Puerto Rican composer Guillermo Venegas Lloveras (1915-1993) was largely self-taught, both as a musician (especially the guitar) and as poet and thinker (whose poetic and philosophical works were published during his lifetime). He spent his younger years playing and writing popular dance and vocal music. As he grew older, he turned more toward classical forms, writing mainly for guitar, piano, and voice.
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