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Cinco canciones tijuanenses Op. 27 (2004) Five Tijuana Songs, a song cycle of five songs, for bass voice, bassoon and piano, was recorded by bass Stephen West, bassoonist Jeffrey Lyman, and pianist Daniel Pesca, and is included in their album El Bajón en México at the Itunes store. The album was released in June 2010, and features contemporary Mexican bassoon music. The cycle presents settings of poems by Rosina Conde, Roberto Castillo Iduarte, Alfonso Garcia Cortez, and Francisco Bernal, all poets from Baja California. 
Concierto barroco Op. 18 (2002), a quartet in three movements, for flute, violin, cello and harpsichord, was recorded by Pacific Serenades and included in their CD Border Crossings.  The CD was released in January, 2008. 

The performers on the recording are Mark Carlson, flute (and also claves in the 1st mov.), Clayton Haslop, violin (and also maracas in the 1st mov.), David Speltz, cello, and Patricia Mabee, harpsichord.


Canto marino Op. 35 (2008) Songs of the Sea, a song cycle of three settings of poems by Mexican Rosina Conde, for soprano and doublebass, was recorded by the soprano Lourdes Ambriz and the doublebassist Luis Antonio Rojas, for their CD Cuerpo del Verano.  The CD was released on the Quindecim Recordings label in 2009.




Los Versos de la Maestra Op. 14 (1998) The Teacher's Verses, a song cycle of eight settings of poems by Chilean Gabriela Mistral, for soprano and guitar, was recorded by the soprano Claudia Montiel and the guitarist Carlos Bernal, for their CD La Cuerda del Tiempo.  The CD was released on the Quindecim Recordings label in 2001.



Música para cocinar Op. 17 (2001) Music for Cooking, a suite of three pieces for solo piano, as well as El bailarín Op. 20 (2002) The Dancer, a single piece also for solo piano, were recorded by pianist Farizat Tchibirova, for her CD Del Nocturno Al Libre Vuelo. This CD was released in 2002.