Carlos Guastavino: The Intersection of M&uacte;sica culta and Música popular in Argentine Song

Kulp, Jonathan
March 2003
Latin American Music Review;Spring/Summer2003, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p42
Academic Journal
Profiles Argentine composer Carlos Guastavino, who have been able to combine the concepts of música culta and música popular in the Argentine art music. Views on his musical works; Characteristics of his compositional output; Classification of his song production.


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