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In Els Bells Camins, we find ourselves before a serene yet passionate love song that Cercós, demonstrating his great compositional ability, translates into music that is difficult to define.
This four melodious songs for voice and piano, by Consuelo Colomer, have a unique musical-poetic sensitivity, infused by its composer.
In the work La Flor del Cirerer, through human feelings deeply rooted in the awakening of spring, it achieves a perfect and vital communication between two cultures that are simultaneously distant and close: Catalan and Japanese. The songs were composed expressly for their performance in Tokyo in September of 2008.
The richness, variety and intelligence of the writing of Serra gives the piano a crucial role in establishing an atmosphere of unique and totally different poetry in each song, where the voice may suggest the meaning of words, always with a simple and compelling expressivity.
The texts in this work, with the great issues of the Lorquian universe, have short verses with their evocative images and very precise rhythm and are enveloped by the piano music with the aim of underlining the very diverse nature of the poems, often accentuating the contrasts they suggest.
The poem Nueve Gacelas por el Monte Líbano by Rodolfo Häsler is made up of nine sensual poetic verses around which Ortega weaves a transparent music inspired in the poems themselves.
In this compilation we find an interesting collection of concert material that will satisfy the most demanding public.