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Agustí CERVERA Marquès

Agustí CERVERA Marquès

Castelló d'Empúries, 1870

Barcelona, 1947

  He was born in Castelló d'Empúries in 1870. Married Nieves Lopez and Fernandez had two daughters: Fuensanta and Mercedes. He lived many years in Figueres to spend the last years of his life in Barcelona, home to his eldest daughter, died on December 16, 1947.

 

  Pursued a musical career similar to his brother Philip. Like him, got the basics as a child of his father. He knew a lesser degree than Philip, all the instruments of the couplet. His main instrument was the violin and the tible to the couplet, also playing the flute and the piano acceptably.

 

  As mentioned in speaking of Felip Cervera, joined together with this and his father's orchestra and later Peralada Old Joe as director for 10 years. Who was taken off by the level of the couplet during his stay in Paris the first trips.

 

 

 In 1910 the couplet leaves to devote himself to teaching music and the violin, such as the college of Immaculate Figueres. Francesc Civil locates us a year later in the couplet Art Girona noting that it was an excellent violin. Also directed the choir of the Choral Society Erato.

His career as a composer was varied concerts, Sardana as "Dahlia" and see how some could be without: "Records of Puigcerdà", "A complaint of love", "wild flowers", "Record of the beach Garvet "etc.. 

He was the conductor who raised the level of the orchestra, driving the firsts trips to Paris during. In 1910 he left the orchestra to to teach music and the violin, as for example at the school of La Immaculate in Figueres. Francesc Civil places it one years later in the Arte Gerundense Cobla, highlighting that he was an excellent violin.

 

He also conducted the choir of the Erato Choral Society. His activity as a composer was diverse: concerts, sardanas such as "Dalia" or some without checking how they could be: "Memories of Puigcerdà", "A complaint of love", "Wild flowers", "Memory of Garvet beach", etc. .

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