Revueltas, The Chicago Years

Parker, Robert
September 2004
Latin American Music Review;Fall/Winter2004, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p180
Academic Journal
Focuses on the life of Mexican violinist Silvestre Revueltas in Chicago, Illinois during the 1920s. Reasons behind the decision of his father to make him continue his education abroad; Career background; Importance of his experiences in Chicago for his preparation for employment and musical development.


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