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(1896 - 1970)

Agustí Grau (1893–1964) is the least well-known member of the CIC (Independent Composers of Catalonia), made up of Mompou, Gerhard, Blancafort, Ricard Lamote de Grignon, Baltasar Samper, Eduard Toldrà and the pianist Joan Gilbert Camins. The CIC was short-lived because of the enormous aesthetic divergences of its members, although they did give one monographic concert in Barcelona on 25th June 1931. One year earlier, in 1930, Grau composed the barcarolle Tamarit, a fairly ambitious work, which makes use in its central section of folk songs with mozarabic inflections from the area of Tarragona (in the south of Catalonia).

Role: Classical Composer 
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MASO, Jordi: Catalan Piano Album (The) Naxos

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