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Alberto Grau- 21 sacred and secular polyphonies

Alberto Grau- 21 sacred and secular polyphonies

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Composer and choral conductor Alberto GRAU (born in 1937) is recognized as one of Venezuela’s most influential contemporary musicians. Known for his career as a choral conductor, GRAU has become a leading composer of choral music in Latin America. A number of his works have been printed by major publishing houses in the United States, England, Venezuela and France.Alberto GRAU has studied under the direction of the most prominent Venezuelan musicians and has received numerous awards for his choral works. He is the founder of the the Orfeón Universitario Simón Bolívar and the Schola Cantorum de Venezuela, which received First Prize in the « Guido D’Arezzo » competition in Italy in 1974. He has been a professor of choral music for over 30 years, at the University Institute of Musical Studiesand the Simón Bolívar University in Caracas. He was vice-president of the International Choral Music Federation from 1982 to 1996.Alberto GRAU is currently active in pedagogical projects which are changing the lives of thousands of youth in Latin America : Construir Cantando (Building Through Singing), Music for Social Action and the Andean Youth Choral Project.

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Como busca el tierno infante (Alberto Grau)
Toquemos los instrumentos (Alberto Grau )
Esplendida noche (Alberto Grau )
Tun tun (Alberto Grau )
Parranda (Alberto Grau / Vincente Emilio Sojo )
Si acaso algun vecino (Alberto Grau )
Nino venturoso (Alberto Grau )
Como sucedio (Alberto Grau/ Maria Ramos)
Que pase, que pase (Alberto Grau/ Jesus Rosas Marcano)
Aguinaldo de los reyes (Alberto Grau)
Allegria allegria ( Alfonso X “El Sabio”/ Alberto Grau )
Cantemos allegres (Alberto Grau )
Cantad coros del mundo (Alberto Grau/ Daniel Salas)
Da que deus m'amou ( Alfonso X “El Sabio”/ Alberto Grau )
Doxa patri (Alberto Grau )
Purissima (Alberto Grau )
Salve (Alberto Grau )
Alai cui cui (Alberto Grau/ Traditionnel)
Hoy es tu dia ( Traditionnel/ Alberto Grau )
Besame mucho (Consuelo Velasquez/ Alberto Grau )
Son de la loma (Miguel Matamoros/ Alberto Grau )


Composer and choral conductor Alberto GRAU (born in 1937) is recognized as one of Venezuela’s most influential contemporary musicians. Known for his career as a choral conductor, GRAU has become a leading composer of choral music in Latin America. A number of his works have been printed by major publishing houses in the United States, England, Venezuela and France.Alberto GRAU has studied under the direction of the most prominent Venezuelan musicians and has received numerous awards for his choral works. He is the founder of the the Orfeón Universitario Simón Bolívar and the Schola Cantorum de Venezuela, which received First Prize in the « Guido D’Arezzo » competition in Italy in 1974. He has been a professor of choral music for over 30 years, at the University Institute of Musical Studiesand the Simón Bolívar University in Caracas. He was vice-president of the International Choral Music Federation from 1982 to 1996.Alberto GRAU is currently active in pedagogical projects which are changing the lives of thousands of youth in Latin America : Construir Cantando (Building Through Singing), Music for Social Action and the Andean Youth Choral Project.