|Compositor||Crowl, Jr., Harry Lamott (1958 )|
|Obra||Solilóquio I (1995)|
|Instrumentación||Saxofón tenor solo|
Harry Crowl is a Brazilian composer of classical music born in https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Belo_Horizonte">Belo Horizonte, Brazil, on October 6th, 1958. First music studies in his native town. He went on to study in the US with Charles Jones, both privately and at the Juilliard School of Music. Back in Brazil, he got a degree in English and Portuguese at the Federal University of Ouro Preto. Further composition studies under Peter Sculthorpe in Dartington, England. A very prolific and active composer of the Brazilian 1980’s generation with 170 compositions written to 2018. His music draws on many influences, 20th century trends to early Portuguese polyphony and Brazilian colonial religious music, as well as from observing nature, environment, and literature. He is also interested in western literature, theater, cinema, visual arts and dance, as well as in languages. Currently living in Curitiba, southern Brazil, he is the Federal University of Paraná’s Philharmonic Orchestra Artistic Director and Professor of composition and music history at the School of Music and Fine Arts of Paraná (EMBAP), and also produces and presents programs for the State of Paraná Educational Radio. As a musicologist, he has discovered and published some important late 18th century music by Brazilian composers and has often disseminated the cause of Brazilian classical music through lectures, broadcasts and music festivals. He was ISCM’s Brazilian Section delegate from 2002 to 2006.
|Observaciones||Inédito. Estreno: Museu da Imagem e do Som, Curitiba, 14/12/1995. Solista: Rodrigo Capistrano.|