Imágenes, an orchestral tone poem by Mexican composer Candelario Huízar, is an example of early twentieth-century Mexican orchestral writing (ca. 1910–1920) that sits on the cusp between the French-influenced music of the Porfiriato (ca. 1890–1910) and the folk-inflected Nationalism that followed after the 1920's. An historical, stylistic, and analytical study of the work places it in the context of other works of the period. A new annotated edition of the work is based on available resources, including historical information and manuscript sources.
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|Advisor:||Olan, David, Nichols, Jeff|
|Commitee:||Leon, Tania, Piza, Antoni|
|School:||City University of New York|
|School Location:||United States -- New York|
|Source:||DAI-A 75/02(E), Dissertation Abstracts International|
|Keywords:||Composition, Mexico, Orchestra, Pre-nationalist|
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