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Felipe Villanueva

Felipe Villanueva

Felipe Villanueva


Felipe de Jesús Villanueva Gutierrez (Tecamac, Mexico State, February 5, 1862 - Mexico City, May 28, 1893) was a violinist, pianist and composer in Mexico. One of the best known figures of the Mexican musical romance, which flourished during the historical period known in Mexico as the Porfiriato. At ten years old he wrote his patriotic cantata for piano and four voices, a year later he composed his mazurka for piano The last goodbye. In 1873 he entered the National Conservatory of Music under the protection of principal, Alfredo Bablot. Read more on Last.fm.
Felipe de Jesús Villanueva Gutierrez (Tecamac, Mexico State, February 5, 1862 - Mexico City, May 28, 1893) was a violinist, pianist and composer in Mexico. One of the best known figures of the Mexican musical romance, which flourished during the historical period known in Mexico as the Porfiriato. At ten years old he wrote his patriotic cantata for piano and four voices, a year later he composed his mazurka for piano The last goodbye. In 1873 he entered the National Conservatory of Music under the protection of principal, Alfredo Bablot. However it was later rejected by the school, so had to pay for his studies of piano and harmony privately with master Antonio Valle. In 1876, fourteen years old, became a violinist in the orchestra of the Teatro Hidalgo led by Joseph C.

Camacho, who took lessons in composition. In 1879 the international company and Levien Wagner Sues. published his piano pieces and Peñol The eruption of the cyclone, which made ​​known among the Mexican public. In 1887 he founded together with Ricardo Castro, Gustavo E. Campa and other Mexican musicians, the Music Institute, official academy of the Group of Six, which became the musical education of Mexico with a major contribution of Villanueva, who spread works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Frédéric Chopin, Franz Liszt and Anton Rubinstein. Although he died prematurely in 1893 at the age of 31, he left many works for piano, for voice and piano, and the comic opera Keofar (1892), which premiered at the Teatro Principal in Mexico City with great success.

His poetry is known as Waltz in its version for piano and symphonic arrangement in which he did Gustavo E. Campa. His piano work has been recorded by several Mexican concert. His remains were transferred in 1945 to the Rotunda of Illustrious Persons of Mexico City.

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