Felipe Boero

Felipe Boero (January 1, 1884 – August 9, 1958) was an Argentine composer and music educator.

He is most famous for composing the opera El Matrero, after a play by Yamandú Rodríguez, considered one of the national operas of Argentina; among his other works is the opera Tucumán, on a libretto by Leopoldo Díaz, about the Battle of Tucumán. He also was interested in education policy.

Boero was born and died in Buenos Aires. He began his studies with Pablo Beruti, later traveling to Paris to study at the Conservatory there; he worked with Paul Vidal, and while there became acquainted with the work of Gabriel Fauré, Camille Saint-Saëns, Claude Debussy, Maurice Ravel, and Manuel de Falla.

Birth and Death Data: Born May 1, 1884 (Buenos Aires), Died August 9, 1958 (Buenos Aires)

Date Range of DAHR Recordings: 1929 - 1941

Roles Represented in DAHR: composer

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Recordings

Company Matrix No. Size First Recording Date Title Primary Performer Description Role Audio
Victor CAVE-44700 12-in. 8/12/1929 La media caña Apollo Granforte ; Orquesta del Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires ; Ettore Panizza Baritone vocal solo, with orchestra composer  
Victor CAVE-44701 12-in. 8/12/1929 El canto del hornero Apollo Granforte ; Pedro Mirassou ; Orquesta del Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires ; Ettore Panizza Tenor and baritone vocal duet, with orchestra composer  
Victor CAVE-44702 12-in. 8/13/1929 Duo final del 2do. acto Apollo Granforte ; Pedro Mirassou ; Orquesta del Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires ; Ettore Panizza Tenor and baritone vocal duet, with orchestra composer  
Victor CAVE-44708 12-in. 8/19/1929 Terceto del 3er acto Apollo Granforte ; Nena Juarez ; Pedro Mirassou ; Orquesta del Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires ; Ettore Panizza Mixed vocal trio, with orchestra composer  
Victor CAVE-44709 12-in. 8/19/1929 Canto de Pedro y terceto Apollo Granforte ; Nena Juarez ; Pedro Mirassou ; Orquesta del Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires ; Ettore Panizza Mixed vocal trio, with orchestra composer  
Victor CAVE-44710 12-in. 8/19/1929 Terceto del 2do. acto Apollo Granforte ; Nena Juarez ; Pedro Mirassou ; Orquesta del Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires ; Ettore Panizza Mixed vocal trio, with orchestra composer  
Victor BAVE-60267 10-in. Spring 1930 El matrero : Potpourri Orquesta Argentina Víctor de Salón Instrumental ensemble composer  
Victor BAVE-60268 10-in. Spring 1930 El matrero : Potpourri Orquesta Argentina Víctor de Salón Instrumental ensemble composer  
Victor BAVE-60282 10-in. Spring 1930 La media caña Orquesta Argentina Víctor de Salón Instrumental ensemble, with vocal chorus composer  
Victor BAVE-60300 10-in. Spring 1930 Naides me vide los ojos Nena Juarez Mezzo-soprano vocal solo, with orchestra composer  
Victor BAVE-60301 10-in. Spring 1930 No, que no güelva Nena Juarez Mezzo-soprano vocal solo, with orchestra composer  
Victor BAVE-60350 10-in. Summer 1930 El matrero : Potpourri Orquesta Argentina Víctor de Salón Orchestra, with vocal duet composer  
Victor BAVE-60904 10-in. Aug. 1931 Romanza Tito Schipa Tenor vocal solo composer  
Victor BAVE-60928 10-in. Aug.-Sept. 1931 Serrana Isabel Marengo Soprano vocal solo composer  
Victor BAVE-059725 10-in. approximately August 1941 Lluvia en el campo Roberto Locatelli ; Isabel Marengo Soprano vocal solo, with piano composer  

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Boero, Felipe," accessed July 18, 2024, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/108642.

Boero, Felipe. (2024). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved July 18, 2024, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/108642.

"Boero, Felipe." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2024. Web. 18 July 2024.

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URI: https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/108642

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