Of Lorca
Sevillanas del siglo XVIII. “La Argentinita” with FGL on piano. Other songs of Lorca’s follow if you keep listening (El café de las chinitas, Anda jaleo, and more).

Musical settings of Lorca’s work
Francis Poulenc set three poems from Lorca’s early collection Canciones to music (they are from the series in Canciones titled “Trasmundo”).
Germaine Montero, Canción de Belisa (from Lorca’s play, Los amores de don Perimplín con Belisa en el jardín, 1933)
Isabel Parra, Casida de las palomas oscuras. The signature poem of this course blog. Parra and other 20th-21st century singers have numerous recordings of this and other Lorca songs and poems.
Paco Ibáñez, 12 temas a García Lorca (not the same as the 12 songs below).
Paco de Lucía, 12 folk/popular songs collected/composed by Lorca.
Rolando Alarcón, Tres morillas de Jaén (medieval song collected and arranged by Lorca; this has been recorded by Teresa Berganza, Jordi Savall, and more major figures in music).

On Lorca
Poulenc, Sonate pour violon et piano (Violin Sonata), FP 119, composed 1942–1943 in memory of Lorca. Listen to 1976 performance by Yehudi Menuhim and Jacques Février.