Francisco de Paula Aguirre

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Francisco de Paula Aguirre
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BornOctober 20, 1875
Caracas, Venezuela
Died1939
NationalityVenezuelan
OccupationComposer

Francisco de Paula Aguirre (October 20, 1875 – 1939) was a Venezuelan composer. He wrote many popular waltzes; his most important works include "Claveles de Galipán", "Que bellas son las flores", "Dama Antañona" and the joropo "Amalia". He died in 1939.[1]

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  1. ^ Liscano, Hugo. 1993: “Introducción al CD. Venezuela un Clásico Inmortal. Anes Record. Caracas – Venezuela.

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