7 edition of The flamenco tradition in the works of Federico García Lorca and Carlos Saura found in the catalog.
|Series||Spanish studies ;, v. 26, Spanish studies (Lewiston, N.Y.) ;, v. 26.|
|LC Classifications||PQ6613.A763 Z88575 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 312 p. :|
|Number of Pages||312|
|LC Control Number||2004042684|
Antonio Gades, who died on Tuesday in Madrid a was a giant of modern flamenco, a magnetic dancer and theatrical director who gained an international audience for flamenco . Flamenco, form of song, dance, and instrumental (mostly guitar) music commonly associated with the Andalusian Roma (Gypsies) of southern Spain. (There, the Roma people are called Gitanos.) The roots of flamenco, though somewhat mysterious, seem to lie in the Roma migration from Rajasthan (in northwest India) to Spain between the 9th and 14th centuries.
Leading critics from the United Kingdom, the United States, Australia, Canada, and Japan offer fresh, provocative views of canonical Surrealist works from Luis Buñuel, Jan Svankmajer, and David Lynch. They also offer lively analyses of surrealist aspects of contemporary Japanese, Russian, and British cinema, Disney animation, digital cinema, and documentary, exploring the vibrant effect and. Carlos Saura. "Screenwriter and film director. Saura is one of the most internationally prestigious Spanish filmmakers and one of the maximum exponents of independent filmmaking.". He is born in Huesca in , and studied at the Instituto de Investigaciones y Experiencias Cinematográficas in Madrid.
In , Carlos Saura directs and releases his movie Bodas de sangre (Blood Wedding) based on Federico García Lorca’s play of the same works with Antonio Artero, Antonio Gades, and Alfredo Mañas to write a screenplay adapting Lorca’s story into a ballet. A new selection in English of works by one of Spain's greatest poets. Poetry Review: Poet in Spain is a new translation (by Sarah Arvio) of a variety of works by my favorite poet, Federico Garcia Lorca. She includes a section ("Poems") containing a large, personal selection of poems from various of Lorca's works; a generous selection from Poem of the Deep Song (Poema del cante jondo); all of /5.
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The Flamenco Tradition in the Works of Federico Garcia Lorca and Carlos Saura: The Wounded Throat (Spanish Studies 26) illustrated edition Edition. Find all the books, read about the author, and : Hardcover. Get this from a library.
The flamenco tradition in the works of Federico García Lorca and Carlos Saura: the wounded throat. [Rob Stone]. Rob Stone’s Flamenco Tradition in the Works of Federico García Lorca and Carlos Saura: The Wounded Throat (Edwin Mellen, ) is available through interlibrary loan, and there is much more on flamenco and the gypsy motif.
SinceCarlos Saura has directed more than 40 films and, astoundingly, has won almost an equal number of awards. His obra is varied, including 'Marathon,' the official film for the Barcelona Olympics that he was selected to direct, and 'Buñuel and King Salomon's Table' (), a homage to his intimate friend, Luis Buñuel.
He has published on a wide range of Hispanic films including articles and chapters in edited works on Pedro Almodóvar, Hector Babenco, Luis Buñuel or Lucrecia Martel.
He is the author of Queering Buñuel: Sexual Dissidence and Psychoanalysis in his Mexican and Spanish Cinema (). The language is also poetic, similar to Valle-Inclan's.
Another of Lorca's influences is the Modernist drama (visible in his use of the verse), the theatre of Lope de Vega (evident in the use of folkloric songs), the theatre of Calderón (seen in the excessive use of tragedy) and the puppet tradition.
Life and career Early years. García Lorca was born on 5 Junein Fuente Vaqueros, a small town 17 km west of Granada, southern Spain. His father, Federico García Rodríguez, was a prosperous landowner with a farm in the fertile vega (valley) surrounding Granada and a comfortable villa in the heart of the city.
García Rodríguez saw his fortunes rise with a boom in the sugar : 19 August (aged 38), Near Alfacar, Granada. Carlos Saura Torrente was born on 01/04/32 in Huesca, Aragon,Spain.
