Spanish composer Salvador Bacarisse Chinoria was born on 12 September 1898 in Madrid and studied there. He was a member of Grupo de los Ocho.
He's best known as a composer for his neo-romantic 1952 Guitar Concertino, Op 72.
After the Spanish Civil War, rejecting the Franco regime, he moved to Paris, working as a broadcaster for the Spanish language service of French National radio and TV from 1945 until his death on 5 August 1963, aged sixty-four.
A selection of articles about Salvador Bacarisse
CD Spotlight. Suggestive Interweavings - Twentieth century harpsichord concertos by Falla, Poulenc and Bacarisse, heard by Gerald Fenech. '... a highly enjoyable issue, full of imaginative music ...'