Leo Brouwer: Deux Themes Populaires Cubains
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Leo Brouwer was born in Havan in 1939 and studied guitar and composition in Cuba. In 1959-60 he attended the Juilliard School of Music and Hartford University where the specialized in composition. In 1961 he was appointed Director of the Cuban Cinematographic Institute and professor of harmony and counterpoint at the National Roldan Conservatory in Havana. Leo Brouwer is considered to be one of the most important and prolific composers of the classical guitar and his works have been performed by many renowned guitarists. In addition to his compositions for guitar he has written ballets, operas as well as orchestral and ensemble works.
1. Berceuse (Cancion de Cuna)
2. Les yeux sorciers (Ojos brujos)