Abbreviations
ae Author’s Edition
bn Biblioteca Nacional (National Library),
Havana
cf Carl Fischer, New York
cnc Consejo Nacional de Cultura (National
Council for Culture)
ctc Central de Trabajadores de Cuba (Cuban
Workers’ Association)
egrem Empresa de Grabaciones y Ediciones
Musicales (Musical Editions and
Imprints Firm), Havana and Santiago
icaic Instituto Cubano del Arte y la Industria
Cinematográficos (Cuban Institute for
Movie-Making, Art, and Industry),
Havana
icr Instituto Cubano de Radiodifusión
(Cuban Broadcasting Institute), Havana
icrt Instituto Cubano de Radio y Televisión
(Cuban Institute of Radio and
Television), Havana
iim Instituto Interamericano de Musicología
(Inter-American Institute of
Musicology), Montevideo
ms Maurice Senart, Paris
nm NewMusic, San Francisco
rm RevistaMusicalia, Havana
rs RevistaSocial, Havana
OrganizationalStructure
oftheEntries
The main entries for each musician
have been placed alphabetically
most commonly used for that mu
item. However, to aid the reader in
cross-references foralternate name
occasionally for Spanish-language
English-language equivalents, hav
When a work has started a wh
brief note on that work has bee
style’s entry; when a musician ha
stitution or orchestra, a cross-ref
stitution or orchestra has been i
system has prevented lengthy desc
tutions or orchestras within the li
thus attemtping to maintain a bett
each entry.
It was not always possible to give
length to subjects of equal impo
amount of information available
varies.
A number of archival resources
in the preparation of the images f
cluding the National Museum of
the music department at the Jos
Library,theCubanMinistryofCultu
back issues of the magazine Bohem
personal files of Dulcila Cañizare
López.
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