Antonio Lauro is one of the most famous composers to come from Venezuela. He has written many works for orchestra, piano, choir, harpsichord, and guitar. He is most well-known for his guitar works, this being his main instrument. The pieces represented in these guitar works are for players at a beginner-intermediate level, and in standard notation only. The Pavane is a courtly dance which comes originally from the north of Italy. It was widely played throughout Europe from the 16th Century and acquired a solemn character in Spain where it became very popular.
Antonio Lauro is the most famous of all Venezuelan composers. He wrote a large variety of original works, arrangements and transcriptions for the guitar, works for guitar and voice, guitar and harpsichord, duos and trios for guitar, works for piano, choral and orchestral works. His works for guitar have become classics, enriching the repertoire of this instrument with a number of pieces of great importance, influenced by the popular rhyhtms of his native country. His "Venezuelan Valses" which helped to establish his international reputation are now essential and required pieces in many competitions and festivals such as the Alirio Diaz International Guitar Competition. A more complete biography of Lauro can be found in many of the editions of his works. Alirio Diaz is considered to be one of the greatest Venezuelan guitarists in the history of the instrument. He has been an international soloist with the most prestigious orchestras in the world. He has also recorded the principal repertoire for the guitar from the 16th Century to the present, with a particular attention to Spanish, Italian, and Latin American works. He has received numerous awards and honors. Diaz is the founder of Caroni Music, a company whose aim is to promote the splendid and varied musical tradition of his country throughout the world.
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Description du livre Dave Mallison Publications, 2002. Paperback. État : New. N° de réf. du libraire P112843944120