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Turina (y Perez), Joaquin

Turina (y Perez), Joaquin (b Seville, 1882; d Madrid, 1949). Sp. composer, conductor, and pianist. Cond. ballet in Sp.; prof. of comp., Madrid Cons., from 1931. Wrote mus. criticism. Works, nationalist in style, incl.:OPERAS: La sulamita (c.1900); Margot (1914); Jardìn de oriente (1923).ORCH.: La procesión del Rocio (1913); Danzas fantásticas (1920); Sinfonia Sevillana (1920); Ritmos (1928); Rapsodia sinfónia, pf., str. (1931).CHAMBER MUSIC: pf. quintet (1907); str. qt. (1911); La oración del torero, str. qt. (also str. orch.) (1925); 2 vn. sonatas (1929, 1934); pf. qt. (1931); Circulo, pf. trio (1942).PIANO: Sonata romántica (1909); 3 Andalusian Dances (1912); Mujeres espan˜oles (2 sets, 1917, 1932); Jardines de Andalucia (1924); 5 Tarjetas postales (1930); 5 Siluetas (1932).VOICE & PIANO: Poema en forma de cancionces (1918); Saeta en forma de salve; Triptico (1929).GUITAR: sonata (1931); sonatina; Fandanguillo (1926); Hommage a Tárrega (1932); Sevillana (1923).

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Pezuela, Joaquín de la

Joaquín de la Pezuela (hwäkēn´ dā lä pāswā´lä), d. 1830, Spanish general, viceroy of Peru (1816–21). During the South American wars of independence from Spain he fought against the insurgent armies but was forced to resign because of his vacillation in meeting the forces of José de San Martín. He was succeeded by José de la Serna.

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