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Federico Núñez

Federico Núñez Argentine composer Federico Núñez was born in 1976 in Buenos Aires. After graduating as a guitar professor in the Carlos López Buchardo National Conservatory Núñez went on to earn a bachelors degree in composition from the National University Institute for the Arts (NUIA) and a masters degree in the interpretation of contemporary music from the University of Cuyo in Mendoza. He has also studied composition with Mario Lavista, Gerardo Gandini and Guillermo Pozzatti. Currently he teaches in the NUA and in the Manuel de Falla and Astor Piazzolla conservatories in Buenos Aires.
Núñez enjoys an active career as a composer and performer. His catalog of compositions includes works for orchestra, mixed choir, chamber music and electroacoustic music, as well as works for solo instruments. Among his most recent works are “Indeferencias” and “Cristales discontinuos.” His continual search for expressive elements has taken him not only to the jungles around San Luís Potosí in Mexico but also to the Antarctic continent.

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Nunez, Rowing Down the Rolling River
Rowing Down the Rolling River, by Federico Núñez
Young band (grade 1+).

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Federico Nunez, Umbra Sonora
Umbra Sonora, by Federico Núñez
Oboe and percussion (timpani and Tam-Tam).

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Nunez, Vidala de las Aguas
Vidala de las Aguas, by Federico Núñez
Beginning band (grade .5).

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Federico Nunez, X, Z, Y
X, Z, Y, by Federico Núñez
Clarinet and guitar.

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