Job Titles: Director, Screenwriter, Cinematographer, Producer, Film professor A child of the Spanish Civil War and its aftermath, writer-director Carlos Saura flowered during the waning years of Franco's dictatorship, dodging the aging regime's censorship by leading his films.
Federico García Lorca's first collection of writings shines a fascinating light on earlyth-century Spain, writes Mina Holland. Popular Federico García Lorca & Flamenco videos Federico García Lorca - Topic (Saura), Antonio Gades, Cristina Hoyos () Federico Garcia Lorca por Flamenco Parte by Almeria.
As a young man, Lorca (an accomplished pianist) worked with the composer Manuel de Falla to rediscover the musical traditions of Spain. His lecture on "el cante jondo", or deep song, was a celebration of flamenco tradition, but a rewriting of it too.
Lorca was part of the artistic avant-garde. Granada-born poet Federico Garcia Lorca (–) was arguably the most important Spanish writer of the 20th century. The folklore and Gypsy culture of his native Andalusia provided much of his inspiration and subject matter, as did love, mortality, Flamenco and was murdered by fascist soldiers inat the beginning of Spain’s Civil War, and the exact whereabouts.
The poems of his oeuvre closest to the Spanish tradition are highlighted in this volume. "The Guitar," the opening poem, feels like a flamenco song. InFederico García Lorca made a book of poems, to be titled Poema del Cante Jondo.
He was twenty-three. The Flamenco Tradition in the Works of Federico Garcia Lorca and Carlos Saura: The Wounded Throat it was amazing avg rating — 1 rating — published /5. The flamenco tradition in the works of Federico García Lorca and Carlos Saura: the wounded throat by Rob Stone (Book) Cine, flamenco y género audiovisual: enunciación de lo trágico en las películas musicales de Carlos Saura by Pedro Javier Millán Barroso ().
Lorca's Sketches of Spain: Impressions and Landscapes is a unique book, now available in an unillustrated e-book edition as well as an illustrated print edition. Federico García Lorca’s first book, published when he was just nineteen, is a series of meditations on Spanish art, landscapes and history.
Brimming with passion and excitement, the young writer travels in search of Spain's. Bodas De Sangre (Blood Wedding) is the first part of a ballet / flamenco film trilogy directed by Carlos Saura and starring Antonio Gades and Cristina Hoyos () Works: Poetry collections Impresiones y paisajes (Impressions and Landscapes ) Libro de poemas (Book of Poems ) Poema del cante jondo (Poem of Deep Song; written in but.
With ’s Blood Wedding Saura embarked on a flamenco musical trilogy that includes Carmen (83) and El amor brujo (86), a project shared with the producer Emiliano Piedra and the dancer and choreographer Antonio Gades.
The first part of the series, which is the most fascinating of the three for its clear, clean. Cristina Hoyos Panadero (born 13 July ) is a Spanish flamenco dancer, choreographer and actress, born in Seville, a successful worldwide career, she opened her own dance company in that premiered at the Rex Theatre in : Cristina Hoyos Panificadora, 13 July (age.
Carlos Saura `s flamboyant style is carved in relief in this notable chamber work that retains the primordial dramatic nucleus in the adaptation of Federico Garcia Lorca `s play. With a minimum of resources economy you will understand why Saura was then in the peak of his heights/5(20). Lizabeth Paravisini-Gebert.
Inwhen the legendary Costa Rican singer Chavela Vargas offered a concert of her musical adaptations of Federico García Lorca’s poems at the Huerta de San Vicente, his birth home in the outskirts of Granada, the music carried his .The new show, “Farruquito,” suggests both a look back and a statement of individuality, all told in words, music and dance.
Jaime Massieu. At 36, flamenco dancer Juan Manuel Fernández Montoya, better known as Farruquito, has already experienced a lifetime of artistic achievement and success, as well as soul-crushing personal tragedy.Antonio Gades performed on the most famous stages of the world and travelled extensively with different productions which included many of Federico Garcia Lorca’s works.
It was the works of this Andalucían poet that was to inspire Antonio Glade’s dance and ignite a glowing passion in his heart for flamenco.