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La publication de 'Manuel à l’usage des femmes de ménage' révèle un grand auteur et un destin exceptionnel : Lucia Berlin, mariée trois fois, mère de quatre garçons, nous raconte ses multiples vies en quarante-trois épisodes. Élevée dans les camps miniers d’Alaska et du Midwest, elle a été successivement une enfant solitaire au Texas durant la Seconde Guerre mondiale, une jeune fille riche et privilégiée à Santiago du Chili, une artiste bohème vivant dans un loft new-yorkais au milieu des années 50 et une infirmière aux urgences d’Oakland.
'Le Manuel' d’Épictète expose les principes philosophiques qui mènent au stoïcisme, doctrine qui permet de mener une vie heureuse et juste. Ce texte court est un résumé de l’enseignement d’Epictète écrit par un de ses élèves, où sont donnés, de manière logique et illustrée d’exemples quotidiens, les idées fondamentales qui permettent un accès à la sagesse. …
Ludwig (or Léon) Minkus does not rank very high on anyone’s list of distinguished composers, but his music nonetheless survives thanks to the tuneful scores he turned out for the ballet, particularly for the choreographer Marius Petipa. And it is probably Don Quichotte that is the best-known today, closely followed by La Bayadère . Until the Russian ballet companies began touring the West in the 1950s and 60s, audiences knew only the pas de deux, which was a staple of many a touring company. But once the Kirov and Bolshoi showed us that there was considerably more to the work, productions began to proliferate. Rudolf Nureyev even made a full-length film of the ballet almost 50 years ago with the Australian Ballet Company, which allows us to see the captivating Lucette Aldous. He then went on to stage the piece for many other companies, including the Paris Opera. Aside from the fact that today we don’t know how much of Don Quichotte is actually the work of Petipa, as it was revived and revised by Alexander Gorsky, among a great many others, rendering meaningless the credit “based upon Marius Petipa,” what Nureyev gives us is his version of the ballet as danced by the Kirov during his time with that company.
Guiomar Novaes was a notable pianist. Her style was characterized for a sense of the tonal color as few pianist have been able to have it. This recording is fundamental for you , because the Grieg Concert is played with majesty and avoiding the inherent sentimentalism in which the most of the pianists fail. She knew how to get the involving sound , avoiding the excess of sensibility so typical of the romanticism movement. She turns the melody in a sugerent and impresionist portrait, giving a natural gaze not a picture museum gaze. That is why her Mendelssohn's songs without words have no equal rivals. Try to find it.
Born in Toledo, Manuel Canales (1747-1786) moved to Madrid around 1770 and entered into the service of the Duke of Alba. A frequent visitor to the court of King Carlos III, he likely associated with his more famous contemporary, Luigi Boccherini, who was also in this flourishing cultural center at the same time. Canales' string quartets show a familiarity with his work, as well as with the early compositions of Haydn.
Originally published in London, these 3 quartets form the first half of Op.3. The only known chamber works of Canales, these compositions follow the usual four movement format, although they place the Minuet as the 2nd movement, instead of the more customary 3rd position.