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In Europe Brazilian music is generally identified with the works by Villa-Lobos, the great 20th-century composer who unquestionably marked, with his strong personality, the music life of Brazil. Beside him, however, a number of other important composers, such as Edino Krieger, Ronaldo Miranda and Enrique Oswald, endeavoured to develop autonomous expressive languages which might be at the same time traditional and open to the new. In the present CD the most popular Brazilian violinist of the day, Claudio Cruz, and the pianist Nahim Marun offer a fascinating anthology of works for violin and piano written by the above-mentioned authors, all highly original as well as rarely recorded.
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