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Cuernavaca

areas: the industrial zone and the residential area, planned for housing of Civac's workers. He was appointed United States Ambassador to Mexico by Coolidge from 1927 to 1930. He was widely hailed as a brilliant ambassador, mixing popular appeal with sound financial advice. In 1927, he invited famed aviator Charles A. Lindbergh for a goodwill tour of Mexico. His daughter, Anne Morrow (Anne Morrow Lindbergh), was introduced and soon engaged to Lindbergh. To thank the town of Cuernavaca, where Morrow had a weekend house, Morrow hired the Mexican artist Diego Rivera to paint a mural inside the Palace of Cortez (Palacio de Cortés). Born in an archetypal "barrio" in Mexico city's (Mexico City) downtown, Carlos Sandoval was used to deal with harrowing, extreme social and cultural situations already from his childhood, a fact to be later reflected in his work. Enriquez Maru, "Interview Carlos Sandoval (Deutsche Untertitlen), HD Video, 2010, 24:15", http: vimeo.com 17957124" He has lived mainly in Mexico City (1956–64), Cuernavaca City (Cuernavaca) (1964–78 and 1983-03), New York City (1979), Vienna, Austria (1980–82), Los Angeles CA (1983) and Berlin, Germany (2003- ). He is also a German citizen since 2009. Dissident at the Escuela Nacional de Música UNAM 1976-79 (classical guitar and composition) studied later composition (Composition (music)), analysis and theory (Music theory) privately with Julio Estrada (1985–90). He assisted also to several courses and private sessions with Brian Ferneyhough, Joji Yuasa, Peter Garland, Lorenc Barber, Leo Brower, François Bernard Mâche, James Tenney, Stefano Scodanibio, Iannis Xenakis and Conlon Nancarrow. Nevertheless, he is one of the few active Mexican composers of his generation that did not studied in Europe or the United States (United States of America) and does not have an academic degree in composition. Later he studied indeed in Europe: Piano tuning and building at the Bösendorfer Klavier Fabrik (Bösendorfer) in Vienna (1980–82). These studies ("and not the Vienna School (Second Viennese School)") ''Ibid.,'' Enriquez, Maru, 2010 changed his vision about music in general. As photographer he studied with Antonio Fabri (Analogue Lab, Vienna), Otto Sirgo (Zone System and analogue lab, Mexico City) and Color managment in digital photography (X-rite seminar, Germany). His work has been premiered or exposed mostly in Germany but also in Mexico, France, UK and The Netherlands. He has been fellow of the SNCA (Sistema Nacional de Creadores de Arte) (the highest Mexican Government recognition for Mexican artists) since 1999 with no interruption. He has been invited to countless activities and contemporary music festivals like Donaueschingen Musik Tage (1994, Germany), Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival (2009, UK, festival´s highlight) and the Darmstadt Summer Courses (1990) in Germany, among others. He writes articles and essays on music and lately has been focused in the joint of music and video, "Lips" being his last piece. thumb 300px Alebrijes at the Pochote Market in the city of Oaxaca (File:Alebrijes in Oaxaca, Mexico 2009.jpg) '''Alebrijes''' ( WikiPedia:Cuernavaca Dmoz:Regional North America Mexico States Morelos Localities Cuernavaca Commons:Category:Cuernavaca


Argentina

-folk (folk (music)) music composer and interpreter. He is known for mixing popular folkloric genres with Argentine rock, and for lyrics with social and political connotations. This has led to him being called "the Argentine Bob Dylan". In 1976 Gieco released ''El Fantasma de Canterville'' ("The Ghost of Canterville"). The record suffered a great deal of censorship from the military government (Proceso de Reorganización Nacional); he had to change the lyrics


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