Con la H de…

Hollywood. Y la magia giratoria de Bodas Reales.

Hans Beck. Esto es divertido. Hay otro Hans Beck: el inventor de los muñequitos de Playmobil. ¿Con cuál me quedo?

Hello Dolly. “It’s so nice to have you back where you belong…”.

Hindemith, Paul. Por melancólico, sanguíneo, flemático y colérico.

Hemiolia. Respiren: es ese “1-2-3, 1-2-3, 1-2, 1-2, 1-2” que tanto nos suena; desde el “America” de West Side Story, hasta el popular En el Café de Chinitas. [Y sí, claro, esto me lo han soplado.]

Holly Hynes. Sus tutús, inmejorables. Además es educada, generosa y todos la adoramos. Ejem.

Hispanico [Ballet Hispanico]. Que levante la mano quien no tenga algo que agradecer a Tina Ramirez, su fundadora.

Horst, Louis. Fue la sombra, mentor musical y amante de Martha Graham hasta que apareció…

Hawkins, Erick. … que además de bailarín inspirador para Martha, se hizo cargo del corazón atormentado de la artista. Más tarde, ya con su propia compañía, daría una nueva vuelta de tuerca a todo lo fraguado en Denishaw.

Hache. Por saber estar calladita. Ay, lo que me está costando a mí eso.


Hollywood. And the looping magic of Royal Wedding.

Hans Beck. This is funny. There is another Hans Beck: the one who first designed Playmobil’s little toys. Which one is my favourite?

Hello Dolly. “It’s so nice to have you back where you belong…”.

Hindemith, Paul. For being melancholic, sanguinic, phlegmatic and choleric.

Hemiola. Be calm: it’s the 1-2-3, 1-2-3, 1-2, 1-2, 1-2 that we all find so familiar; from West Side Story‘s “America” to the popular En el Café de Chinitas. [Yes, somebody told me about this.]

Holly Hynes. Her tutus are unbeatable. And she’s polite, generous, and we all love her.

Hispanico [Ballet Hispanico]. Raise your hand if you don’t have something to thank Tina Ramirez, its founder.

Horst, Louis. He was the shadow, musical mentor and lover of Martha Graham until…

Hawkins, Erick. … appeared; besides being an inspiring dancer for Martha, he took her troubled heart. Years later, with his own company, he turned the screw to everything set at Denishaw.

H. Because it’s a mute and very discrete letter in Spanish. And I’d love to be like that.

* Photo Hans Beck as Gennaro in Bournonville’s Napoli © The Royal Danish Ballet, photographer uncredited.
* Photo Holly Hynes’ costume for Balanchine’s Mozartiana at the Hynes costume’s exhibition. © Elna Matamoros, Kennedy Center, Washington D.C. (2011).
* Photo Hans Beck with his small Playmobil pirate, photographer uncredited.

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