Leopoldo (Américo) Miguez


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Leopoldo (Américo) Miguez, who wrote music for orchestra, chamber and vocal music, was born in Niterói on the 9th September 1850, the same year of the composers Brandts Buys, Bretón y Hernández, Fanciulli, Faning, Fibich, Georges, Heuberger, Jordan, Keil, Komzák, Lange-Müller, Luigini, Meyer-Olbersleben, Olsen, Scharwenka, Scontrino, Serrano y Ruiz, Simon, Taneyev, Thomas, Thomé, Toulmouche, Urspruch. He died in Rio de Janeiro on the 6th July 1902

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"Pelo amor!" has been represented in Rio de Janeiro in 1897

"Os saldunes" was performed on the 20th of September 1901 in Rio de Janeiro

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"Bazille's Studio; 9 rue de la Condamine" (1870), oil on canvas, 98 x 128.5 cm, of the painter Frederic Bazille, contemporary of Miguez (Musee d'Orsay, Paris)

Leopoldo (Américo) Miguez

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