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Homenaje a Héctor Campos Parsi.
As my last requirement for the degree of Doctor of Musical Arts, I will be presenting my lecture recital about the vocal works of Puerto Rican composer.
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Héctor Campos Parsi (October 1, 1922 – January 30, 1998) was a Puerto Rican composer. He studied at the New England Conservatory with Francis Judd Cooke, he also studied with Paul Hindemith. In Tanglewood he studied with Olivier Messiaen and Aaron Copland and in France with Nadia Boulanger. YouTube Encyclopedic. Walter Heinze - La guitarra de Walter Heinze - The Guitar Of - Full Album. Héctor Ulises Passarella - Fugatango (Live). Campos Parsi's major works include Divertimento del Sur for string orchestra with flute and clarinet solos, and the piano work Sonata in G, dedicated to pianist Jesus Maria Sanroma
Divertimento for String Orchestra S. 13 B. 18 is a three-movement work composed by Béla Bartók in 1939, scored for full orchestral strings. Paul Sacher, a Swiss conductor, patron, impresario, and the founder of the chamber orchestra Basler Kammerorchester, commissioned Bartók to compose the Divertimento, which is now known to be the pair’s last collaborative work.
Campos-Parsi, HéctorCampos-Parsi, Héctor, Puerto Rican composer; b. Ponce, Oct. 1, 1922. He studied in Ponce, then at the Univ. of Puerto Rico in Río Piedras (1938–44). Source for information on Campos-Parsi, Héctor: Baker’s Biographical Dictionary of Musicians dictionary. Divertimento de Sur for Flute, Clarinet, and Strings (1953); Oda a Cabo Rojo (1959); Rapsodia elegíaca for Strings (1960); Kollagia for Orch. Percussion, and Tape (1963); Dúo trágico for Piano and Orch. 1964); Tiempo sereno for Strings (1983); Trés Madrigales for Soprano and Strings (1983); Tissú for Accordion and Small Orch.
Campos - Parsi studied art education in Puerto Rico, then music at the New England Conservatory in Boston with Francis Judd Cooke at the Berkshire Music Center at Aaron Copland, Irving Fine and Olivier Messiaen as well as in Paris with Nadia Boulanger. In 1954 he returned to Puerto Rico, where he taught at the Escuela Libre de Música and later at the Conservatorio de Música, which he founded in San Juan. He composed three ballets, a piece for percussion, tape and orchestra, a piano concerto, chamber music, piano pieces, cantatas, choruses and songs. Oda a Cabo Rojo for orchestra, 1958. Divertimiento del Sur for chamber orchestra, 1953. Rapsodia Elegiaca for chamber orchestra, 1960. Urayoán, Ballet, 1958. Juan Bobo las fiestas, Ballet Suite, 1957. Canciones del Cielo y Agua, 1949. Dúo Trágico for Piano and Orchestra, 1965. Sonetos Sagrados, 1986.
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