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Year of release: 1995

Keplerian fantasy on five perfect solids.
Two moments in Kepler’s life: at the age of six his mother took him to observe the 1577 comet; at the age of nine his father took him to observe a moon eclipse. Those are the first contacts that little Kepler had with the celestial world, premonitory moments of what his life’s principal passion will be: astronomy. The pass of that comet and the moon eclipse, followed by the “moon astronomy dreams”, open and close respectively this keplerian fantasy. It pays homage to Johannes Kepler (Weil-der-Stadt, 1571; Ratisbona, 1630).
Libretto of texts from Kepler, Newton, Plato, Pythagoras, Jamblic, Stoboi, Copernic and Ptolemy.

Music & Libretto Eduardo Polonio. Dramaturgy & Scenic Direction Iago Pericot. White Voice Manel Cabero. Tenor Joan Cabero. Bass Josep Pieres. Actors Marianna Miracle, Climent Sensada, Francesc Pujol, Ton Gras, Xavier Calderer. Scenery & Lightening Toni Rueda. Customs Carles Casas. Executive Producer Arantxa Gonzalez. Comunication Montse Herrera.

Comissioned by Centro para la Difusión de la Música Contemporánea (CDMC) for the XI Festival Internacional de Música Contemporánea de Alicante. With the support of Instituto Nacional de las Artes Escénicas y la Música (INAEM). 

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