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Alfredo Carrasco Candil
1875 - 1945
A. Carrasco Candil
Alfredo Carrasco Candil (04/05/1875 - 31/12/1945), a Mexican composer; born in Culiacan, Mexico, died in Mexico City. In Guadalajara, he had studied under Andres Tenorio, the flute and Francisco Godinez, the organ. He was appointed an organist in Guadalajara and was a conductor of the children’s chorus at a cathedral. He had also founded a piano academy. In 1918, he moved to Mexico City where he lived until he died. He began writing music when he was twelve years old, and became a creative and multitalented composer. His compositions were traditional, and romantic style, was influence by the works of Faure and Franck. Much of his compositions have been lost, but according to him he composed over two hundred works. His works consisted of religious music, piano works, zarzuelas, and chamber music. His work is considered an important part of twentieth century Mexican music.
Gran Misa de Requiem
Composed in:1943
Musical form:mass
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Source:Robert Chase, Dies Irae: A Guide to Requiem Music, Scarecrow Press, Inc. 2003