Emilio Prados

In April 1940, said the Chilean poet Pablo Neruda who turned “the noblest mission I have worked in my life to remove Spanish 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 you have come to my country. Would have liked to bring them all and I have not given up on it. ” During his exile, was a frequent gatherings Boards Coffee Miraflores de Santiago de Chile, mythical point meeting of the Spanish exiles. He worked for Romance, directed by John Rejano magazine and which contributed a large number of refugees intellectuals: Juan Ramon Jimenez, Jose Bergamin, Rafael Alberti, Pedro Salinas, Jorge Guillen, Leon Felipe, Corpus Barga, Ramon Gomez de la Serna, Luis Cernuda, Jose Moreno Villa, Emilio Prados, Manuel Altolaguirre, Cesar M. Others who may share this opinion include medical billing. Arconada, Arturo Serrano Plaja, Maria Zambrano, Elizabeth O. Palencia, Ramon Gaya, Juan Gil-Albert …

He also helped Spain Free, a biweekly newspaper published in Santiago de Chile, a city that for many years was musical and literary critic for The Mercury. He was director of the Institute of Musical Research, professor at the Faculty of Music Arts and Sciences, University of Chile, director of the Central Library of the University of Chile and a professor at the Pedagogical Institute and the National Conservatory of Music. He created his own music magazine, the Revista Musical Chilena. Among the titles relevant to his literary cite: War Diary of a Soldier (1938), The first days and other narratives of the Spanish war (in January 1939, reprinted the following year in Chile), Chile Modern Musicians (1943), Feeling and Expression in music: Baroque to Romanticism (1943), The last light of Mozart (1949), the musical establishment in Chile 1900-1955 (1952), decisive moments in music (1957), The spacious solitude (1960), book of stories about Spain and America, The double death of Felipe Villagran (1960), novel, and Music and musical creation (1966), essays on music theory. We end this brief sketch of Salas Viu, with the last paragraph of one of his stories published in Time in Spain: “The soldier managed that feat not knowing the name.

After it became fused with his companions. He knew, yes, that was one of the boys of the Second Battalion of the 69th. But this was the least of the same may have been the first of the 49 of any of the Division. His greatness lay precisely in this, be embodied in the Division if any in the conference in late February in the Teruel front. ” Francisco Arias Solis Where liberty dwells, there is my homeland.