Long live music books

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In recent years we have been in luck when it comes to music book publishing. So we could and can still read «María Callas» by Fernando Fraga, “Angeles Gulín” by Santiago Vela, “Lucrecia Arana” with contributions from various authors, the reissue of “Parallel voices” by Giacomo Lauri-Volpi, “Alejo Carpentier and music” by Blas Matamoro, “Wagner y el cine” by Tony Palmer, «That was not in my book on the History of Music» by Pedro González Mira, «Easy Music» by Federico Abad and «Con el sol de México en la voz» by Albert Ferrer Flamarich … It seems that the publishers have put the batteries, although some are still waiting for the corresponding contract.

Sometimes you have to resort to solutions that were unthinkable a short time ago, such as the crowfunding the former general director of INAEM undertook, Miguel Angel Recio, for his “The Fourth Floor Office”, “The Seduction of the Fog” or, still hot, “When forgetting is impossible.” It is really worth visiting the web to learn how the world has evolved and imaginative ideas have emerged thanks to the internet. And since, however much they tell us, we are still going to have months with multiple hours at home or on a park bench, I add a few to the above.

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