Miguel Angel Coria (b. 1937)



En Rouge Et Noir (1976)

  1. Rouge et Noir
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performer: Miguel Angel Coria
recorded at Studio Regson, Milan
recording assistant: Paolo Bocchi


Miguel Ángel Coria Varela (born 24 October 1937) is a Spanish composer of classical music. His early work showed affinities to the music of Anton Webern, but he became increasingly influenced by Impressionism. From 1973 he entered his post-modern period where his compositions were marked by "attempts to evoke the spirit of the music of the past, but without literal allusions".[1] In addition to his instrumental music, he also composed an opera, Belisa, which premiered at the Teatro de la Zarzuela in 1992. Coria served as the Administrative Director of the RTVE Symphony Orchestra and Chorus in the 1980s and was a co-founder of ALEA, Spain's first laboratory for electronic music.