Aguaespejo granadino

First part of the film “Tríptico Elemental de España” (1955), made by the Granada filmmaker, photographer and inventor José Val del Omar and composed by “Aguaespejo granadino”, “Fuego en Castilla” and “Acariño galaico”. It features diaphonic sound, patented by Val del Omar in 1944 and used for the first time in this film. According to its author, the film is a “short audio-visual essay of lyrical plasticity”.