In its first phase, Clamor will include complete audio for more than 130 concerts from a number of different series, including Aula de (Re)estrenos (since 1986), Tribuna de Jóvenes Compositores (1982-1988), and special concerts (44 from between 1975 and 2007).
More than 200 Spanish composers--most of them born in the twentieth century--are represented in Clamor, a true reflection of the enormous diversity of schools, and aesthetic trends of contemporary Latin music. Each composer has a biography and a selection of his works to date.
Accessible as PDFs, these programs contain the analysis of experts on the works performed and biographies of the performers, occasionally supplemented with other materials: texts written by the composers themselves, catalogs of their works, biographies of the authors or updated bibliographies.
Information regarding the scores of performed works. PDF copies (for scores published by the Foundation) or a bibliographic reference to the commercial edition (available in the Library for reference) may be available.
Recordings of presentations, conferences, or colloquies to the public by the composer or a specialist, in which some key points are explained.
Clamor is a knowledge portal that aims to gradually incorporate the Spanish music concert activity developed at the Fundación Juan March since its inception in 1975. Clamor enriches the audio of the live recordings with photographs of...