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Sheet music for Claudio Santoro
Guitar or Lute
Guitar Solo. Composed by Claudio Santoro (1919-1989). Editions Durand. Classical. 5 pages. Editions Durand #ME0855000. Published by Editions Durand (HL.50564322).
Vocal, Low Voice, Piano Accompaniment (Low Voice)
For Low Voice and Piano. Composed by Claudio Santoro (1919-1989). Peermusic Classical. Classical, Spanish. 6 pages. Peermusic #60367-214. Published by Peermusic (HL.227367).
Composed by Claudio Santoro (1919-1989). Peermusic Classical. Classical. Softcover. 6 pages. Peermusic #61166-601. Published by Peermusic (HL.228166).
Piano solo - Intermediate
Composed by Martha Appleby. Edited by David Appleby. Collection. Neil A. Kjos Music Company #WP137. Published by Neil A. Kjos Music Company (KJ.WP137).
Composed by Claudio Santoro (1919-1989). Classical. Score. Editions Jobert #JJ07753. Published by Editions Jobert (LM.JJ07753).
Piano - Level 4
Composed by Claudio Santoro (1919-1989). Classical. Score. 4 pages. Editions Jobert #JJ08590. Published by Editions Jobert (LM.JJ08590).
Claudio Santoro dedicated himself to the Dodecafonism, but around 1943, went to the Musical National style. He composed many masterworks in this period, inserting popular themes in classic structures. Some works of this period are the Symphony No. 4 and the Paulistanas (1953) for the piano. About 1960 years, he back to the Dodecafonism, doing in the last years, experiences acoustic-visual. Santoro composed some “Quadros Aleatorios” (Randon Paintings), compositions formed a recorded part in a magnetic tape and another part by his own paintings. He composed about eight symphonies, three concerts fro the piano, chamber music and the ballet Cobra Norato (Norato Snake — 1967), about an indian legend.