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Sonido 13 is a theory of microtonal music created by the Mexican composer Julián Carrillo around 1900[1] and described by Nicolas Slonimsky as “the field of sounds smaller than the twelve semitones of the tempered scale.”[2] Carrillo developed this theory in 1895[3] while he was experimenting with his violin. Though he became internationally recognized for his system of notation, it was never widely applied.[4] His first composition in demonstration of his theories was Preludio a Colón (1922).[4]

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Vinyl, LP, Album Orange Suite. Julian Carrillo. It is the only symphonic work by the author inspired by a popular song and is dedicated to Justo Sierra; for this reason

Vinyl, LP, Album FIRST SYMPHONY by Julian Carrillo. MUSICAL WORKS IN 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/8, 1/16 PITCH. Julián Carrillo has qualities that allow him to go HAND IN HAND WITH

Julián Carrillo's work greatly exceeds what is presented in this collection. Three classical symphonies, three in sixteenths of tones, five symphonic poems, several Masses, a Requiem, three Operas and numerous compositions chamber

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