CACHO TIRAO PDF

Biography Edit Tirao was born on April 5, and began playing guitar at the age of four, with his father. At age seven he won his first prize, for a presentation in the artistic section of Radio Mitre. At only 16 years old he was included as a soloist in the orchestra of the Teatro Argentino de La Plata. He accompanied Josephine Baker and left about 40 records, one of which sold a million copies. He is also the composed many pieces , including the Concert for Guitar and Symphonic Orchestra "Conciertango Buenos Aires" written for Joaquin Rodrigo and which premiered in Belgium in In February , his daughter Alejandra playing with her fourteen-year-old brother Gabriel, took a revolver that she believed to be a toy and shot him dead.

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He had that infinite modesty that the great ones own. At the beginning, the fact that he played tangos surprised me. I had pigeonholed him as a classical music player or an interpreter of the all-time standards or of pieces of our folk music; I regarded him as an eclectic player.

Accustomed to Roberto Grela and the old time guitarists, when he played tangos I listened to him reluctantly, I liked his timing, his sound, but he seemed to me rather cold. Later, I began to accept him gradually. I realized he had chosen tango and that, little by little, he was finding his way. His phrasing became more lilting, the licks and the expressive strenghth started to be showcased, even though they were always shown in a delicate subtle way that matched his style.

He was undoubtedly a virtuoso and the connoiseurs regard him as one of the most important guitarists of all times. He was born in Berazategui, province of Buenos Aires, and learned to play guitar at a very young age, guided by his Dad. When he was only six he played on Radio Stentor. One year later we won a contest on Radio Mitre, at age twelve he played his first concert and when he was sixteen he joined the cast of the Teatro Argentino of the La Plata city, as soloist in the orchestra.

Furthermore, besides playing guitar, this child prodigy studied saxophone and clarinet. With him he made his best approach to modern tango, becoming one of its renowned interpreters. In the early 70s he emceed his own TV program, Recitales Espectaculares, which was a smash hit and brought him such popularity that with the repertoire included in the TV show he recorded a disc.

This album was a boom in sales and sold over a million copies and Cacho won his first Gold Disc He was much sought after by the recording studios. His work in the studios resulted in almost 40 long-playing records. I prefer to highlight another side of his career: his original way of conceiving shows. In other shows he included numbers that he played with exotic instruments: a fifteen-string lute and a twelve-string guitar, and other instruments not usual for him to play: charango and banjo.

His oeuvre as composer is varied and interesting. The last three above numbers belong to his last recording: Renacer. Finally, we cannot say a portrayal of Cacho Tirao is complete if we do not mention, at least shortly, two painful pasagges of his life. In February , his daughter Alejandra, while playing with his brother Gabriel —fourteen years old—, with a gun she thought was a toy gun shot him dead.

The tragedy left marks: firstly, a stubborn asthma that lasted up to his final day and later, a hemiplegia. He recovered only five years later. From both misfortunes he was able to pull himself together thanks to his religious faith and his incredible will power.

By that time I picked up saxophone again and that helped to widen my air capacity to face an asthma that appeared when I was rather old.

In a month-and-a-half time I wrote 24 charts for the sextet. So much so that a friend, the English guitarist David Caswell, came to our country to produce a record —which included Argentine guitarists— to help Cacho with the money collected by its sale. One autumn in Buenos Aires he passed away after a heart attack when he was in an ambulance that was taking him to the Hospital Argerich.

He was This is our humble homage to Cacho Tirao , a genuine artist, an honest man who was capable to give up everything except music.

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Biography[ edit ] Tirao was born on April 5, and began playing guitar at the age of four, with his father. At age seven he won his first prize, for a presentation in the artistic section of Radio Mitre. At only 16 years old he was included as a soloist in the orchestra of the Teatro Argentino de La Plata. He accompanied Josephine Baker and left about 40 records, one of which sold a million copies. He is also the composed many pieces , including the Concert for Guitar and Symphonic Orchestra "Conciertango Buenos Aires" written for Joaquin Rodrigo and which premiered in Belgium in In February , his daughter Alejandra playing with her fourteen-year-old brother Gabriel, took a revolver that she believed to be a toy and shot him dead.

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Cacho Tirao

He had that infinite modesty that the great ones own. At the beginning, the fact that he played tangos surprised me. I had pigeonholed him as a classical music player or an interpreter of the all-time standards or of pieces of our folk music; I regarded him as an eclectic player. Accustomed to Roberto Grela and the old time guitarists, when he played tangos I listened to him reluctantly, I liked his timing, his sound, but he seemed to me rather cold. Later, I began to accept him gradually. I realized he had chosen tango and that, little by little, he was finding his way. His phrasing became more lilting, the licks and the expressive strenghth started to be showcased, even though they were always shown in a delicate subtle way that matched his style.

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