (The fifth roses)
-L'herba de l'amor (The grass of love)
-Lo sant nom de Jesús (The saint name of Jesus)
-Sant Joseph (Saint Joseph)
que et veig
(Every time i see you)
-Canciones Arabescas (Arabesc songs)
-Jesús als pecadors
(Jesus to the sinfuls)
-La Sagrada Familia (The sacred family)
-La primavera que a estimar convida (The spring invites to love)
veu de les muntanyes
(The voice of
mountains) - 1877
-I trionfi (The triumphs) - 1880
-Excelsior - 1880
in Tortosa the 18 February of 1841.
His firsts contacts with the music were as a singer of the choir of the
cathedral of Tortosa. At the age of 15 years he composed a three
voices "Stabat Mater".
In 1863 Pedrell went to Barcelona to follow musical studies, but later and
pensioned by the Diputacions (Regional administrations) of
Tarragona and Girona he went in 1876 to Rome and in 1877 to Paris to develop his
capacities. Later in 1894 he moved to Madrid where in 1915 he was
appointed as professor of Conservatory.
Because his trips to Italy and France, Pedrell was the first Catalan
modernist musician to contact with foreign music, and that contact was
essential to define his future musical tendencies as composer of cultivate
and popular music. He was one of the firsts introducers of Wagner music in
Catalonia and Spain.
As a leader of Catalan music renewal, he was the master of Enric Granados,
Manuel de Falla, Robert Gerhard, Isaac Albéniz and other Catalan and Spanish musicians.
Pedrell also founded musicology schools in Catalonia and in Spain.
He was a very active composer, developing all the musical stiles, an in addition
of his operas, he was also the composer of a big quantity of lyric works, symphonic
poems and religious and chamber music.
Pedrell also wrote musical treaties and published musical collections as:
-"Diccionario técnico de la música" (Music technical
dictionary) in 1894.
-"Diccionario biográfico y bibliográfico de músicos
españoles" (Biographical and bibliographical dictionary of Spanish musicians) in
-"Emporio científico e histórico de organografía musical
española antigua" (Scientific and historic treaty on the old Spanish organ music) in
-"Catalogo de la Biblioteca de la Diputación de
Barcelona" (Catalogue of the library of de provincial government of Barcelona) in 1908.
-"La festa d'Elx o el drama liturgic espanyol" (The Elx
fest or the liturgical Spanish drama) in 1901.
vells de la terra" (Old country musicians), on Catalan musicians of
XVI and XVIIth. centuries, published between 1904 and 1910.
-"Salterio sacro-hispano" (Sacred Hispanic Psalter),
published between 1892 and 1905.
-"Hispaniae Schola Musica Sacra" in 1896.
-"El teatro lírico español anterior al siglo XIX" (The
Spanish Lyric theatre before the XIXth. century) in 1898.
-"El organista litúrgico español" (The Spanish
liturgical organist) in 1905.
-"Cancionero musical popular español" (Collection of
Spanish popular songs) in 1922.
-"Obras completas de Tomás Luis de Victoria" (Complete
works of Tomás Luis de Victoria) published between 1902 and 1912.
-"Els madrigals i la missa de requiem de Joan Brudieu"
(The madrigals and requiem mass of Joan Brudieu) wrote in collaboration of Higini Anglès
and published in 1927.
Finally, Felip Pedrell wrote also various articles as "Jornadas de
arte" (Art conferences) between 1841and 1891, "Musicalerias"
(Musicalities) in 1906 and "Jornadas postreras" (Last
conferences) in 1922.
Felip Pedrell died in Barcelona the 19 August of the year 1922.