Jorge Omar Kohan

5 Estudios Tangueros for Guitar (2006)

  • Publisher: Ut Orpheus
  • Code: CH 102
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Composition winner of the 2nd Edition (2008) of the Classical Guitar Musical Composition Competition ‘Suoni Nuovi Autori’ in Latina, Italy (Section 2) The Tango music of the city of Buenos Aires has been developed for over a hundred years, and in recent decades it has been installed as one of the contemporary music genres that arouses more interest in public and performers from around the world. This series of short pieces certainly contain various difficulties, technical and interpretive, and above all mark elements of a†modern Tango language. The Milonga, Waltz, Tango Song, Tango and Candombe included in this work can be interpreted entirely as a Suite, or as separate parts.
Argentine guitar player, arranger and composer, Jorge Omar Kohan graduated from Escuela Nacional de Música and National Conservatory of Buenos Aires, and later studied guitar with Eduardo Isaac and composition with Laura Baade. Over the years he has had intense activity as a soloist and guitar player of Quinteto La Camorra. He has published 9 CDs in Argentina and Europe and has done more than 20 international tours including both milongas and the most renowned venues in the world. He has premiered his own works in Argentina, Chile, Brazil, Colombia, México, USA, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Holland, Belgium, Portugal, Bosnia, China and Dominican Republic. He composes and arranges for guitar, chamber ensembles and tango, symphonic and chamber orchestras. He has received awards recognizing him as interpreter and composer.

Author: Jorge Omar Kohan (*1971)

Publication Date: 12/1/2008

Pages: pp. 16

Size: 230x310 mm

Binding: Saddle stitching

ISMN: 979-0-2153-1585-3

Code: CH 102