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Pascual Perez Chovi

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Pascual Pérez Choví

Biography

Pascual Perez Choví (26 February 1889, Alginet, Spain – 3 December 1953, Alginet) was a Spanish composer and band leader.

Perez Choví began the study of clarinet at age seven and was playing the E-flat clarinet in the Municipal Band of Valencia by the time he was 11. After further study with Maestro Navarro, director of the Valencia Municipal Band, he was made leader of the Municipal Band of Alginet.

Perez Choví's most famous work is the pasodoble Pepita Greus, which was composed when he was made leader of the Alginet Band. His pasodoble Flores de España is also well known.


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