La composición en México en el siglo XX

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Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes, Jan 1, 1994 - Composers - 237 pages
"An important contribution to the study of 20th-century Mexican art music. Introduction sketches the 16th-18th-century origins of Mexican art music and discusses 19th-century composers such as Aniceto Ortega, Melesio Morales, Ricardo Castro, and Julio Ituarte. Then proceeds to the 20th century, examining the contributions of composers such as Manuel Ponce, Carlos Chávez, and Silvestre Revueltas, through Manuel Enríquez, Mario Lavista and other composers active in the early 1990s. Numerous photos and color plates accompany the narrative. Useful appendices include: '14 composers talk about aesthetics and their work;' brief biographies of 60 composers; and chronological lists of important 20th-century works by Mexican and non-Mexican composers"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58.

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SIGLOS DE ANTEPASADOS
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O BÚSQUEDAS Y VANGUARDIAS75
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a VIEJAS RAÍCES 2H DACAPO Y POSMODERNOS95
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