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El ballet Don Lindo de Almería: un Lohengrín andaluz surca los cielos mexicanos

M. Carmen Domínguez Gutiérrez    Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia, Italia    

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José Bergamín wrote in 1926 a ballet libretto, Don Lindo de Almería, for which Rodolfo Halffter wrote the music on 1935. The ballet premiered in Mexico in 1940 with the scenography of Anna Sokolow. The three artists collaborated on two other occasions, and the success achieved meant for Rodolfo Halffter the complete entry into the Mexican music scene. For Mexican dance, that experience was the origin of the current National Dance Company. However, little attention has been given to José Bergamín texts, which represent an important highlight of literary identity for the republican exile in Mexico.

Pubblicato
25 Marzo 2022
Presentato
16 Dicembre 2021
Lingua
ES
ISBN (PRINT)
978-88-6969-597-1
ISBN (EBOOK)
978-88-6969-596-4

Keywords: José BergamínGeneración de la RepúblicaSpanish Republican exile in MexicoSpanish dance and musicAnna SokolowRodolfo Halffter

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