Yerma

Although critics speculate that Yerma kills her husband in the end because he is a frugal, economically driven man who has no desire to have children, the play is indeterminate on this issue. She kills him at a hermitage, a religious place with the possibility of fertility. However he has already shown no desire to have children, so there is no ev...
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Yerma

(from the article `García Lorca, Federico`) ...a Bullfighter), and the tragedies Bodas de sangre (1933; Blood Wedding), Yerma (1934; Eng. trans. Yerma), and La casa de Bernarda Alba (1936; The ... ...personal yet universal. The tragic trilogy Bodas de sangre (1933; Blood Wedding), Yerma (1934; Eng. trans. Yerma), and La casa de B...
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Yerma

[Villa-Lobos] Yerma is an opera in three acts by Heitor Villa-Lobos based on the tragedy of the same name by Federico García Lorca. Written in 1955, it was first performed by the Santa Fe Opera in Santa Fe, New Mexico on August 12, 1971. ==Roles== ==Recordings== Santa Fé - 1971 -Lacambra, Stanton, Wakefield, Uppmann, Von Stade, conductor ...
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