a Spanish composer who studied music in London with Ignaz Moscheles and it is possible that he also studied with Frederic Chopin in Paris. Both men had an impact on the style and form of his musical compositions. His most important compositions were vocal art songs and songs for the piano where he successfully blended the folklore of Galicia with the technique and spirit of Romantic piano music. He also composed one opera Inese e Bianca, which was never staged. In addition to composing, Adalid y Gurréa spent much of his time teaching music courses and organizing music competitions.
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