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García Lorca and Spanish Music in New York

Maurer, Christopher

Romance Quarterly, 2011, Vol.58(4), p.258 [Rivista Peer Reviewed]

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  • Titolo:
    García Lorca and Spanish Music in New York
  • Autore: Maurer, Christopher
  • Note di contenuto: Federico Garcia Lorca visited New York and Cuba at a critical moment (1929-1930) in the performance abroad of modern Spanish music. The Spanish poet enjoyed a privileged view of the New York musical scene. Not only did his visit coincide with the successes of leading Spanish conductors (Fernandez Arbos), dancers (La Argentina, La Argentinita) and instrumentalists (Jose Iturbi, Andres Segovia, the Aguilar Quintet, among others), the poet's interaction with some of these performers and with the friends with whom he shared his own arrangements of Spanish folk song is bound up with questions of personal and national identity.
  • Fa parte di: Romance Quarterly, 2011, Vol.58(4), p.258
  • Soggetti: New York ; Lorca, Federico Garcia ; Poets ; National Identity ; Folk Music ; Spanish ; National Identity ; Music ; Self Concept
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • Tipo: Articolo
  • Identificativo: ISSN: 08831157 ; E-ISSN: 19403216

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