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Sumatoria, Op. 22

by José Hernán CIBILS

Valseado 01:42
Andina 02:50


Four pieces for 1, 2, 3 and 4 guitars. Premiered on 9.07.2003, at the Mikulov Festival, Czech Republic. Written on the occasion of the performance of "Piarango" at that festival, to be used as material for a workshop with the students participating in it.
There is a later version of "Tango Mexicano" for guitar, piano, bandoneon, violin, viola and double bass.
Recorded with virtual sounds.


released June 11, 2003


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José Hernán CIBILS Berlin, Germany

Born in Santa Fe, Argentina.

In 1971 he obtained the title in Political Science.
In 1982 he graduated in Composition and 1984 in Conducting. His professors were Alberto Caamaño, Gerardo Gandini, Marta Lambertini and Pedro I. Calderón, ia.

He was a student in the conducting class of Prof. Rolf Reuter (then Musical Director of the Komische Oper), at the Musikhochschule Hans Eisler, Berlin, Germany
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