Venezuelan Composers by Miguel Ficher, Latin American Classical Composers Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Latin American Classical Composers books, Contains biographical data on hundreds of composers from Latin America: dates of birth and death, information on their background and training, a selective listing of their works, and sources for further study, with an index of composers by country.
Contains biographical data on hundreds of composers from Latin America: dates of birth and death, information on their background and training, a selective listing of their works, and sources for further study, with an index of composers by country.
In compiling this landmark sourcebook, Finnish guitarists Hannu Annala and Heiki Matlik consulted more than 70 music texts as well as dozens of composer resumes acquired from the musical information centers of several countries. During the writing process, which lasted for more than three years, they received additional information from
Now in its third edition, Latin American Classical Composers provides a singular English-language resource for biographical information on hundreds of composers from Central and South America and the Hispanic Caribbean. Gathered from a variety of sources, it fills the gaps left by other major English-language music dictionaries and encyclopedias.
This document represents an initial endeavor in a long-lasting aspiration to pursue the study and collection of Latin American choral literature. This essay compiles the most complete and current catalogue possible of choral works written by nine Venezuelan composers born in the twentieth century and presents it in a simple
Juan Bautista Plaza (1898-1965) was one of the most important musicians in the history of Venezuela. In addition to composing in a variety of genres and styles, he was the leading figure in Venezuelan music education and musicology at a time when his compatriots were seeking to solidify their cultural