Concerts for Babies | Strings that Love Each Other
Many many years ago, the sound cloths that cradled babies were woven from colored thread. Threads that some animals offered for the sounds to communicate more with nature. And an instrument called theorba was born. With long arms, which hug both small and large babies, the theorb liked to walk her harp. Because the harp strings were more colorful than hers. And so, from the Renaissance, all colors came to us, which today travel side by side with the most contemporary sounds. Babies dream when in front of them Ana and Helena run their fingers on the harp and theorb.
technical data sheet
Alberto Roque – baritone saxophone
José Lopes – alto and soprano saxophones
Pedro Santos – accordion
Inesa Markava – vocals and movement
Isabel Catarino – vocals
Paulo Lameiro – vocals and conductor
Ana Castanhito – invited soloist, harp
Helena Raposo – invited soloist, theorb
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