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Examples of "síntesis"
In May 1994 he performed with Síntesis in the Memorial of Latin America of Sao Paulo and in Buenos Aires. Later that year he definitively left Síntesis to form a new band “Krhizya”, with rock tendency.
In 2014, was awarded with the ALUX to the Eminence by Editorial Síntesis.
(with Eduardo Neale-Silva), "El español en síntesis". New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston,
-Síntesis de mi Espacio y Tiempo, Biaggi & Faure Fine Art, San Juan, Puerto Rico
2013: Ciudad Universitaria de Caracas: síntesis de las artes mayores seis décadas 1953-2013, Fundación BBVA Provincial
in 1985 he joined to “Síntesis” (Synthesis), a jazz-fusion and folkloric projection group, performing in many places of Asunción.
In December 1994, new management at XHAS fired the Síntesis team and built their own news department; after five months on local radio, Síntesis moved to XHJK and Televisión Azteca, where it remained for eight years. A weekday 6pm newscast launched in 2002.
In 1985, XHAS began to air a local newscast titled "Síntesis". It subcontracted a company, Logovisión, to produce the program, which got viewers' attention for its independence — and Televisa's attention for allegedly disrespecting Mexican institutions. "Síntesis" was regarded as more unbiased in its coverage than Televisa's newscasts; it beat XEWT's news in local surveys and reported news of voting irregularities in the 1989 Baja California gubernatorial elections. Televisa retaliated by pulling programs from the XHAS local block, the only time when it could sell its own advertising. The station began taking programs from Imevisión to fill the local window instead. In September 1990, given the uneasy state of relations between station and network, XHAS switched its affiliation to the U.S.-based Spanish language network Telemundo; the Síntesis newscast moved from 10pm to 11pm as a result of the changes.
"La saeta, pues, costituye la síntesis antropológica del andaluz (hondura, plástica, señorío, dolor metafísico) coronada en santidad. La saeta exige un máximo de veracidad pasional, por lo mismo que a nadie le es dado encaramarse en la audacia de sus ayes sin la potencia y la certeza que brinda la posesión heroica del dolor."
He began writing for the newspaper "El Siglo", which was owned by his father. He later founded a weekly business magazine called "Síntesis Económica" (Economic Synthesis) and created and produced a television news show called "Noticiero 24 Horas" ("24 Hours News").
In 1991 joined back to Síntesis, this time with new people. Parallelly, he also joined the jazz-fusion and folkloric projection band of the saxophonist William “Palito” Miranda, performing in the international festivals of Posadas, Argentina; Viña del Mar, Chile and Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Together with the well-known Catalan poet, Francesc Parcerisas, she has also published the poetry book "Coses Petites : poemes a quatre mans" ("Little Things: Poems by Two Hands", Miquel Plana, Olot, 2002), with illustrations by the publisher, Miquel Plana, and the book of essays, "El placer de la lectura" ("The Pleasure of Reading", Editorial Síntesis, Madrid, 2004, in Spanish).
This new artist is immersed in the music since childhood. She was for a time the chorister of Síntesis, X Alfonso, Kumar, and Carlos Varela, and released this year her first solo album, produced by Descemer Bueno and flavoured with R&B, soul, funk, and pop. She is not only a singer but also the composer of her songs.
From the privatization of Imevisión in 1993, the new Televisión Azteca immediately began seeking alliances with content partners to provide local and regional news and programming for air on its networks. In 1995, TV Azteca took on Síntesis, a successful local newscast in Tijuana, as a partner after Síntesis had been forced off of its previous broadcast home. In the state of Veracruz, it set up Veravisión, and it also established local news and programming operations in other cities including Mérida and San Luis Potosí. While many of these produced few programs outside of local news and were later subsumed into TV Azteca itself, Azteca Noreste, the division in Monterrey, remained a high-volume program producer, airing local "Info 7" newscasts seven days a week in the morning and early afternoon as well as locally produced entertainment and sports shows.
He is author of a dozen books, editor of seventeen, and has frequently published articles to international peer reviewed journals. His publications include Diversity Management in Spain (Manchester University Press, 2013), Immigration and self-government in Minority Nations (Peter Lang, 2009), Multiculturalidad e Inmigración (Síntesis, 2004) He is a regular contributor to media and policy debates, and has served on a number of commissions and government committees.
Mike Porcel is an exiled Cuban born-American musician, guitarist, composer, orchestrator and song writer better associated with the Cuban musical movement of the 60s & 70s Nueva trova. He has been called one of the most influential and creative contemporary Cuban musician of his generation. His compositions carry a heavy dose of poetry mixed with complex guitar melodies influenced by a tremendous array of musical styles, from classical music to rock, jazz, ethnic rhythms and new age. He was also the co-founder and musical director of the Cuban progressive-rock band “Síntesis”.
Colombian folklorist Delia Zapata Olivella in her publication of 1962, "La Cumbia: Síntesis Musical de la Nación Colombiana, Reseña Histórica y Coreográfica" (Cumbia: Musical Synthesis of the Colombian Nation, Historical and Choreographic Review) notes that the only word similar to cumbia present in the dictionary of the Real Academia de la Lengua Española, is "cumbé" "a dance of black and musical interpretation of this dance." And that "cumbes" (without acute accent) is used for black people living in Bata, in Spanish continental Guinea (now Equatorial Guinea).
X Alfonso has been playing music since he was seven years old, “ When I was around 16 or 17, I started playing jazz and fusion music, working with troubadours and putting together my own arrangements and recordings.” X Alfonso started his career with a group called Estado de Animo while he was still at the music school. From early 1990s, when he graduated, he joined the Cuban group Síntesis led by his parents Carlos Alfonso and Ele Valdès, as singer and composer or co-composer.
In his newest works are very important transcendental pragmatics and Discourse Ethics of Karl-Otto Apel. They both offer a new aprioristic foundation, but different of the intuitionist. Maliandi introduces, as a programatic propose, an approaching between Harmtann's and Apel's ethics, in the sense of the conflictive structure of "ethos" (enfasized by Hartmann) and a pragmatic-trascendental reflexive foundation (held by Apel) (see, "Transformación y síntesis"). The aproristic axis that, despite of multiple differences of these approaches, linked these two philosophers, allows Maliandi to make a defense of universalism against the unilateral stressing of difference, as appeared in actual irrational trends (see "Dejar la posmodernidad. La ética frente al irracionalismo actual"). This effort is complemented with the development of a theory of reason and stresses its "bidimensionality" (foundation and critique) and its "dialogicity" (the fact that reason only works as dialogical communication as it is exposed in "Volver a la razón").
De Torre headed the department of literature at the University of Buenos Aires, and held professorships at numerous universities throughout the Americas, while continuing his work in literary and artistic criticism. He was a co-founder and literary adviser of the publishing house Losada, where he oversaw the compilation of the "Complete Works" of Lorca, and devoted space in his anthologies to Alberti, Bergamín, Cernuda, Faulkner, Kafka, Camus, Moravia, Malraux, and others. He collaborated on many Spanish and Latin American periodicals concerned with criticism, including Buenos Aires's "La Nación" and "Síntesis", of which he was the secretary. Above all, he devoted himself to the study of comparative literature. Like his celebrated brother in law Borges, he grew blind with age. He died in Buenos Aires on January 14, 1971.