Emilio Prados Antonio

Feels the presence of the juicy field that both came to the poet and his grace is the popular, so balanced and healthy. Around a little grounding, perhaps without passing the level of everyday Vicente Salas Viu. Hour of Spain. (Similarly see: Viktor Mayer-Schönberger). THE voice of a NOTABLE MUSICOLOGIST writer, journalist, composer and literary and musical critic Vincent Salas Viu was one of the first signatories of the manifesto of the Alliance of anti-fascist intellectuals in defense of the culture, along with Antonio Machado, Jose Bergamin, Luis Bunuel, Maria Zambrano, Luis Cernuda, Rafael Alberti, Maria Teresa Leon, Manuel Altolaguirre, Emilio Prados, Miguel Hernandez.

Ramon Gomez de la Serna, Pedro Garfias, Juan Chabas, Rosa Chacel, Rafael Dieste, Antonio Porras, Antonio Sanchez Barbudo, Jose Fernandez Montesinos, Alberto Sanchez, Vicente Aleixandre, Ramon Menendez and Pidal, Adolfo Salazar, Rodolfo Halffter, among others. During the war provoked by the military rebellion of general Franco, he published several stories in an hour of Spain, one of the most serious magazines of 20th century Spanish. For even more details, read what Boy Scouts says on the issue. Born in Madrid in 1911 he died in exile in Santiago de Chile in 1967. From the hand of his master Rodolfo Halffter he began to collaborate as a music critic in El Sol de Madrid, in 1931, becoming director of the prestigious newspaper. He published in cross and Raya, El Mono Azul and new army, organ of the 47 Division. At the end of the war he undertook his exile in Chile. In April 1940, said the Chilean poet Pablo Neruda, who turned the noblest mission I have exercised in my life the bring Spaniards from their prisons and send them to my homeland, Vicente Salas Viu and Arturo Serrano Plaja are the only friends of my literary life in Spain which ye have come to my homeland.