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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.
Which contains 31 songs for voice and guitar. Among its many songs are included Aranjuez, ma pensée, an original work by the composer, and Cuatro madrigales amatorios, in a transcribed version for voice and guitar by Marco Socías.
A 129 page high quality score, edited with extra special care.
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.
Annual concert at the Victoria and Joaquín Rodrigo Foundation organized by professor Ana Benavides, and performed by students and professors from the Joaquín Turina Conservatory, with the special participation of the clarinet ensemble directed by Pedro Rubio.
Cecilia Rodrigo participates in the seminar ¨Aranjuez Paisaje Cultural¨. April 19th, at 5pm at the Instituto de Enseñanza Secundaria ALPAJÉS, Calle Moreras 28 in Aranjuez. Title of the lecture: Joaquín Rodrigo, en el más allá del Concierto de Aranjuez. For professors, music professors, scholars, maestros and educators.