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*observation: many of the original titles have been translated into English

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Code Title Time Year City, Country Instrument
2.01 Fantasia Sul America
dedicated to: Luiz Gonzaga Carneiro
trsc. 8.12;
the same as 1.08;
see also 4.06;
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4’00 28-03-1983 Brasília, Brazil clarinet
2.02 (1-3) 3 Pieces for Clarinet 6’00 1942 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil clarinet
1 - Lento
2 - Allegro
3 - Lento
first performance by Otto Könhauser,
Mannheim, Germany, 1971;
obs: Nr. 2 & 3 revised in 1966;
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2.03 Fantasia Sul America
trsc. 8.13;
the same as 1.08;
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4’00 05-1983 São Paulo, Brazil double bass
2.04 (1-6) 6 Preludes (Homage a Couperin)
dedicated to: Stanislav Heller;
original title in German "6 Stücke für Cembalo";
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1977 -, Germany harpsichord
2.05 Fantasia Sul America
trsc. 8.14;
the same as 1.08;
see also 4.06;
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4’00 28-03-1983 Brasília, Brazil bassoon
2.06 (1-4) 4 Epigram's (for flute solo)
first performance by H.J. Koellreuter,
Nr. 1 with the title "piece for flute", Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 09-1943;
obs: Nr. 4 revised in 1966;
Edition Savart 1975
6’00 1942 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil flute
2.07 Fantasia Sul America
trsc. 8.15;
the same as 1.08;
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4’00 27-03-1983 Brasília, Brazil flute
2.08 Fantasia Sul America
dedicated to: Václav Vinecký;
trsc. 8.16;
the same as 1.08;
see also 4.06;
Edition Savart 1983
4’00 28-03-1983 Brasília, Brazil oboe
2.09 Mutationen X
dedicated to: Meerwein;
first performance by Leon Biriotti,
Belo Horizonte, Brazil, 1977;
tape version 15.14;
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6’00 26-02-1976 Schriesheim, Germany oboe
2.10 Coral
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2’30 10-1945 organ
2.11 Fantasia Sul America
trsc. 8.18;
the same as 1.08;
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4’00 15-04-1983 trombone
2.12 Fantasia Sul America
trsc. 8.19;
the same as 1.08;
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4’00 23-04-1983 Brasília, Brazil horn
2.13 Fantasia Sul America
trsc. 8.20;
the same as 1.08;
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18-04-1983 trumpet
2.14 Fantasia Sul America
trsc. 8.21;
the same as 1.08;
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4’00 22-05-1983 Brasília, Brazil tuba
2.15 Fantasia Sul America
trsc. 8.22;
the same as 1.08;
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4’00 02-04-1983 Brasília, Brazil / Rio de Janeiro, Brazil viola
2.16 Estudo Nr. 1
dedicated to: Geraldo Ribeiro;
first performance by Edelton Gloeden,
Brasília, Brazil, 17-01-1983;
obs: in the same score published 2.18 (1 /2);
Edition Savart 1982
4’00 15-07-1982 guitar
2.17 Fantasia Sul America
1 - Tempo libero (andado)
2 - Moderato
dedicated to: Eustáquio Grilo;
trsc. 8.23;
the same as 1.08;
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4’00 04-1983 Brasília, Brazil guitar
2.18 (1-2) Preludes
dedicated to: Turibio Santos;
obs: edited in the same score 2.16;
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07-07-1982 guitar
2.19 Fantasia Sul America
trsc. 8.24
the same as 1.08;
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4’00 28-03-1983 Brasília, Brazil violin
2.20 Sonata
[1] Prelúdio
[2] Allegro com brio
[3] Lentamente
[4] Allegro gracioso

dedicated to: Maria Carlota Braga Santoro, in the ECIC Edition;
first performance by Claudio Santoro,
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 28-06-1941;
obs: in the ECIC edition the author indicates
"Allegro y bien ritmado" for the 2nd movement;
Edition ECIC;
Edition Peer Montevidéu, 1940;
Peer, Hamburg, Germany, 1942;
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10’00 09-1940 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil violin
2.21 Fantasia Sul America
trsc. 8.25;
the same as 1.08;
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4’00 31-03-1983 Brasília, Brazil violoncello
2.22 Suite for Violoncello 11’00 1983/88 Brasília, Brazil violoncello
1 - Andante (tempo libero) 5’00 04-09-1983
2 - Moderato quasi andante 3’00 1986
3 - Moderato assai 3’00 29-06-1988
dedicated to: Guerra Vicente, (in the original Ms);
obs: the 1st movement with the title "Competition Piece" was commissioned by the National Music Institute FUNARTE for the competition "Young Interpreters of Brazilian Music 1984";
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