From Library Journal
Marco, a Spanish composer and music critic, demonstrates an impressive knowledge of Spain and its often neglected art music in this detailed evaluation. Marco has written several books in Spanish on contemporary music. His intriguing evaluations of many obscure works may send serious students and scholars in search of music scores and recordings not readily available in American libraries. A more comprehensive index would have helped readers locate information on performers, composers (even Marco himself), and titles of individual works. Still, with the 20th century drawing to a close, this up-to-date volume should remain an authoritative guide to the century's Spanish music. Recommended for larger music collections and for collections with a strong emphasis on Spain.- James E. Ross, Seattle P.L.
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Text: English (translation)
Original Language: Spanish