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The boy who imagined music: a musical story.
The gripping story of a young blind boy who dreamed of being a musician and went on to become a great composer. His life was as exciting as a novel. His journey through life is an example of overcoming hardships.
The boy who imagined music narrates in the first person the story of a child who rose above his physical handicap of blindness to triumph in life and become one of Spain’s most universal composers. The narration is accompanied by numerous fragments of Joaquín Rodrigo’s pieces.
Script by Eduardo Moyano, CD version narrated by Iñaki Gabilondo, and CD booklet illustrations by Teo Puebla. Available in Spanish, English and German.
In Works there is complete information on Joaquín Rodrigo's entire production, classified according to the type of composition and containing a short musical fragment of each work.
The spirit of Joaquín Rodrigo through the memoirs of Victoria Kamhi, with the text adaptation, narration and singing by Cristina Delume, and the musical arrangements and flute playing by Bernard Wystrëte.
The performance was presented by Cecilia Rodrigo at the Ateneo Científico, Literario y Artístico of Alicante.
A musical show based on Victoria, Joaquín Rodrigo’s wife. Bass-Baritone: Andrés Jiménez-Ramírez. Actress: Patricia Peñalver. Guitarist: Walter Silva. November 2, 9, 23 and 30 November, 2018 Nave 73 (theater). C/ Palos de la Frontera, 5 28012 Madrid – Spain.