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Federico Ruiz: Piano pieces for children under 100 years of age

Piano pieces for children under 100 years of age. Ruiz, Federico
 
Title

Piano pieces for children under 100 years of age

Composer

Federico Ruiz  (1948 - … )

Arranged by

Rodriguez, Clara

Instrumentation

Piano

Publisher Spartan Press
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Federico Ruiz was born in Caracas in 1948, eventually graduating with a Masters in Composition from the Escuela Superior de Música José Angel Lamas. His vast musical output ranges from electronic music to orchestral, choral, chamber music, and lieder. He has written two operas Los Martirios de Colón and La Mujer de Espaldas, and concertos for trumpet, guitar, and two for piano. Ruiz has been awarded many national and international prizes including the Aniversario de la Universidad Simón Bolívar (1976), Premio Nacional de Composición José Angel Lamas for large symphonic works (1981), the Premio Teatral ‘Juana Sujo’ (1990), and the ‘Premio María Teresa Castillo’ (1991) for film and theatre music. Federico Ruiz finds constant inspiration in the rich popular and folkloric music of his country, the very thing that first attracted Clara to his compositions. They first met in 1993 and she became acquainted not only with his music, but, through it, discovered the precision and the soft expressiveness of each of the numerous rhythms of Latin America and the Caribbean. His music is a sophisticated synthesis of Latin American styles that, amongst many other traits, expresses the subtle interface between ‘classical’ and ‘popular’ music of the continent.

(ISMN 9790579981886)