Some years ago I read a sentence by the legendary guitarist and researcher Emilio Pujol, who said presumably in the 30's "the "Evocaciones criollas" by Alfonso Broqua, as "Homenaje a Debussy" by Manuel de Falla, are today's masterworks of the guitar's repertoire". The piece by de Falla is broadly known, but nowadays almost nobody knows about Broqua, one of the first nationalist composers of Uruguay in the begining of the XXth century. This intriguing affirmation and the discovery of the music, made me feel that this wonderful music should be brought to sound and elevated as a milestone of the guitar repertoire. This recording brings out the characteristics of this work, a mixture of French style, learnt with d'Indy in Paris, with the folklore of his home-country, Uruguay. There are also three first recordings of another works by him: Estudios criollos, Chants de l'Uruguay and the estilo ¡Ay, mi vida!