Song of Songs for Flute and Vihuela

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The Song of Songs for Flute and Vihuela by Oswald de Andrade is a deeply evocative lyrical piece that presents us with the author’s emotional and aesthetic universe. Through a succession of poetic images and intimate reflections, De Andrade offers us an exploration of love in its multiple facets, from passionate desire to mystical contemplation.
The text begins with an offering, a prelude that sets the tone of intimacy and revelation that will characterize the entire text. The mention of “María Antonieta d’Alquemí” introduces a recurring motif, a muse that symbolizes the source of inspiration and the object of the poet’s love. This central figure serves as a catalyst for a series of meditations on the nature of love, art, and existence.
As we progress through the poem, we encounter a series of sections that alternate between personal introspection and imaginary dialogue. “Canción y calendario” and “Inmemorial” offer us a look into the poet’s personal reflections on time, memory, and identity, while “Alerta” and “Fabulario familiar” present a more combative and protective vision of love.
One of the most notable characteristics of the Song of Songs for Flute and Vihuela is its rich imagery and symbolism. De Andrade employs metaphors of nature and cultural references to construct an emotional landscape that is both universal and deeply personal. The interaction between natural elements and human feelings creates a poetic fabric that invites reflection and empathy.
The poem culminates in a series of sections that celebrate commitment and union, such as “Himeneo” and “Marcha,” where the poet imagines a bridal procession full of colorful and symbolic figures. This parade of characters and motifs serves as a final chorus that celebrates the triumph of love and creativity over the adversities of life.
Song of Songs for Flute and Vihuela distills the essence of human experience through the prism of love and poetry. Oswald de Andrade offers us a poem that is both a declaration of love towards his muse and a reflection on the changing nature of the human heart. With its rich imagery, emotional depth, and lyrical beauty, this poem stands as a powerful testament to art’s ability to capture and celebrate the complexity of life and love.

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