Articles avec balises "Charles Rosen".

Manuel de Falla, Arrangement of Siete canciones

Manuel de Falla, Arrangement of Siete canciones

I have the honour and plea­su­re to announ­ce, that my arran­ge­ment of Manu­el de Fal­la, Sie­te can­cio­nes popu­la­res españo­las for Voice or Solo­in­stru­ment and string orches­tra, has been published by UE Uni­ver­sal Edi­ti­on, Vien­na. To view the score online, plea­se click here.

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Wonderful World of Wordlessness II

Hen­ning Rit­ter, long years chief edi­tor for huma­nities at Frank­fur­ter All­ge­mei­ne Zei­tung, wro­te about Leonardo’s Mona Lisa, that this pain­ting gives a psy­cho­lo­gi­cal enig­ma, who­se reso­lu­ti­on seems to be urged by the pain­ting its­elf, alt­hough it also seems to keep its non- dis­solva­bi­li­ty. This is why the pain­ting has pro­vo­ked rage, he sta­tes, “becau­se it shows some­thing, what exists only through its expo­sure, and which remains undis­c­lo­sed insi­de that expo­sure. The obser­ver finds him­s­elf in front of some­thing locked up, for which the key has been thrown away”. Ever­yo­ne, who tri­es to dis­c­lo­se the secrets of music, finds him­s­elf con­fron­ted with a same dilem­ma. Inde­ed, we are able to start […]

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