When I saw this first I briefly thought it was Montjuïc viewed from Maians Island, where Quixote first saw the sea. But the sun sets west, not south, and those are mountains in the background, not clouds. So it must be Italy, somewhere. Here’s the text.
- Refutation of Bilbeny’s “conclusive proof” that Quijote was written in Catalan
The problem with Catalan “philologist” and “historian” Jordi Bilbeny being a 24-carrot burro is that when he occasionally says something half
- My dream barrel organ sound
La Java Viennoise played at Les Primitifs du Futur: That looks like Fay Lovsky on musical saw, and yes, that is Robert
- Coffin Joe and the King of Persia
Off tomorrow midnight to Sitges to see this unusual item: … with the gents who made this rather special thing: Funding is now
- Accordion bonanza
With some Norwegian, a bunny, and a bell-ringing act.
- Three versions of “El relicario”
Raquel Meller, the most successful Spanish artist of the 20th century, struggling with pitch and pace in 1914: Sara Montiel, who made