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Coriún Aharonián

Coriún Aharonián (born 4 August 1940 in Montevideo) is a Uruguayan composer and musicologist.[1]

He was a pupil of Luigi Nono, Héctor Tosar, Lauro Ayestarán, Gerardo Gandini, Vinko Globokar, György Ligeti, Gordon Mumma, Folke Rabe, Fernando von Reichenbach, Christian Wolff, and Iannis Xenakis.

In 2004 he was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship.

He is married to musicologist Graciela Paraskevaídis.

Books

  • Introducción a la música (Tacuabé, Montevideo, 2002. Reeditado en 2008 y 2012)
  • Músicas populares del Uruguay (Universidad de la República, Montevideo, 2007. Reeditado por Tacuabé, Montevideo, 2010 y 2014)
  • Educación, arte, música (Tacuabé, Montevideo, 2004. Reeditado en 2013)
  • Conversaciones sobre música, cultura e identidad (Ombú, Montevideo, 1992. Reeditado por Tacuabé en 2000, 2005 y 2012)
  • Hacer música en América Latina (Tacuabé, Montevideo, 2012. Reeditado en 2014)
  • Héctor Tosar, compositor uruguayo (Trilce, Montevideo, 1991)

References

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  1. ^ Coriún Aharonián


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