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Jordi Cervelló i Garriga (born 18 October 1935 in Barcelona) is a Catalan composer. He studied violin with Joan Massià and composition with Josep M. Roma. Later he went to Rome, Milan, Siena and Salzburg. He has done important work as a professor at Badalona Conservatori from 1982 to 1996 and as author of the Treatise on the Fundamental Principles of Violin Technique. He was a critic at El País newspaper. In 2006 he received the Cross of St. George and in 2010 the National Music Prize from de Catalan Government.
The personal papers of Jordi Cervelló are preserved in the Biblioteca de Catalunya.
- Francesc Taverna-Bech and Álvaro García Estefanía, Jordi Cervelló, Sociedad General de Autores de España, Madrid, 1994.