The first 1.5 minutes of this performance of La máquina de escribir (The Typewriter) in 2011 is all a humorously-pantomimed set up. And when the music starts, percussionist Alfredo Anaya brings even more delight. The orchestra, a humanitarian association of Spain-based musicians called Voces para la Paz (Voices for Peace), was led at the Auditorio Nacional de Música de Madrid by conductor Miguel Roa, who plays his part well, too.
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