The author Francisco Asenjo Barbieri (Madrid, 1823-1894) reports: "The castanets have to tie them to the finger, bowed his teeth into the cords to pull the pin, and get to touch them, regardless of hairs, although in palillos. Reader , touch it, and I will be happy because you having fun ".
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Symbolic and unique literary work within the literature related to musical instruments , flamenco and folklore. The stars that lead the reader into the fabric of this book are the castanets .
The Printer of the original work is " Aribau and Co. ( Successors Rivadeneyra ) " , in Madrid, 1878 . Castilian version , universal.
The author Francisco Asenjo Barbieri , a composer considered the father of zarzuela and musical language precursor authentically Spanish . Instrumentalist clarinet and piano, choir director and conductor, founder of various musical and cultural associations , including The Spain Musical, Concert Society and the Society of Bibliophiles , editor , critic , researcher, historian and essayist, he belonged to the San Fernando Academy and Language and came to compose more than 60 operettas .
Excellent composer , renowned conductor and tireless musicologist, responsible for the recovery of the musical heritage of his homeland.
The castanets are one of the Spanish musical heritage instruments . This essential book sounds in the hands of the castañueleros, flamenco and folk .
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