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          Silvestre Revueltas's Biography

          Mexican composer of classical music, a violinist and a conductor. He was assistant conductor of the National Symphony Orchestra of Mexico, 1929-1935. He wrote film music, chamber music, songs, and a number of other works. His best-known work is the film score for La Noche de los Mayas.
          He was part of a family of artists, a number of whom were also famous and recognized in Mexico: his brother Fermín (1901–1935) and sister Consuelo (born before 1908, died before 1999) were painters, sister Rosaura (ca. 1909–1996) was an actress and dancer, and younger brother José Revueltas (1914–1976) was a noted writer. His daughter from his first marriage to Jules Klarecy (née Hlavacek), Romano Carmen (later Montoya and Peers), enjoyed a successful career as a dancer, taught ballet and flamenco in New York, and died on 13 November 1995, at age 73, in Athens, Greece. His daughter from his second marriage, Eugenia (born 15 November 1934), is an essayist.
          He died in Mexico City of pneumonia (complicated by alcoholism), at the age of 40 on 5 October 1940.
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