Batucada by Isaias Savio

Batucada by Isaias Savio (1900-1977)

Isaiah Savio was a Uruguayan performer and educator based in Sao Paulo, from 1931. He studied piano as a child for 4 years and then opted for the classical guitar. He was a student of Conrad Koch , has given concerts throughout South America and, from 1931, settled in St. Paul, where he assumed the chair of classical guitar at the Conservatory of Music and Drama of St. Paul. Isaiah Savio was also a remarkable composer, with many pieces inspired by the Brazilian folklore. He was professor of great talents of Brazilian classical guitar, composer and arranger Marco Pereira , composer Jonathan Batista Neto , the concert Antonio Carlos Barbosa Lima and Maria Livia São Marcos and also the teacher Henrique Pinto.
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Cajita De Musica by Isaias Savio

Cajita De Musica by Isaias Savio (1900-1977)

Isaiah Savio was a Uruguayan performer and educator based in Sao Paulo, from 1931. He studied piano as a child for 4 years and then opted for the classical guitar. He was a student of Conrad Koch , has given concerts throughout South America and, from 1931, settled in St. Paul, where he assumed the chair of classical guitar at the Conservatory of Music and Drama of St. Paul. Isaiah Savio was also a remarkable composer, with many pieces inspired by the Brazilian folklore. He was professor of great talents of Brazilian classical guitar, composer and arranger Marco Pereira , composer Jonathan Batista Neto , the concert Antonio Carlos Barbosa Lima and Maria Livia São Marcos and also the teacher Henrique Pinto.
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La Cumparsita by Gerardo Matos Rodriguez

La Cumparsita by Gerardo Matos Rodriguez (1897-1948)

Gerardo Hernan Matos Rodríguez born in Montevideo, Uruguay, also known as Becho. Gerardo was the son of the owner of the Moulin Rougle, a popular local cabaret. He studied architecture, but did not complete the course. He began composing as a young student in 1917, and his first known work, La Cumparsita, which he wrote on the piano of the Federación de Estudiantes of Uruguay. It became one of the most recognizable tango pieces, though ironically, Matos was initially too shy to play the piece himself, and it became well-known through the performance of others.
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