By Kirby Navarro, Paulina Fariza
Taller de canto propone ahondar en el placer de cantar canciones a través del conocimiento de los angeles propia voz. Para ello muestra cómo activar los angeles respiración consciente; trabajar formas de proyectar, articular y de ganar resonancia; ofrece juegos dramáticos para las canciones y ejercicios para “abrir” el oído y que éste sea el director del propio instrumento. Buscar los angeles mejor expresión interpretativa de cada canción es el objetivo de este guide para poder disfrutar cantando o cantar disfrutando, apto para todos los niveles.
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What I understand by German,” he wrote to Webern, “I hardly need tell you; it is enough to mention the un-German name of Pfitzner, for example. But I could also cite lesser associates. ” In the meantime, Berg had had his own encounters with National Socialist ideology and cultural policies. On 16 May 1933 he had heard Wilhelm Furtwängler give a talk in Vienna on Brahms that he found deeply upsetting. The following day he wrote to Webern, “It was a Nazi-tinged lecture on behalf of German music that – so he [Furtwängler] implied – was last represented by Brahms.
I would just recommend to you,” he wrote to him on 22 January 1931, “to arrange the analyses (through the choice of works) so that the evolution of twelve-note composition emerges. ”13 Four weeks later, on 24 February 1931, Schoenberg completed his article National Music. Here he laid out his thoughts on the role of nations in the development of music, made an emphatic declaration of belief in German music, and expressed the opinion that he stood at a turning-point in the history of music, indeed, had initiated it.
To corroborate the correction, he enclosed a copy of his family tree. Even as early as 1931 and 1932 Berg would not have been unaware that the increasing politicisation of the cultural sphere in Germany was bringing reservations about him and his work in its wake. 11 After the Nazis took power, Wozzeck, which had previously been so successful, disappeared from German stages. Up until then Berg’s finances had been in a healthy state, thanks to the royalties from Wozzeck, but they rapidly began to go downhill.