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Alberto Grau- Equal voices collection

Alberto Grau- Equal voices collection

(Code: A135300044)

The choirmaster and composer Alberto Grau was born in 1937. He is one of the best Venezuelan musicians of our days. He became one the most important choral music composer in Latin America. Many works were published by great publishers in the United States, in England, in Venezuela and in France. He studied with the greatest Venezuelan experts. He won many prizes for his choral works. He founded the Schola Cantorum de Venezuela and won the 1st prize for Guido d’Arezzo competition in 1974, and for Orfeón Universitario Simón Bolívar. He taught conducting for more than 30 years at the Institut Unversitaire d’Études Musicales and at the Simón Bolívar University, Caracas. He was a vice-president of the International Federation for Choral Music from 1982 to 1996. He is now focused on projects like “Construir Cantado” (building and singing) that have a great educational impact on thousands of children in Latin America.

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La flor de la miel (Alberto Grau/ Manuel Felipe Rugeles)
Cruje silba (Alberto Grau/ Andrés Bello)
Vou veri vou (Alberto Grau )
Si en este momento te duermes, querube ! (Alberto Grau/ Jesus Rosas Marcano)
Cumpleanos (Alberto Grau/ Jesus Rosas Marcano)
Kirio mirio (Alberto Grau/ Alberto Grau)
Elefantea nun da ? (Alberto Grau/ Alberto Grau)
La ronda que nunca se acaba (Alberto Grau/ Jesus Rosas Marcano)
Dolorosa (Alberto Grau/ Alberto Grau)
Salve (Alberto Grau )
Si San Pedro se muriera (Alberto Grau/ Traditionnel)
El San Pedro milagroso (Alberto Grau/ Traditionnel)
Ponte el gorro peruchito (Alberto Grau/ Traditionnel)
El San Pedro de mi tierra (Alberto Grau/ Traditionnel)
El San Pedro juega chapas (Alberto Grau/ Traditionnel)


The choirmaster and composer Alberto Grau was born in 1937. He is one of the best Venezuelan musicians of our days. He became one the most important choral music composer in Latin America. Many works were published by great publishers in the United States, in England, in Venezuela and in France. He studied with the greatest Venezuelan experts. He won many prizes for his choral works. He founded the Schola Cantorum de Venezuela and won the 1st prize for Guido d’Arezzo competition in 1974, and for Orfeón Universitario Simón Bolívar. He taught conducting for more than 30 years at the Institut Unversitaire d’Études Musicales and at the Simón Bolívar University, Caracas. He was a vice-president of the International Federation for Choral Music from 1982 to 1996. He is now focused on projects like “Construir Cantado” (building and singing) that have a great educational impact on thousands of children in Latin America.