Jaurés Lamarque Pons

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Jaurés Lamarque Pons (Salto, 6 May 1917 - Montevideo, 11 June 1982) was an Uruguayan composer and pianist.[1] He composed, often milongas and film music, while performing. From 1940 he was pianist at the Café Tabarís in the orquesta típica of Luis Caruso. Among works known outside Latin America his concerto for classical guitar was recorded for Decca by fellow Uruguayan Eduardo Fernández.

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  1. ^ Latin American lives: selected biographies Page 552 Macmillan General Reference Staff, Macmillan Publishing - 1998 "Jaurés Lamarque Pons (b. 6 May 1917; d. 11 June 1982), Uruguayan composer and pianist. Lamarque Pons was born in Salto, where he began his music studies with Maria Victoria Varela.. "