Poetry, Music, Duende: Federico Garcia Lorca

(I've taken the liberty of adding photos and videos ~ArsArteEtLabore) Excerpt from: Desolation Row - Colm Tóibín In his late teens, Federico García Lorca’s main interest was music and song. He was steeped not only in the Andalusian folk tradition but also in the European art song. He loved the work of Schubert and Beethoven.Lorca’s … Continue reading Poetry, Music, Duende: Federico Garcia Lorca

The use of Nature imagery in the works of Federico Garcia Lorca

Federico Garcia Lorca In his Ode to Walt Whitman, Lorca asks "Whose perfect voice will sing the truths of wheat?" Throughout the poem, he is lamenting the absence of men of the calibre of the "lovely Walt Whitman".  The truths of wheat...  Federico Garcia Lorca uses symbolic, nature imagery throughout his work. Whilst addressing sexuality … Continue reading The use of Nature imagery in the works of Federico Garcia Lorca