Esguards silents is a piece in three movements, Uncertainty, Bewilderment and Desolation. Each one of them wants to express a emotional state as it could be felt by a child from any country in front of the disasters of a war.
Miniatures per Gaudí is written in seven short movements that are performed without a break and therefore form a continuous multi-sectional structure. The seven pieces, entitled Prelude, Toccata I, Cantilena, Scherzo, Interlude, Toccata II and Melody, are based on the set of musical notes derived from the letters that form the surname of the modernist...
The Prelude and Dance follows a typical structure of Frederic Monpou, and the Finale closes the work.
These pieces are dedicated to the memory of the composer’s nephew, Sergio Javier Godoy who died in April 2005, and were written two months later. The meaning of these four pieces for guitar and clarinet is to establish a dialogue with those questions will never be answers.