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?"... Ne quid nimis", "nothing more than the necessary... " - so in the early twentieth century the philosopher Ortega y Gasset expressed his idea of a "suprarealist" art, an aesthetic capable of overcoming the sentimental sublimation of late Romanticism or positivistic Realism. It was during these years that in Spain poets, musicians, artists, composers, philosophers, were processing a new vision of the world and Spain itself. Looking at the experience of Manuel de Falla, but in a way going beyond this, the composers of the Grupo de los Ocho sought a Spanish way to create a European musical language, moving away from the passive to late Romantic folklorism. It is neoclassicism, which in Spain it takes a particular shape as casticismo, a Iberian inclination to combine the search of formal elements from it's glorious past with the acquisition of popular element praised and utilized into a oneness and universal perspective. It is with this perspective that the guitar becomes the core element of this dialectic
?"... Ne quid nimis", "nothing more than the necessary... " - so in the early twentieth century the philosopher Ortega y Gasset expressed his idea of a "suprarealist" art, an aesthetic capable of overcoming the sentimental sublimation of late Romanticism or positivistic Realism. It was during these years that in Spain poets, musicians, artists, composers, philosophers, were processing a new vision of the world and Spain itself. Looking at the experience of Manuel de Falla, but in a way going beyond this, the composers of the Grupo de los Ocho sought a Spanish way to create a European musical language, moving away from the passive to late Romantic folklorism. It is neoclassicism, which in Spain it takes a particular shape as casticismo, a Iberian inclination to combine the search of formal elements from it's glorious past with the acquisition of popular element praised and utilized into a oneness and universal perspective. It is with this perspective that the guitar becomes the core element of this dialectic
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?"... Ne quid nimis", "nothing more than the necessary... " - so in the early twentieth century the philosopher Ortega y Gasset expressed his idea of a "suprarealist" art, an aesthetic capable of overcoming the sentimental sublimation of late Romanticism or positivistic Realism. It was during these years that in Spain poets, musicians, artists, composers, philosophers, were processing a new vision of the world and Spain itself. Looking at the experience of Manuel de Falla, but in a way going beyond this, the composers of the Grupo de los Ocho sought a Spanish way to create a European musical language, moving away from the passive to late Romantic folklorism. It is neoclassicism, which in Spain it takes a particular shape as casticismo, a Iberian inclination to combine the search of formal elements from it's glorious past with the acquisition of popular element praised and utilized into a oneness and universal perspective. It is with this perspective that the guitar becomes the core element of this dialectic
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