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18081878
the most important Argentine composer from the first half of the nineteenth century. He is remembered as the arranger of the Argentine National Anthem. Esnaola cultivated most of the living genres in the Buenos Aires of his days, in a personal style based upon Mozart, Joseph Haydn, and Gioachino Rossini, but that gradually incorporated Romantic influences. Even though he frowned away from folk songs and dances, his production is by no means a mere imitation of international trends, and carries a seal of its own.
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