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Sheet music for Amanda Guerreno
- Ulysses Dance 27-May-1960 High School, Azul, Province of Buenos Aires
- Permutations for Two Pianos 20 June 1968 LRA Radio Nacional (National Broadcasting Station), Buenos Aires
- El Carrousell y la niña (The Carrousell and The Girl) for voice and piano accompaniment
- American Trio, trio for violin, cello and piano28 November 1968 Assembly Room, Spanish Club, Buenos Aires
- Homage to America (Cantata) - For soprano, bass, guitar and percussion. Poems by Ruben Vela 17 November 1970 San Martín Cultural Center, Buenos Aires
- Eight Songs in a Popular Air, for voice and guitar. Poems by Alberto Débole
The above two works have been released by the label Producciones Americanas Nuevo Mundo (CD # SP 33156 - Stereo C.I.A.)
- Quartet for Buenos Aires + 1, for two violins, viola and cello (This work is dedicated to the Arcangelo Corelli Quartet) 19 October 1970 Christian Youth Association, Buenos Aires
- Ritmocordio II - for Piano solo18 October 1974 San Martín Cultural Center, Buenos Aires
- Ritmocordio I - for Trumpet, trombone, double bass and percussion (conducted by Maestro Carmelo Saita) 11 September 1982 San Telmo Foundation, Buenos Aires
- Túpac Amarú - Multimedia Project, Poems by Carlos Alberto Débole, Instrumental Music (autochthonous instruments), choir, voices in off. Recorded at Buenos Aires Record Studios, using two projectors with Electrosonic System and simultaneous slide projection. 09 April 1986 Leopoldo Lugones Hall, Book Fair El Libro, Buenos Aires
- Symphony for Peace - for baritone and symphony orchestra - Conductor: Juan Carlos Zorzi and the Rosario Provincial Symphony Orchestra 10 April 1986 Auditorium of the Rosario Foundation, Rosario, Argentina
- Three Symphonic Sketches - National Symphony Orchestra, Conductor: Reynaldo Zemba 02 July 1986 Belgrano Auditorium, Buenos Aires
- Tierra Nuestra Libertad" [Our Land Freedom] (Cantata) - for Choir and autochthonous ensemble - winds, "charango" (native instrument), guitar and percussion - Conductor: Daniel di Pace15 July 1987 San Martín Cultural Center, Buenos Aires
- Latin American "Via Crucis" (Stations of the Cross), For instrumental ensemble, voice, various wind instruments, guitar, double bass, percussion, marimba (native instrument of Brazilian origin), piano, DX7 synthesizer and accessories. This work was first edited in German by MISEREOR, the German Episcopal Conference Organization, in 1991 and in 1992, with the Limay Group, ensemble created by the Composer, it toured various cities in Germany, the four Swiss Cantons and France. Ten years after it was premiered, there was a second release on CD in Argentina, with texts in Spanish. 29 November 1991 Pompeya Basilica, Buenos Aires
In 1993 the Composer created an ensemble to play the music of Buenos Aires with Tangos and Milongas from the popular repertoire and with works of her own creation, which are listed below:
- Candombe del tren (Candome is a local dance of African influence - "The Train Candombe"), Lyrics by Amanda Guerreño
- La Polca del espiante (The Spy’s Polka) on Poem by Julio
- Viento de esquina (Corner Wind) on Poem by Julio Cortázar
- Empleados Nacionales (Civil Servants) on Poem by Julio Cortázar
- Barrio San Telmo (San Telmo Quarter), Instrumental
- Chamuyando bajito (Muttering in a Low Voice), Instrumental,
- Prelude and Fugue in March Tempo, for Piano solo15 July 1994Tudor Hall, Carlos López Buchardo Music Conservatoire, Buenos Aires
- Danza Americana (American Dance), for Piano solo27 September 1995 Recoleta Cultural Centre, Buenos Aires
- Vals con Rayuela y Tango (Waltz with Tango and Hopscotch), for Piano and cello15 July 1997 Argentine Engineers’ Center, Buenos Aires
- Payanca con Chamamé (Chamamé is the name of a local dance rhythm), For recorder, clarinet, violin, cello, piano and percussion. Conductor: Eva Lopszyc, 15 June 1998 Recoleta Cultural Center, Buenos Aires
- Serrin Serran, for String Orchestra; Conductor: Jorge Fontenla 30 September 2000 Alberdi Hall, San Martín Cultural Center, Buenos Aires
- Bacteria Filella, For piano and alto sax, Power Mac G3, Studio Vision Pro 4.2.2, Pro Tools Project 4.1.1 , keyboards, DX7 Yamaha synthesizer, Korg WorkStation M1, Roland Controller A-90 piano, 17 October 2001 Recoleta Cultural Center
- Chamuyando bajito [Murmuring in Whispers], Orchestral (1993)
- 2002 Triptych for piano and percussion (11 July, 2002) at the National Museum of Fine Arts, Buenos Aires.
- 8 Short Pieces for Piano and Synthesizer [22 November, 2003] at the Salón Dorado, Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires.
Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Amanda Guerreño studied at the Higher School of Fine Arts belonging to the La Plata National University, obtaining a degree as Advanced Professor in Piano.
She studied piano under Maestro Roberto Castro and composition under Maestros Roberto García Morillo and Alberto Ginastera. She was coached in instrumentation and orchestration by Conductor Mariano Drago.
She studied the organ under Maestro Julio Perceval at the Colón Theatre, undergoing a prior selection process involving competitive examinations and interviews. She continued with Master Organist, Héctor Zeoli.
At the "Instituto Torcuato di Tella", in their Latin American Center for Higher Musical Studies, she pursued the study of Electronic Music and went on to study Electroacoustic Music under Maestro Francisco Kröpfel.
Amanda Guerreño has taught widely in schools, at both primary and secondary levels, and has been Choir Master of various ensembles.
In her capacity as pianist, she has given numerous concerts and broadcasts in Argentina, particularly within cycles of Argentine and Latin American Music, but also of Classical and Contemporary Music.
In her role as composer she has written works of various genres, ranging from songs to symphonies and chamber music pieces. She founded the "Limay" Group to stage her Latin American "Via Crucis" (Stations of the Cross). With them she toured various European countries (Germany, Switzerland, France) to promote the piece. The work has been edited by MISEREOR (German Episcopal Conference Organization) and in Argentina.
Guerreño also created her own tango ensemble, "Música Ciudadana", thus promoting her own tango compositions for several years. A CD was released with these works. Her Cantata, "Homage to America", was released in 1970. Other works which have been recorded include "Tierra Nuestra Libertad" (Our Land Freedom) in 1987 and Cantata for Choir and Instrumental Ensemble, released in 2002.
As composer, her works have been heard in Argentina and abroad and have been acknowledged by both local and international reviewers and critics.
- She was awarded an acknowledgement for outstanding composition output by SADAIC.
- Member of the Argentine Music Council CAMU
- Member of the Argentine Association of Composers AAC
- Juror in the National Composers’ Tribunal TRINAC
- Summoned by the International Contemporary Music Foundation "Encuentros" under the auspices of CAMU (Argentine Music Council).
- Awarded the 2003 TRIMARG Prize (Forum for Argentine Music)
- 30th Anniversary of her work “Tribute to America”, second audio CD edition