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A concert whose programme consisted entirely of such valses venezolanos Venezuelan waltzes by the distinguished Venezuelan pianist Evencio Castellanos — convinced Lauro that the guitar, too, should have comparable pieces in its repertory. John Williams is quoted as having referred to Antonio Lauro as being the ” Strauss of the guitar”. The works of Antonio Lauro have long been very popular with guitarists worldwide, yet there have been few recordings devoted exclusively to him. Retrieved from ” https: Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.
In the following decades Lauro’s compositions were published, recorded and performed throughout the world, and his contributions to his nation’s musical life were recognized and acknowledged. In spite of his modest insistence that he was a composer rather than a performer, he was persuaded by his friends to embark upon a solo concert tour, which began in Venezuela and culminated in a triumphant performance at London’s Wigmore Hall.
Antonio Lauro August 3, — April 18, was a Venezuelan musician, considered to be one of the foremost South American composers for the guitar in the 20th century. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.
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He occasionally experimented with modern compositional techniques, but most of his guitar music remains essentially on the Calle Real or “main street,” an expression used by musicians of Lauro’s generation to refer to a straight and direct route, without distracting harmonic detours.
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In addition to his guitar pieces, Lauro composed dozens of works for orchestra, choir, piano and voice; many of which remain unpublished. For the bishop, see Antonio Lauro bishop.
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Classical music, Venezuelan popular music. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like many South Americans of his generation, Lauro was a fervent cultural nationalist, determined to rescue and celebrate his nation’s musical heritage.
This page was last edited on 3 Novemberat Additionally, Lauro’s masterpieces have been the core of studies, workshops and Masters in Universities all around the World.
Lauro later shrugged off the experience, telling his friends that prison was a normal part of life for the Venezuelan man of his generation. His father Antonio Lauro Ventura, an Italian immigrant, was a barber who could sing and play the guitar so he taught his son what he could, but died when Antonio was still a child.