Guillermo Cazenave was born in 1955, in Argentina, into family full of musicians and personalities connected with the world of culture and art. 1968-69: First songs and two track recordings playing guitar and flute. 1970-72: He composed and recorded more than 200 songs, continued also studying classical guitar and flute. 1973-75: First experimental and instrumental recordings using special spatial sound effects. In 1974, he recorded his first album for a theatrical production. He began studying classical piano. 1976-77: Settled in New York, met Philip Glass and continued carrying out new recordings, using for the first time synthesizers as predominant instruments. 1978-82: Settled in London, making recordings of the first works that would enable him to get to know those first circles of the newly emerging "New Age", and got in contact with musicians such as Anthony Phillips, Steven Halpern, etc. 1983-86: Moved to Spain and founded Astral (first label of New Age in Spain). First concerts in Spain. Collaborated with Fernando Salazar (founder of the Institute of Music Theraphy & Biomusic). 1987-89: Numerous concerts, journeys to France and England and further recordings now helped Cazenave to confront the "New Age" of muzak and enabled him to continue on as independent in elaborating compositions somewhat symphonic and within his own concept of "metamusic". 1990- 93: Guillermo gave concerts in Mexico, U.S.A. and other countries. Also completed the soundtrack for the American film "The Touch of Zen", directed by John Liu. 1994-96: More trips with concerts and various television and radio programs in U.S.A., Mexico, France, England, Argentina, etc. Cazenave recorded two "jams" with Steven Halpern ("Spanish Impromptu", 1994) and Anthony Phillips ("The Meadows of Englewood", 1995) as well as two videos with each musician. 1997-98: Performances in U.S.A., Spain, Mexico, and in programs for the B.B.C. and the Spanish National Radio.
Contando Lejanos Tiempos
Un Espacio Mas
Dos Espacios Mas (2CD)
Demos Le (collection of demos)
Tower (Live in Rennes-le-Château)
Spanish Impromptu (with Steven Halpern)
Vivo Vien (Live anthology)
All Our Lives (2CD, with Anthony Phillips)
Two Suns (2CD with Jeremy Morris)
Dúplex (collection of duets)
Parthenon (with Ronald Lloyd)
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