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Clearly and strongly gifted from childhood, Rosalia de Castro published her first poems at the age of 12, and her first book—in her native Galician—when she was only Fully bilingual, she published work in Spanish as well, and is considered, like Gustavo Adolfo Becquer, one of the precursors of Modernismo and a prosodic innovator.
Her dark, brooding lyrics have had a lasting influence on the literature of Spain as a whole, and of Galicia in particular. She was an important figure in the movement known as the Galician Renaissance, and a champion of the poor and of the rights of women.
Never healthy, and burdened throughout her life by poverty, she nevertheless married a respected academic and historian, and bore seven children, all of whom died before her and without producing offspring.
Her husband persuaded her to publish her works, and edited them himself, fortunately before her death by cancer at the age of Her home is a museum today.
He is active in painting, graphics, theater, and poetry. His painting is considered neo-expressionist, with evident influences from pop culture and conceptual art. The reflection of his artistic tendencies in his poetry makes his style unique in contemporary Ecuadorian letters.
Despite a substantial poetic output, most of his poetry has only appeared in marginal and limited editions, or in the form of mixed-media constructions, pamphlets, or embedded in larger visual projects. Sincehe has concertized with Jan Williams, Bruno Sperri, and other musicians, presenting his music at venues and festivals such as Klangprojektionen 4.
As President of Intelligent Music fromhe was responsible for the development and publication of a wide range of innovative and historically important software, including M and Max, as well as a touch-sensitive computer input device.
His book, Electric Sound: The Past and Promise of Electronic Musicpublished by Prentice Hall in Novemberis the first comprehensive overview of the history of electronic music. His articles on electronic music have appeared in Organized Sound.A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z.
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