Tomàs Buxó

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Tomàs Buxó i Pujadas (1882 in Barcelona – 1962) was a Catalan composer. He studied at the Escola Municipal de Música of Barcelona with Lluís Millet. Buxó was one of the generation of young composers whose works were stamped with Catalan nationalism in the 1910s. [1] [2] He is particularly noted for his settings of Jacint Verdaguer. [3]

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References

  1. 1898, entre la crisi d'identitat i la modernització Volume 2 - Page 56 2000 "... Francesc Montserrat Ayarbe (1879-1950), Joan Llongueras (1880-1953), Tomàs Buxó (1882-1962), Joan Manèn (1883-1971), Joan B. Lambert (1884-1945), Manuel Borgunó (1884-1973), Cristòfor Taltabull (1888- 1964), Albert Galimany ..."
  2. Josep Massot i Muntaner -Història de l'obra del cançoner i complement a l'inventari de l'arxiu Page 343 1995 "... de Tomàs Buxó distingit en la Festa de la Música Catalana de 1916-17."
  3. Verdaguer, un geni poètic Page 157 Biblioteca de Catalunya - 2002 "... cançó del raier, que conegué entre d'altres versions de F. Laporta, Sancho Marraco, Lluís Romeu i Tomàs Buxó, l'obra posseí una significació nacionalista destacada."