Buenos Aires: Editorial Argentina de Musica [PN 2], 1945.
Quarto (310 x 230 mm). Original publisher's tan wrappers with titling in red and gray to upper. 31 pp. With printed dedication to Orestes Castronuovo to head of title.
From the collection of noted musicologist Stanley Boorman, with his signature to outer corner of upper wrapper.
Wrappers slightly worn; very minor chipping to spine. Minor browning.
"[Castro's] music, neo-classical in style, displays technical mastery in the handling of form, orchestration and counterpoint, together with an awareness of new developments and a respect for the past. Although clear and straightforward, his work is capable of expressive depth. The G major Piano Sonata (1931), his first major work, is considered one of the most personal and authentic Argentinian works of the period. The ballet Falarka (1951), on a scenario by Jorge de Obeita, is his masterpiece." Susana Salgado in Grove Music Online.
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