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15/3 (?)
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16/1
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According to Tess Knighton: "La identificación del compositor Alonso de Alba, a quien se atribuyen varias obras religiosas y al menos una canción, se complica por la existencia de dos candidatos posibles: un capellán real y un MC sevillano." (DMEH, 1999-2002: vol. 1, 170-171).

15/3 (?) — 14-VIII-1522

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15/3 (?)
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16/1 (?)
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1505-1506 Catedral de Barcelona
1508 Capilla de Fernando el Católico
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fl. 1505—1508

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15/3 (?)
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16/1 (?)
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1478 (15-IV)—1482 Capilla de Fernando el Católico
1495—1504 Capilla de Isabel la Católica
1504—1506 Capilla de Fernando el Católico
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fl. 1478 — 1506

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Birth date: 
15/4 (1488)
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16/1 (1516)
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Guadalajara, ca. 1488 - d. 1516

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Birth date: 
15/3 (1460)
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16/1 (1516)
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España, ca. 1460 - d. after 1516

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15/3 (?)
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16/1 (?)
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According to Tess Knighton, the two songs in Cancionero de Palacio could belong to: Alonso Martínez de Córdoba or Alonso Ruyz de Córdoba, both singers in the Royal Chapel of Aragon.

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Spain, XV - XVI

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Birth date: 
15/1
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15/4
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1453-1475 Capilla Real Nápoles
1475 Capilla de Fernando el Católico
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Calahorra, La Rioja?, ca. 1400 — after 1475

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Birth date: 
15/2 (?)
Death date: 
15/4 (?)
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1480-1492 Capilla de fernando el Católico
Submission’s author: 
fl. 1480-1492

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15/3 (?)
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16/1 (?)
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1499 (I-1) — 1504 Capilla de Isabel la Católica
1504 — 1511 (?) Capilla de Fernando el Católico
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He joined the music chapel of Isabel I of Castile on 1 January 1499 and, after the death of the Queen in 1504, he continued at the service of Fernando V of Aragon at least until 1511 together with his brother Alonso. Three works attributed to "Tordesillas" in E-TZ 02/03 could be attributed to him or his brother; see Alonso Hernández de Tordesillas. Moreover, works ascribed to "Pedro Hernández" in E-TZ 02/03 and E-Mp 1335 could be by Pedro Hernández de Tordesillas or by other musicians with similar names: Pedro Fernández de Castilleja, Pedro Fernández de Yepes (fl. 1477-1519) and Pedro Hernández († 1505). In March of 1520 Alfonso wrote to Charles V on behalf of his brother Pedro asking for a chaplancy in Soria, arguing that he had no income.

Submission’s author: 
fl. 1499 — 1520

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Vol. of music collection: 
5, 10
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These two volumes in Monumentos de la Música Española 5, 10 contain the music edition of E-Mp II-1335; online access available at: MME vol. 5 and MME vol. 10
José Romeu's codicological estudy of the manuscript and the critical edition of the texts are in Monumentos de la Música Española vols. 14-1 and 14-2; they are available online at: MME vol. 14-1 and MME vol. 14-2.

1947, 1951

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1960

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Vol. of music collection: 
14-1, 14-2
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Codicological study of E-Mp 1335 and critical edition of the texts in two volumes; they are available online at: MME vol. 14-1 and MME vol. 14-2. They are the companion volumes 3-A and 3-B (Monumentos de la Música Española 14-1 and 14-2) to Anglès's music edition of La música en la Corte de los Reyes Católicos II-III. Polifonía profana: Cancionero Musical de Palacio, vols. 1 and 2 (Monumentos de la Música Española vols. 5 and 10); the latter ones are available at: MME vol. 5 and MME vol. 10.

1965

How to cite

Emilio Ros-Fábregas, "Capilla de Fernando el Católico", Books of Hispanic Polyphony, ed. E. Ros-Fábregas (accession date: 05 Dec 2020), https://hispanicpolyphony.eu/taxonomy/term/4667