Eugenio Granell was one of the most prominent surrealists painters of the twentieth century. But Granell's musical facet, who made a living until he was 40 as a violinist and journalist, remained unpublished. In the archives of the Granell Foundation there are more than 200 musical annotations: melodic lines with a strong Galician inspiration. aCentral Folque commissioned from the Cuban maestro Alejandro Vargas a new work created from these annotations. The reason for choosing a Caribbean jazz player and the timbre of the bagpipe and the hurdy-gurdy is Granell's work and ideology, who was very interested in the indigenism and popular music of his time. The result is a band formed by drums, bass, piano and voice, with collaboration of bagpipes, hurdy-gurdy and viola. A project that goes beyond the music, which uses Granell's creative freedom to open its musical annotations Varga's offshoots, rooted improvisations and colorful interpretations. The staging of these Granell's musical miniatures is reminiscient of surrealism but does not attempt to imitate. Artists dialogue with the past from the present and make us enjoy it with all your senses. The artists dialogue with the past from the present and make us enjoy it with all our senses.MEMBERS: Alejandro Vargas (direction, arrangements and piano), Jose Manuel Diaz (bass), LAR Legido (drums and sound objects), Mónica de Nut (voice typewriter), Germán Díaz (hurdy-gurdy and music box), Edelmiro Fernández (bagpipe) María José Pampano (viola and violin).