The singer-songwriter Joan Manuel Serrat He interrupted his last concert in Barcelona this Friday for a couple of minutes to recriminate the attitude of a spectator who told him to sing in Catalan taking advantage of a pause between song and song. "Sing in Catalan, we're in Barcelona," he snapped at the audience. The singer-songwriter, visibly upset and forcefully, repeatedly asked the public not to applaud his words. "There is always someone who comes clueless," he said at the beginning of his speech.
Serrat He remembered that "Mediterranean is a record composed in 1971 with 10 songs, all in Spanish ", and that their show sings them one by one," in order ", he continued.
"I know perfectly well that I am in Barcelona, I surely know it before you," he said forcefully. "And before you, I am working to do things in this city, so I ask you to let me do my show." Serrat concluded saying that it was the first time "after turning around the world" that they did this kind of recrimination.
After a long applause, he continued to sing, as can be seen in a video that Josep Maria Carafí has uploaded to Youtube.