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    Aguirre, Julian (28th January 1868-13th August 1924)

    He was a pianist and composer born in Buenos Aires and he received his musical education at the Madrid Conservatory in Spain.  He established himself as a pianist on his return to Argentina and his numerous compositions include Argentine Rhapsody, piano pieces, instrumental work for ensembles and vocals for solo or group artists.  He used Creole melodies in a style that is nationalistic and became thought of as one of the most important Argentinian composers of his time.   

     

    Mirian Conti recordings

    Gato, El mayor

    Piano - Mirian Conti

    Albany 837 (CD: Looking South)

     

     

    Sources:

    1. http://www.answers.com/topic/juli-n-aguirre
    2. http://66.218.71.231/language/translation/translatedPage.php?tt=url&text=http%3a//es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Juli%25C3%25A1n_Aguirre&lp=es_en&.intl=us&fr=slv8-msgr

     

     

     

     



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