Saturday, March 10, 2007

Video Response to Duende

A most startling and beautiful thing has happened. A woman named Yvonne has posted a video response at YouTube to my Duende slideshow (the one with music). Her primary language is Spanish; however she has made the video in English for me. Oh, isn't art just the most powerful way to bring people together? Do watch the video; it is beautiful.

You can watch the movie at YouTube here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bqxc6y1vvUQ

3 comments:

Gannet Girl said...

Theresa, I can't for the life of me figure out how to email you.

Try me at oceanmrc@aol.com.

Anonymous said...

I've watched the videos, including this latest response to yours. Yes, it is intriguing, as she says. But I am more confused than ever about duende. In my Cassell's Spanish/English dictionary duende is defined as a noun for a goblin, pixie, gremlin, sprite, or leprechaun, and also for the act of being up to tricks, or turning up unexpectedly. Nothing about death or darkness in there. Nothing about gremlins or tricksters in the videos. I don't get it. Teagrapple

Erin said...

How marvelous for her to make you a video response in English!

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