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Nicolás Díaz

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Autor de Ausentes. Coautor de Commuter y Companion Animals.

caterina barbieri

La música contemporánea se tomó mucho tiempo para ver al sintetizador modular como una tradición y formato a explotar, y ya no a rescatar, descubrir, mostrar en el museo como el futuro que no fue, citar como rareza simpática o como vicio de ociosos. Que alguien pudiera estudiar música y un día acercarse al modular igual que si fuera una Fender o un Steinway. Eso fue lo que hizo Caterina Barbieri.

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Published on May 25, 2019 19:44
Average rating: 4.25 · 8 ratings · 1 review · 3 distinct works
Ausentes

4.50 avg rating — 4 ratings — published 2015 — 2 editions
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Witold Gombrowicz
“Two conspirators with a frog, following the line of a whiffletree.”
Witold Gombrowicz, Cosmos
tags: frog

Diana Wynne Jones
“Why am I holding a dog full of angels?”
Diana Wynne Jones, Castle in the Air

Carson McCullers
“Next to music, beer was best.”
Carson McCullers, The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter

Tove Ditlevsen
“It bothers me a lot that I don’t seem to own any real feelings anymore, but always have to pretend that I do by copying other people’s reactions. It’s as if I’m only moved by things that come to me indirectly. I can cry when I see a picture in the newspaper of an unfortunate family that’s been evicted, but when I see the same ordinary sight in reality, it doesn’t touch me. I’m moved by poetry and lyrical prose, now as always – but the things that are described leave me completely cold. I don’t think very much of reality.”
Tove Ditlevsen, Childhood

Herman Melville
“though the only spout in sight was that of a Fin-Back, belonging to the species of uncapturable whales, because of its incredible power of swimming. Nevertheless, the Fin-Back’s spout is so similar to the Sperm Whale’s, that by unskilful fishermen it is often mistaken for it. And consequently Derick and all his host were now in valiant chase of this unnearable brute. The Virgin crowding all sail, made after her four young keels, and thus they all disappeared far to leeward, still in bold, hopeful chase.

Oh! many are the Fin-Backs, and many are the Dericks, my friend.”
Herman Melville, Moby-Dick or, the Whale




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