He was best remembered for his progressive transformation, from his private lessons from the renowned Charles-Wilfrid de Bériot, who gave a massive influence to his technical skills and musical improvisations to his big win as the best "concert allegro" at the Madrid Royal Conservatory paving the way to his national exposure.
His evocative works including his greatest piece entitled “Goyescas" based on the paintings of Francisco Goya are highly regarded and his success expanded to Europe and even in America. He was invited to perform in the White House under President Woodrow Wilson's administration.
Unfortunately, he and her wife died of a tragic accident while they were boarded on a ferry heading for Dieppe, France. Despite his untimely death, his undeniable passion and dedication to music and his grandiose works helped in the musical transformation of Spain.
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