CLASSICAL OPUS no.74

Manuel de Falla: “Serenata Andaluza”

マヌエル・デ・ファーガ:「セレナタ・アンダルツァ」

 

TIME COMMITMENT: 5 minutes

De Falla, fêted for bringing the guitaristic idiom into classical music, went far beyond tempting, cheap folklore residues.  His work captures the southwestern light, charming and hallucinatory in its power to evoke hitherto unheralded thematics.

 

MUSIC

 

INFO

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manuel_de_Falla

 

A REFLECTION

The moon is dead dead

— it will come back to life in the spring

 

when a south wind

ruffles the brow of the poplars

 

when our hearts yield their harvest of sighs

 

when the roofs wear their grass hats

 

The moon is dead dead

— it will come back to life in the spring

 

Federico Garcìa Lorca “Two Evening Moons”

 

 

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