Resumen del Libro
This work for classic guitar solo tells the story of a street in Latin America, where the night singers called Lagarteros lived. Lagartero comes from the Spanish lagarto , which means crocodile, The minstrels were called this because they would open their mouths wide like a crocodile. Particularly on Friday nights, the Lagarteros would gather with young men to woo the women in the courtyard by singing romantic songs, or just have a good time as a guest a celebration, because Friday was the special night, the Night of Love, the night filled with surprises. One day the most important Lagartero died. The whole nation gathered to say goodbye to him for the last time. The crowd wept and embraced, and in doing so reminded each other of all of the Boleros, the Pasillos, and the waltzes of the man whose voice symbolized the spirit of Music. The sorrow of these goodbyes enveloped not only the town, but also spread throughout the whole world and was felt everywhere, and is embodied in music through the influence of J. S. Bach.