Heitor Villa-Lobos

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Brazilian composer (1887-1959)

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Unlike most blanco tequilas that are bottled unaged, Villa Lobos Blanco is rested in stainless steel tanks for six months prior to bottling to allow the tequila's constituent to fully integrate.
Villa Lobos isn't the only group on the program to use other artists' work as a jumping-off point.
Their Sunday programme opens with arrangements of Holborne's The Fairie Round and a Suite by Bach, followed by Dvorak's Slavonic Dance No.8, pieces by Villa Lobos and De Falla's exciting Fire Dance.
When his father died the thirteen-year-old Villa Lobos
The Kirkleatham concert features the music of Bach, Villa Lobos, Bridges, Rodrigo and Tarrega.
The best-known work here is Villa Lobos's lovely Bachianas Brasileiras No.
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The worm, symbol of a natural product in traditional tequila, is now floating in Villa Lobos, a bottle of vodka at pounds 19.95 that comes complete with a jaunty miniature Mexican hat, part of a wide range of gourmet food and drink presents at Howells Food Hall.
For the rest, these are solid gold Towner songs which are as likely to evoke memories of William Byrd and Villa Lobos as they are of Bill Evans or Miles Davis.
We enjoyed one another's company, the music of Ginastera and Villa Lobos, and the writings of Alexander Cockburn.
Mozart's Overture to "Bastien and Bastienne," Hector Villa Lobos' Sinfonietta No.
Her encore was composed by fellow Brazilian Hector Villa Lobos. She studied under one of Brazil's foremost pianists, Arnaldo Estrella, and has performed as a soloist throughout the Americas, Africa and Europe.