Leo Brouwer

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Brouwer was the first Cuban composer to use aleatory forms. His varied output includes many works that reflect a Cuban influence and are strongly rhythmic.
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Canción de Cuna on a theme of Grenet, berceuse for guitar 1970 Chamber Music
Estudios Sencillos (20) for guitar Chamber Music
Elogio de la Danza, for guitar 1964 Chamber Music
Danza Caracteristica for guitar 1957 Chamber Music
Ojos brujos, for guitar 1970 Chamber Music
Black Decameron, suite (3) for guitar 1981 Chamber Music
Variations on a Theme of Django Reinhardt, for guitar 1983 Chamber Music
Un dia de noviembre, for guitar 1968 Chamber Music
Sonata for guitar 1990 Chamber Music
Micropiezas (4) for 2 guitars Chamber Music
Paisaje Cubano con Lluvia, for 4 guitars (Cuban Landscape with Rain) Chamber Music
Preludios epigramaticos, for guitar 1981 Chamber Music
Como aqua para chocolate (Like Water for Chocolate), film score 1992 Film Score
Aires Populares Cubanos (2), for guitar Chamber Music
Dos Temas Populares Cubanos, for guitar 1962 Chamber Music
Hika "In Memoriam Toru Takemitsu", for guitar 1996 Chamber Music
Apuntes (3) for guitar Chamber Music
Danza del Altiplano, for guitar Chamber Music
Guajira criolla, for guitar Chamber Music
From Yesterday to Penny Lane: 7 Songs after the Beatles, for guitar & strings 1995 Concerto
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