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Far from being a culturally disengaged body of musical works, Roberto Gerhard's music is a rich and complex web of cultural references encompassing history, myth, literature, folklore, and contemporary social issues. Don Quixote (1950) exemplifies Gerhard's mature, fully developed style with this emblematic eclecticism.


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