Talk:Leo Brouwer

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Computer translation[edit]

I have deleted the horrible computer-translated text titled LEO BROUWER, GENIUS & MUSIC. that an anonymous user placed here. LEO BROUWER does not deserve such treatment. If whoever placed it would be so kind of adding the link for that webpage (which I assume must be in Spanish language) in this talk page, I can gladly look at it, translate it, and add selected segments to the article on Leo Brouwer. Regards, --AVM 14:34, 27 October 2007 (UTC)

By looking at the so called mentioned 'tonal' scores - one could see that those are written in an open clef...(atonal clef) I'm rephrasing the questionable sentence.'''''' The genre described really bugs me. I don't know what sense people have of his music in calling it Aleatoric or Folkloric. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 209.134.82.151 (talk) 06:46, 1 February 2011 (UTC)

'Selected works' versus 'List of compositions'[edit]

I wonder what the purpose is of such as long list of 'selected works' when there is a separate article 'List of compositions by Leo Brouwer' that is even shorter than the 'selected' list. I suggest the long list of selected works be removed from the main article and merged with the 'List of ...' article. – Aklein62 (talk) 16:30, 20 February 2016 (UTC)