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15:10

Opinion

Bossed in translation

Peter Edgerton

By contrast, translating literature, poetry or song lyrics is quite difficult to do but extraordinarily stimulating and satisfying if you manage to do it well. Last week an old friend and well known Spanish pop star called to see if I could translate ... a song of his into English for a new project. He also wanted some backing vocals done and, of course, I was delighted to offer any help I could. This is where the fun began. Luckily, the song is a good one (there's nothing worse than spending hours ... de pocos amigos". You'll be pleased to hear that neither of these gems is in the song because that would mean it was really rubbish but they do serve as examples of the point I wanted to make: artistic translation is really quite difficult. So, we've

18:53

Opinion

Set in stone

Peter Edgerton

...away. Whatever song you thought you’d have them singing along to from the off, gets relegated to the middle order and you open with an inconspicuous number to ease yourself - and them - in gently. Actually, you’re saving your best songs for late

15:09

Opinion

What to do?

Mark Nayler

...favourite lines from the UK comedy The Thick of It comes when Malcolm Tucker, the character based on Alastair Campbell, declares that his 'to-do list' is "longer than a f***ing Leonard Cohen song". Come September, Sánchez's will be just as lengthy.

12:59

Opinion

Practically impossible

Peter Edgerton

...must just be a left brain/right brain thing. If someone gave me a box of tools and told me to put it to good use, I'd probably write a children's song about the contents. So impractical am I, that I honestly thought for years that when using a tablet

13:22

LifeStyle

24 May 1956: Eurovision is born in Switzerland

RACHEL HAYNES

On 24 May 1956 seven countries got together to launch an event that would end up being an annual spectacle with an audience of millions. The first Eurovision Song Contest, known then as the Eurovision Grand Prix, took place in Lugano, Switzerland, ... in the Teatro Kursaal: Netherlands, Switzerland, Belgium, Germany, France, Luxembourg and Italy. The winner was the song Refrain, performed for hosts Switzerland by Lys Assia. The next year Austria, Denmark and the UK joined the competition, ... Saturday's Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv, Israel, Spain was represented by Miki Núñez, with the song La Venda. It wasn't expected to do tremendously well, but the final result, 22nd, was disappointing. The first winner, Lys Assia, attempted

12:46

LifeStyle

European medical students give benefit concert for Cudeca

LIZ PARRY

...that came Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco's charming 'Romancero Gitano' for choir and guitar with soloist Soledad Martínez Fernández on the guitar, and 'Gloria' by Karl Jenkins with movement IV, 'The song: I'll make music' exquisitely sung solo by the choir's

14:46

Gibraltar

Gibraltar Calling 2019 announces Enrique Iglesias as headliner

SUR IN ENGLISH

...ten world tours. With 105 number-one hits under his belt across all Billboard charts, Iglesias enjoyed a worldwide audience on his latest Sex and Love tour. Hit-song 'Bailando' dominated Billboard's Hot Latin Songs chart as number-one for 41

15:52

Local

Torremolinos, home of Pride

Tony Bryant

Around 40,000 people packed into the Plaza de la Nogalera in Torremolinos over the weekend for the town's Pride festival that has become the third most important LGBT event in Spain after Madrid and Barcelona. Eurovision Song Contest winner, Dana ... highlight of the festival was a performance on Saturday night by transsexual singer, Dana International. Dana won the Eurovision with the song Diva, in Birmingham in 1998. She has enjoyed international fame following her victory in the competition and she

15:00

Opinion

The weakest link

Peter Edgerton

I saved a while back in order to be able listen to Paul McCartney's new song. It's not a new song anymore, of course - weeks and weeks old by now, in fact. Have I listened to it yet? Nope, I can't even find it. So, let's see - the latest tune from

14:00

What to do

A 'good death' in Picasso's birthplace

ANTONIO JAVIER LÓPEZ

Pierre Reverdy was 37 years-old when he retired to the Abbey of Solesmes. From there, in the midst of the Second World War, he wrote 'Le chant des morts' (The Song of the Dead), a cryptic and agonising book, the dark epitaph of a civilisation that