Estrada, Carlos, Uruguayan conductor, music educator, and composer; b. Montevideo, Sept. 15, 1909; d. there, May 7, 1970. He was a student in Montevideo of Adelina Perez Montero (piano), Carlos Correa Luna (violin), and Manuel Fernandez Espiro (harmony, counterpoint, and composition), and at the Paris Cons, of Roger-Ducasse and Biisser (composition), N. Gallon (counterpoint and fugue), and Paray, Wolff, and Gaubert (conducting). He was active in Montevideo as a conductor, and also was director of the National Cons. (1954–68). Among his works were L’Annonce faite a Marie, opera (1943), 2 syms. (1951,1967), Daniel, oratorio (1942), chamber music, and piano pieces.
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