BlogFree thoughts in disarray
The conceptual opera “Audioguide III” ends with the disruption of 66 violins. Does this serve the kantian philosophical underground of the work?
Wrapped in the upbeat rhythm of one of the most popular dances of Spain, in De Falla’s hands Jota is a tale of secret love and melancholic farewell.
A tree, weeping through the notes of the piano, becomes pure poetry in De Falla’s Asturiana.
The great dramatic tenor James McCray offers his thoughts on some misunderstandings in the modern way of training the voice.
Second song of the Siete canciones populares españolas, the Seguidilla murciana keeps intact the original character of the song. With a twist.
First song in the cycle Siete canciones populares españolas, El paño moruno throws the listener in the Spanish folksong tradition right from the beginning.