Enric Granados: Poet of the piano was written by musicologist Walter Clark. It was originally published by Oxford University Press in English. In 2016, to celebrate Granados centenary Patricia Caicedo translated to Spanish. The book was published by Editorial Boileau in Barcelona. To buy it go to https://www.boileau-music.com/es/obras/enrique-granados-poeta-del-piano-b-3831
Mundo Arts Publications, Barcelona, New York, June 2014.
On the occasion of the celebration of the tenth anniversary of the Barcelona Festival of Song, Patricia wrote this book which examines the genre of Latin American and Iberian art song, putting special attention to its dissemination and in the importance of Internet as a tool for its preservation and international promotion. She reflects on the process of construction that have taken place within the Barcelona Festival of Song, a space that has served to legitimize the Repertoire, its performers and composers.
Estrela e lúa nova
Art Songs of Latin-America & Spain (2011) Recorded live at the opening concert of the 7th Barcelona Festival of Song®, celebrated on June 30th, 2011, at the Sala Oriol Martorell of Barcelona´s Auditori, this CD is an invitation to discover and appreciate the music and poetry of some of the most important Latin-American and Spanish composers and writers of the last century.
Singing in Spanish, Portuguese, Catalan, Quechua and Nahuatl, Patricia Caicedo invites us to a universe full of color, sensuality, tenderness and poetry: the world of the Latin-American and Spanish Art Song. The CD is available on itunes and CDBaby.