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
Elogio de la Danza, for guitar 1964 06:03 Chamber Music
Canción de Cuna on a theme of Grenet, berceuse for guitar 1970 03:35 Chamber Music
Danza Caracteristica, for guitar 1957 02:53 Chamber Music
Ojos brujos, for guitar 1970 02:18 Chamber Music
Paisaje Cubano con Lluvia, for 4 guitars (Cuban Landscape with Rain) 07:03 Chamber Music
Variations on a Theme of Django Reinhardt, for guitar 1983 07:37 Chamber Music
Paisaje Cubano con Campañas, for guitar 06:30 Chamber Music
Preludios epigramaticos, for guitar 1981 10:20 Chamber Music
Black Decameron, suite (3) for guitar 1981 13:15 Chamber Music
Un dia de noviembre, for guitar 1968 04:13 Chamber Music
Estudios Sencillos (20) for guitar 13:15 Chamber Music
Micropiezas (4) for 2 guitars 06:15 Chamber Music
Danza del Altiplano, for guitar 03:14 Chamber Music
Tarantos, for guitar 04:49 Chamber Music
Hika "In Memoriam Toru Takemitsu", for guitar 1996 07:33 Chamber Music
Sonata for guitar 1990 14:55 Chamber Music
Paisaje Cubano con Rumba, for 4 guitars 1985 07:23 Chamber Music
Tres Danzas concertantes, for guitar & string orchestra 1958 13:53 Concerto
From Yesterday to Penny Lane: 7 Songs after the Beatles, for guitar & strings 1995 20:51 Concerto
Apuntes (3) for guitar 04:39 Chamber Music
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