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celebration_musicInternational Day of MusicFrom our Library in Laimos, Prespes, Greece, we want to connect with all of you who celebrate the International Day of Music presenting concerts with music of all kinds in open spaces, squares, streets, stations, parks, halls...
Like that we thought to offer you some musical pieces which connect music with literature

  • Take this waltz. Leonad Cohen sings El pequeño vals vienés (Little Viennese Waltz) by the poet Frederico García Lorca. We remind you that in our Library you can read all the work of Lorca
  • Sin hijo, ni árbol, ni libro/ without child, tree or book. Ο Silvio Rodríguez, the singer of the Cuban Revolution and founder of the new Cuban Trova (Nueva Trova Cubana) dedicated the song to the people who were not able to do what he considered neccessary to be successful in life: a child, a tree, a book. And he reminds us that people without story are history itself (Los hombres sin historia son la Historia).
  • Stella splendens (bright star), from the Libre vermell de Montserrat, by the catalan band Companyia Eléctrica Dharma. A mediaeval melody dedicated to the Holy Mary from a collection of songs from the 14th century, performed by contemporary and traditional instruments
  • Город Золотой(golden city). the Russian band Аквариум (Ακβάριουμ) performs the poem by Анри Волохонский (Henri Valaxonski), inspired from the book with music from the 16th century.
  • Here we suggest some novels in which there is also music..

  • Mr. Ray Sharp and Miss Me Flat Jules Verne
  • A musical-organ tuner and organist is trying to make a chorus to replace with the children's voices some notes of the keyboard and like that to make a human and not a mechanical instrument.
  • The Piano Jane Champion
  • At the end of the nineteenth century, Ada, a young deaf Scottish woman and her daughter are being sent by her father in New Zealand to marry a landowner. He accepts the two women but not the piano they brought with them. Ada meets Bains, who agrees to take home the piano ... a powerful love is born ... From the movie with the same title.
  • Musikant  André Hodeir
  • In a hallway of the Paris metro, a violinist with worn out clothes is playing the most famous pieces of the classical repertoire. People who are passing by pay no attention to his playing, which is nonetheless of a virtuoso.

    You can find these books as well as others about music in
    our Library in Lemos.

    We are expecting you

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