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NARCISO SAUL  

(b 1957 )

Born in 1957, Narciso Saúl graduated from the Conservatorio Provincial Juan José Castro in 1975. Since 1980 he has taught at the College of Music Therapy at the Universidad del Salvador and, since 1988 at the Conservatorio Municipal Manuel de Falla.

An arranger, composer and guitarist for the tango group Siglotreinta (The Thirties), he has participated in recordings and in eight European tours. He has worked with numerous popular music groups and artists and has composed and arranged for radio, television and short films. In 1998 he formed the guitar duo Saúl-Eiriz with his pupil Gustavo Eiriz, and they have performed together extensively in Buenos Aires and participated in the Fifth Annual Festival of Guitarras del Mundo (Guitars from Around the World) in September 1999.

Role: Classical Composer 
Album Title  Catalogue No  Work Category 
GUITAR MUSIC OF ARGENTINA, VOL. 1 Naxos
8.555058
Instrumental




 
 
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