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This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. No imagino que un concierto barroco pueda ser de otra forma. Perhaps Cuba’s most important intellectual figure of the twentieth century, Alejo Carpentier was a novelist, a classically trained pianist and musicologist, a producer of avant-garde radio programming, and an influential theorist of politics and Alejo Carpentier was a Cuban novelist, essayist, and musicologist, who greatly influenced Latin American literature during its “boom” period.
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Concierto barroco by Abrroco Carpentier. Un fel de Midnight in Paris, in sensul de amalgam hipsteresc de personaje, opere si momente din trecut, adunate barrooco de dragul de a bifa cunostinte culturale. This novella is a bizarre and compelling fantasy, a labyrinth-like journey laced with layers of allusions, insights and humor through the transculturation between the Old World and New.
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He died carpetnier Paris in and was buried in Havana. Surely the oddest thing I’ve read by Carpentier. Preview — Concierto barroco by Alejo Carpentier. Quotes from Concierto barroco.
This peculiar acoustic space is a play of interweaving ornaments, details, gestures, images and voices, floating somewhere between the waters of Tenochtitlanthe silver glimmerings of Taxco and the boundless expanses of the Venetian channels, halls, galleries, graveyards and tiny streets, populated with the never failing wealth of colours, aromas, shadows and rhymes, silhouettes and clamour, forming a complex, ever-changing sound fabric, games of instrumental passages, variations and quasi quotations of unnamed manuscripts from Spanish monasteries, old late-gothic or renaissance masters, the way that I heard and translated them in the meaning of one infinite sound palimpsest.
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Catoblepa Protomoderno rated it really liked it Jul 29, Open Preview See a Problem? Stravinsky and Louis Armstrong make cameo appearances later in the story. At the time Carpentier wrote this book, he know about the opera from historical accounts but could not have heard it. We should remember that for Carpentier, the marvelously real is not just a stylistic gimmick, it is the essential characteristic of America.
Perhaps Cuba’s most important intellectual figure of the twentieth century, Alejo Carpentier was a novelist, a classically trained pianist and musicologist, a producer of avant-garde radio programming, and an influential theorist of politics and Alejo Carpentier was a Cuban novelist, essayist, and musicologist, cadpentier greatly influenced Latin American literature during its “boom” period.