João Guilherme Ripper

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João Guilherme Ripper (born 1959 in Rio de Janeiro) is a Brazilian composer and conductor.

Ripper studied composition at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro.[1] His compositions include art songs and many works for piano.[2][3]

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  1. ^ Brazilian Music Collection: Jão Guilherme Ripper Archived 2012-09-01 at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ A guide to the Latin American art song repertoire Page 106 Maya Frieman Hoover, Maya Hoover, Stela M. Brandão - 2010 "Ripper, Joao Guilherme, 1959- 3.1159, Rio desvelo, 1996, Joao Guilherme Ripper, BN, UFMG Additional titles: Cancao antiga; Libera me."
  3. ^ Music of the spheres: conference proceedings International Society for Music Education. World Conference, Marlene Taylor, Barbara Gregory - 2000 "Among composers who represent the more recent generation of musicians in Brazil are Jorge Antunes, Joao Guilherme Ripper, and Jose Antonio de Almeida Prado who have composed many pieces for piano."