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Amadeu Vives i Roig (November 18, 1871 Collbató-December 2, 1932 Madrid) a.k.a. Vives, Amadeo, Vives, Amadeu or Amadeo Vives was a Spanish composer, writer and impresario.
Genres: Zarzuela and Art song.
Vives was a prominent figure in the Spanish musical scene in the early 20th century. He began his career as a piano accompanist and composer of art songs, gaining recognition for his particularly melodic and expressive style. However, it was in the genre of zarzuela, a form of musical theater popular in Spain, where Vives found his greatest success. He wrote over 30 zarzuelas, many of which are still performed today, such as "Doña Francisquita" and "Bohemios."
In addition to his work as a composer, Vives was also a prolific writer, penning the librettos for many of his own zarzuelas. He even tried his hand at directing, founding his own company, the Teatro de la Zarzuela, in Madrid. This venture proved successful, with the theater becoming a hub for zarzuela performances and premieres.
Despite his achievements, Vives faced setbacks in his personal life, including the loss of his wife and the onset of deafness in his later years. Nevertheless, his contributions to Spanish music and theater are widely celebrated, with streets and schools named after him in several cities across Spain.
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