(born July 27, 1867, Lérida, Spain—died March 24, 1916, at sea) Spanish composer. He studied composition with Felipe Pedrell and concertized as a pianist. From 1901 he taught at the Academia Granados, the music school he founded in Barcelona. He wrote four zarzuelas, including María del Carmen (1898), and two “poemas” (also stage works), as well as songs and chamber works. His fame rests on the piano suite Goyescas (1911). His opera of the same name was performed successfully at New York's Metropolitan Opera in 1916. Returning to Spain from this performance, Granados was drowned when his ship was torpedoed by a German submarine.
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Angel Cortez-Granados, Member of the Granados-Hernandez Sex Trafficking Organization, Sentenced to 15 Years in Prison
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Silver Spring Man to Serve 40 Years in Stabbing Death of Wife (Posted 2013-02-05 23:44:32) ; in Court, Hector Granados's Tearful 15-Year-Old Son, Adrian, Told the Judge: 'I Miss Everything about My Mom.'
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