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Guillermo Guill Cazenave is an Argentine musician.
Cazenave was born into a family of personalities connected with the world of culture and art.
On his grandmothers side (McInnes-Wilde), the family is related to writer Oscar Wilde. Guillermos grandmother introduced him to celtic music and in 1962, at the age of seven, he started playing bagpipes for a while. Later, during the Beatlemania era, Cazenave studied drums and percussion with jazz professor Sam Lerman and also Alberto Alcala, of the Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires. In 1969 he continued his studies with Droopy Gianello, well-known drummer and member of the Argentinian pop-rock group Arco Iris, leaded by composer, guitarist and singer Gustavo Santaolalla.
Site about Guillermo Cazenave
Label created by Guillermo Cazenave
Music Therapy & Biomusic Institute
Teachings & Workshops
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