1768, Mar1808, Feb 29
a Spanish classical era composer and organist. Perhaps Baguer's most important works are his nineteen symphonies which rank him as one of the principal composers of symphonies in Spain at the time. Most of his symphonies clearly show the influence of the Italian and German masters. He also wrote a concerto for two bassoons, an English horn concerto (which is now lost), a series of six duets for flute and many individual keyboard works.
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