70 years of maestro Leo Brouwer, teacher of many generations of Cuban and foreign musicians.
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- culture an traditions
- 03 / 05 / 2009
Specially we must highlight his links with our cinema, his presence in charge of the mystical Grupo de Experimentacion Sonora del ICAIC, where he worked with important figures with the caliber of Silvio Rodríguez, Pablo Milanés, Noel Nicola, Emiliano Salvador, Leonardo Acosta, Sara González, Eduardo Ramos and Sergio Vitier, among many others, as well as with his own creations for the seventh art.
Many directors, among them Julio García Espinosa, Oscar Valdés, Sergio Giral, Enrique Pineda Barnet, Manuel Octavio Gómez, Humberto Solás and specially Tomás Gutiérrez Alea, Titón, had his collaboration. Specially Titon as it can be seeing the music composed by him for the third episode (La batalla de Santa Clara) of the first movie made by the ICAIC, Historias de la Revolucion, made by Titon.
Leo continued working for many years with Titon in a couple that created from the dramatic conception of the movie, the spirituality of its music, as it can be seen in classic movies made by Gutierres Alea, such as Memorias del Subdesarrollo, La última cena and Los sobrevivientes, among many others. Likewise it is worth mentioning the dramatic contribution of his musical speech in great movies made by Humberto Solas, such as Lucia and Cecilia.