La vera costanza (“True Constancy”), Hob. 28/8, is an operatic dramma giocoso by Joseph Haydn. The Italian libretto was a shortened version of the one by Francesco Puttini set by Pasquale Anfossi for the opera of the same name given in Rome in 1776...
In 1971, as an extension of those beautiful holidays in a big house in Seville Street Imperial, which Manuel Bernal Prieto, its owner, baptized with the name "La Trocha" born this group bearing the same name that mythical tablao, always remembered. Manolo Bernal and even early eighties that is when the group broke up, what form Leonardo Lopez Roldan Antonio Ramirez Perez, Antonio Beltran Pavon "Valencina" and Francisco Terrero Ramos (guitar), incorporated after Francisco Sanchez de la Rosa. The act every day of the year in the same place, taking high-flying moves when the tablao with all the luxury Round Capuchins, made it possible that "La Trocha" reached a high levels of professionalism and experience, which could be felt not only in daily activities but the annual discography, always surprising us with songs like "It was your love", "My Thoughts" or "pure Canela" among other compositions of excellent workmanship.
It’s an unexpected trip! As if we were in the time machine… From the first notes, we are in the heart of Chicago, back in the Untouchables’ time, in prohibition era. The Trio Nouveaux Siècles, bringing together Julien Chirol, Michel Feugère and Frédéric Couderc, takes us to the Aragon Ballroom. No excessive jazz orchestra, just three swinging brass instruments, from trombone to saxophone within trumpet, each instrument plays a melodic, harmonic or rhythmic role depending on the circumstances.
The law of the honeysuckle of Marie de France founds the French poetic tradition; it is inspired by a Breton lai, just like the Nightingale's Law, which De la Villemarque will collect in its Breton form, Ann Eostik, … eight centuries later. A testimony of the link between Breton tradition and medieval Breton lisa which Marie de France had echoed. Because the Breton lais are close to the gwerziou, these lyrical narrative songs that we still know today in Brittany.