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Was This Man The Mahler Of Mexico?

Silvestre Revueltas "wasn't exactly a nationalist; folk music didn't much interest him. He did, however, relish the popular idioms of his land. His music may call to mind Stravinsky at certain times, Mahler at others, as well as Bartók and Edgard Varèse, yet pulsing through its pages are the soulful sounds of the bands playing […]
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