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Two odes to Santiago Ramón y Cajal

Lazaros C. Triarhou Thessalonica, Greece   (Left) Reproduction of the original Spanish version of the poem in the memory of Ramón y Cajal by “Rafael de Córdoba” (aka Marcos Rafael Blanco Belmonte) from the periodical Blanco y Negro, published in 1934. (Right) A handwritten ode to Ramón y Cajal by Manuel Laza Zerón, dated February […]

Tango impressions with medical overtones

Lazaros Triarhou Macedonia, Thessalonica, Greece   Musical scores of tangos on medical themes, from the private collection of the author,  the Argentine Tango Society (todotango.com), and additional references mentioned in the text. Tango and the milonga are more than music or dance genres. They reflect a social phenomenon,1 traditionally embracing emotions, everyday life, culture, poetry, satire, […]