With his piece “Lo que me gusta” with lyrics by Roberto Díaz he won the First Prize at the Concurso Carlos Gardel organized by the Buenos Aires City Town Hall in 1990 at the celebration of the hundredth anniversary of Carlos Gardel’s birth. In 1992, Polygram released his first compact disc, “Himno a Buenos Aires”, featuring the singer Hernán Salinas in two numbers. This material contains what's considered one of the best compositions of the maestro in collaboration with the pianist Osvaldo Tarantino: “Toda mi tristeza”, besides other gems like: “Vuelo hacia la gloria” and “Gente de tango”. Furthermore that year the Ministerio de Cultura y Educación de la Nación awarded him the Third National Prize of Music for his piece “Ultimátum”. In 1994 the label Redondel published the CD “Los Tangos de Saúl Cosentino” with 15 of his compositions with words by lyricists as Rafael Alberti, Hamlet Lima Quintana, and Héctor Negro, among others. Six numbers were sung by Hernán Salinas and the remaining nine, by guest singers. Soon thereafter the label El Arca de Noé released his new compact disc, “Convicciones”, which included the re-issue of 13 instrumentals published in his previous LPs. In 1999 he won the Second Prize at the Festival de Canciones de Villa Gesell with his song “¿Quién iba a decir?”, with lyrics by Ernesto Pierro.
He also published his new CD, “Saúl Cosentino, la música”, with 15 of his compositions with lyrics by Eladia Blázquez, Horacio Ferrer, Chico Novarro, Litto Nebbia, Virgilio Expósito, etc., sung by Raúl Lavié, Jairo, Julia Zenko, Néstor Fabián, Patricia Barone. Later came two foreign releases, the first in Mexico: the compact disc “Saúl Cosentino, la música”; the other in the United States: “El nuevo tango”. In 2004 Raúl Lavié recorded a CD: “Yo soy el negro” with 14 songs. Eleven of them are Saúl’s compositions, some of them composed in collaboration with Juan Carlos Zunini. The lyrics belong to Eladia Blázquez, Ernesto Pierro and Roberto Díaz.
Furthermore all the orchestrations were written by Saúl and Juan Carlos Zunini. That same year he recorded “Tangos a 4 manos” in which Saúl and Juan Carlos Zunini play 11 tangos on piano, four hands, and 10 pieces as soloists. In 2005 he was awarded the Second Prize at the Tango Contest organized by SADAIC for his tango "Borges, un fervor de Buenos Aires" with lyrics by Ernesto Pierro. In 2006 the label Fonocal published the CD "Saúl Cosentino, por él y por otros" which includes Cosentino's compositions played by different groups put together by him but which also includes pieces that he wrote played by other artists, such as Osvaldo Tarantino, Dante Amicarelli, Rodolfo Mederos, Andrea Merenzon, Miguel Angel Bertero, among others. http://www.saulcosentino.com.ar/English/index.html Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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