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Theme included in the record work Iris, project commissioned by the singer Alícia Calzada in 2009.
A work tailored to its voice with 11 songs in Spanish, texts, music and arrangements created specifically for me and adapted to the timbre and the particularity of the voice of this original singer of Sant Feliu de Guíxols.
The Haikus are classic Japanese poems of simple and small structure. They are almost poetic photographs of fleeting moments.
When I met this ancestral poetic form I was quickly attracted, and in fact, I have created musical works on classic Haikus: "The Fallen Flower", "Little Child", "White Camellias" and "Path that finishes" and also created music with the Haikus of the poet and writer of Banyoles Josep Navarro Santaeulàlia in the show "Lake".
The Haikus have always attracted me a lot because I have always been in favor of simplicity in artistic messages, if I can say something deep in three notes, it's better than in four. That is why in this subject I proposed to make a love poem with Haikus, hence its name "Midday's Haikus", since normally I imagine Haikus in moments of quiet and contemplative solitude at sunset or at sunrise, or even at night, but in this theme are images of love to the light.
At the end of the lyrics I manifest my daring of making this lyrics, since I really have no idea of creating Haikus.
A poem of fleeting and luminous love.
a wind has risen
that he made fly, when you passed, a white feather.
I hear your breath passing between ear and ear.
A flower, which moved, while your lips.
On your skin lies at dawn, a canvas of my skin.
a wind has risen
that has made fly, when you passed, reason and time.
I close my voice to the heat of your voice.
There is no truth greater than you.
comes to understand everything,
to get started, there would be no nights or days.
I have no idea.
I do not care about anything else
To see you without haste.
I have lost a dream,
the one that your skin gave me,
a midday in bloom.
- Voice: Alícia Calzada
- Drums and percussions: Cidon Trindade
- Electric bass: Rai Ferrer
- Piano and keyboards: Paco Viciana