Press Release from Rosetta: The collaboration, the complicity, and the close relationship I had with my father, allowed me to enjoy the musical creation from all angles and genres: chamber music at the March foundation, where I saw and heard random music and electroacoustic music for the first time, the symphonic premieres at the Teatro Real, at the Arriaga, in Bilbao, in San Sebastian, theatrical music with his night rehearsals and Sunday assists to the María Guerrero theatre for years (we had a box just for us) La Feria del come y calla, El Cocherito Leré, El Pájaro azúl, Platero y yo, the long recordings of film music at EXA studios, a lot of films, days and nights of compass, last minute photocopies, of blocks, of nocturnal mixes that I attended without sleeping, the collection of his Goya Award for the best original music, that he did not attend because there was a match of the Athletic and that was above all else, the movie scripts he sent me to read and then tell him what they were about, the Weeks of Religious Music of Cuenca, Sundays at the Retiro, the concerts of the municipal band, music for television, , Plinio, Verano Azul…the composition for the TV program La Clave, with J. L. Balbín sitting to the right of my father on the piano, our house always filled with curious persons, musicians, actors, directors, instrumentalists, painters, sculptors, writers that my father introduced me in the bars of Madrid and to whom I later studied in Literature in the institute … anyway an enviable base formation that I did not appreciate at the time, because they were friends from home. Nothing more and nothing less. Our home, in Calle Ruiz in the district of Malasaña, in Madrid, It was a nest of fun, creation and satisfaction assured for all who passed by house, during the day and on creative nights. In addition, all this was decorated by the magnificent meals and dinners my mother made. Antonio Giménez-Rico, Pedro Olea, Roberto Bodegas, Frade, Dibildos, José Sacristán, Ana Belén, Concha Velasco, José Hierro, Balbín, Halffter, Marco, many and great painters, maybe his dearest Friends, journalists… everything that I lived, and learned from what they did, from the political talks, that I never missed, and in those that I learned more than I was able to understand, they made me conform a character and a passion for life that I hope will last what lasted my father. A lifetime. When I decided to dedicate myself to teaching, my father warned me: let them sing and have fun. Do not bore them, but show them the happiness that music can provide transmit, your passion… but how difficult it is to fulfill it with current programs, it’s so hard… He was right. I am in Fuenlabrada for almost 20 years at the Victoria Kent high school, for me the best one in the world, trying to transmit the passion like my father said with the most beautiful subject in the world. Music.