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  • Gerard Béhague


(b Livramento, Bahia, June 30, 1939; d Salvador, Bahia, May 23, 1989). Brazilian composer. He studied the bassoon and composition at the University of Bahia (1959–65), where his composition teacher, Ernst Widmer, introduced him to the various trends in contemporary music. After graduating he was appointed professor of theory, composition and ethnomusicology at the university; he also taught in several schools in the Bahia area and participated in symposia and seminars on new music throughout the country. He promoted contemporary choral music as the conductor of the University Madrigal Group and Chorus and the chorus of the Mosteiro de São Bento (...

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