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Juan Francisco Sans

Juan Francisco Sans Venezuelan musicologist, composer and performer Juan Francisco Sans (1960-2022) studied composition, piano, organ, recorder and conducting. He gained his doctoral degree in the humanities from the Universidad Central de Venezuela, where he was a Professor of Musicology. His research centered on the dance music of the nineteenth century, as well as on Latin American piano and orchestral music. He was the general editor of the “Classics of the Venezuelan Piano Literature” series (11 volumes published), and of the orchestral music of Juan Bautista Plaza (8 volumes). Recent books: “La Graciosa Sandunga,” and “Los bailes de salón” en Venezuela (Fundación Bigott). His musical compositions received various prizes in his country, where many were published and/or recorded by prestigious ensembles and soloists both in Venezuela and in other countries. He also recorded many CDs as a pianist, playing Venezuelan and Latin American music, alone and with chamber ensembles.

Juan Francisco’s Compositions

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Canto aborigen, by Juan Francisco Sans
Flute and harp.

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Celestes escuadras, by Juan Francisco Sans
Wind octet.

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De la liberacion de las formas, by Juan Francisco Sans
Double bass and piano.

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Laberintos, by Juan Francisco Sans
Oboe and piano.

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