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|Birth name||Juan Leovigildo Brouwer Mezquida|
|Born||March 1, 1939 (age 80)|
|Genres||Classical, folk, aleatoric, atonal|
|Occupation(s)||Musician, composer, conductor|
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Juan Leovigildo Brouwer Mezquida (born March 1, 1939) is a Cubancomposer, conductor, and classical guitarist.
He is the grandson of Cuban composer Ernestina Lecuona y Casado. His great-uncle, Ernesto Lecuona, composed 'La Malagueña' and his second cousin, Margarita Lecuona, composed 'Babalú', which was popularized by Cuban musician and actor Desi Arnaz. He is a Member of Honour of the International Music Council.
- 1Music career
Brouwer was born in Havana. When he was 13, he began classical guitar with the encouragement of his father, who was an amateur guitarist. His teacher was Isaac Nicola, who was a student of Emilio Pujol, who was himself a student of Francisco Tárrega. At age 17 he performed publicly for the first time and began composing.
Brouwer went to the United States to study music at the Hartt College of Music of the University of Hartford, and later at the Juilliard School, where he studied under Vincent Persichetti and took composition classes with Stefan Wolpe.
In 1970 Brouwer played in the premiere of El Cimarrón by Hans Werner Henze in Berlin. Together with Morton Feldman, he was awarded a 1972 scholarship by the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) and to work as a guest composer and lecturer at the Academy of Science and Arts of Berlin. In Germany Brouwer also recorded a number of LPs for Deutsche Grammophon.
Composing and performing
In his early compositions, Brouwer remained close to the rhythms of Cuban music, while later he was drawn to aleatoric music. During the 1960s and 70s, he became interested in the music of modernist composers such as Luigi Nono and Iannis Xenakis, using indeterminacy in works such as Sonograma I. Other works from this period include the guitar pieces Canticum (1968), La espiral eterna (1971), Parábola (1973) and Tarantos (1974). More recently, Brouwer's works have leaned towards tonality and modality. The solo guitar works El Decamerón Negro (1981), Paisaje cubano con campanas (1986), and the Sonata (1990; for Julian Bream) exemplify this tendency. His playing career ended in the early 1980s due to an injury to a tendon in his right hand middle finger.
Brouwer has written for guitar, piano, and percussion, and has composed orchestral works, ballet, and music for over one hundred movies, including the film Like Water for Chocolate. For a guitar competition in Hungary in 1979, he wrote a composition that employed 200 guitarists. He is known for a series of studies called the Etudes Simples. Brouwer has also transcribed Beatles songs for classical guitar.
He has performed and recorded works by Sylvano Bussotti, Hans Werner Henze, Maurice Ohana, Cristóbal Halffter, Leni Alexander, Cornelius Cardew, and Heitor Villa-Lobos.
He has been a conductor for many symphony orchestras, including the BBC Concert Orchestra, the Berlin Philharmonic, and the Cordoba Symphony in Spain.
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Brouwer is involved in the Concurso y Festival Internacional de Guitarra de la Habana (Havana International Guitar Festival and Competition). He frequently travels to attend guitar festivals throughout the world, and especially to other Latin American countries.
Brouwer is a member of the Communist Party of Cuba, and has held a number of official posts in Cuba, including with the music department of the Cuban Institute of Cinematographic Art and Industry.
Brouwer is the great-uncle of Al Jourgensen of Ministry fame. Brouwer is the brother of Jourgensen's maternal grandfather.
Chamber and Solo Instrumental
- 2009 Mitología de las Aguas (Sonata No. 1 for flute and guitar)
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- 1968: Lucía
- 1992: Like Water for Chocolate (film)
- ^Sadie, Julie Anne; Samuel, Rhian (1994). The Norton/Grove dictionary of women composers(Digitized online by GoogleBooks). Retrieved 4 October 2010.
- ^ abcBergeron, Kathleen A. (28 September 2016). 'Letter from Havana: Leo Brouwer, the Rolling Stones, and the Cuban Guitar Scene'. Classical Guitar. Retrieved 28 November 2016.
- ^ abcdWhitesel, Tod. 'Leo Brouwer Biography & History AllMusic'. AllMusic. Retrieved 28 November 2016.
- ^LP: Hans Werner Henze – El Cimarrón (CD reissueArchived 2008-05-23 at the Wayback Machine)
- ^LP: Debut – Leo Brouwer, Gitarre (CD reissue of the modern works)
- ^LP: Musique Contemporaine pour guitareArchived 2008-04-22 at the Wayback Machine (CD reissue)
- ^Leo Brouwer Artist Profile/Interview
- ^Clive Kronenberg on Leo Brouwer
- ^RaraArchived 2011-04-24 at the Wayback Machine Recording by Leo Brouwer
- ^Brouwer, Leo; Hdez, Hernández; Carmona, Nisleidys Flores (2004). Leo Brouwer: gajes del oficio.
- Andy Daly, Leo Brouwer. Music Web International, accessed June 9, 2011
- Brouwer, Leo; Hdez, Hernández; Carmona, Nisleidys Flores (2004). Leo Brouwer: gajes del oficio.
- Hernández, Isabelle (2000). Leo Brouwer. Havana: Editora Musical de Cuba. ISBN959-7153-01-7.
- Hablar con Leo(in Spanish)
- 'Let Us Play for Our Children'Guitar magazine
- Hombre que juega Pedro de la Hoz, 2004 (Granma) (in Spanish)
- El Decameron Negro by Arnaud Dumond(in French)
- 12Entretiens avec Leo Brouwer by Arnaud Dumond, Françoise-Emmanuelle Denis (in French)
- An Interview With Leo Brouwer by Constance McKenna, 1988
- Leo Brouwer Artist Profile/Interview Classical Guitar Alive! (audio recording recovered from the Internet Archive)
- Leo Brouwer–Irakere (1978), written and directed by Jose Padron
- Leo Brouwer (2000), written and directed by Jose Padron
Cuban composer Leo Brouwer has been strongly identified with the guitar throughout his career. While his style often divulged folk influences -- especially early in his career -- it was generally individual, even though Afro-Cuban elements still seeped into it. Probably inspired by Canción de Cuna (Cradle Song) by Federico Garcia Lorca (1898-1936), Spanish poet and dramatist, this Berceuse has a lullaby-like manner in its gentle, serene theme.
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Leo Brouwer Estudios Sencillos
It opens with a pizzicato rhythmic idea, after which a simple but lovely theme is introduced, really a more developed version of the rhythmic motif. It is somewhat restricted in its range and has a rocking, soothing character in its unhurried gait. The opening material returns and, in fact, alternates with the main theme throughout. A brief second subject, which begins with a lively ascending run, appears twice to offer imaginative contrast while not actually breaking the dreamy mood. The piece ends quietly with the gentle rhythmic motif having the last say. Lasting nearly four minutes, this beautiful work must be counted as at least a minor masterpiece in the guitar literature.
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|2012||Acqua Records||AQ 322|
|2012||Square One||SQ 1021201|
|2011||La Ma De Guido||LMG 2103|
|2010||Natural Studio||NSRCD 016|
|2009||Highscore / Zebralution|
|2007||Universal Classics & Jazz|
|2007||Universal Classics & Jazz|
|2005||EMI Music Distribution||46809|
|2004||London/Decca / Decca||2503|
|1997||EMI Music Distribution||5665762|
|EMI Music Distribution||556578|