Frederico Garcia Lorca

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Spanish poet and dramatist who was shot dead by Franco's soldiers soon after the start of the Spanish Civil War (1898-1936)

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CYNIGIR cymorth ariannol i rai sy'n trefnu bysiau i Venue Cymru, Llandudno'r wythnos nesaf ar gyfer perfformiad Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru o ddrama Frederico Garcia Lorca - Tye Bernarda Alba.
PARLONS CINEMACarte blanche Ea Ahmed BedjaouiAu Centre Culturel FranE*ais Ea 19hLundi 4 juin: M de Fritz Land (Allemagne, 1931)EXPOSITIONS- Gallerie OrfaliExposition des oeuvres de 7 artistes de nationalitE[umlaut]s diffE[umlaut]rentes autour des poE tes Frederico Garcia Lorca (Espagne) et Abdul wahab Al Bayati(Irak).
Standing among the paintings and sculptures in Emiliano's villa is the spirit of Frederico Garcia Lorca, dressed in a white suit, as well as an unfinished statue of the poet, whose work-in-progress state is a harbinger of the uneasy efforts of the father and daughter to repair their estranged relationship, fight their inner demons and beat back the unhappiness in their lives.
The composer returns to the poetry of Frederico Garcia Lorca (1898-1936) for the first time since Ancient Voices of Children (1970), which was the culminatin of his eight Lorca-inspired compositions initiated in 1963 with Night Music I.
Comme elle a eu a se produire avec sa troupe de Mesrah En' Nass de Tunis un peu partout en Algerie notamment avec les pieces [beaucoup moins que]At'rain Sf'far[beaucoup plus grand que] (le train a siffle) adaptee d'un texte de Frederico Garcia Lorca, et [beaucoup moins que]La maison de Bernada Alba[beaucoup plus grand que] mise en scene par Dalila Meftahi.
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