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Catedral de Plasencia (Cáceres). Archivo

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Birth date: 
18/3 (?)
Death date: 
19/1 (?)
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fl. 1784

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Birth date: 
18/1 (?)
Death date: 
18/4 (?)
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Periods of service: 
1737—1778 Catedral de Plasencia
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López-Calo, "Plasencia (I)", p. 851, said that, after Juan Santiago Palomino left the position of chapelmater at Plasencia cathedral in 1737, obtained the position: "...Antonio Hernández, que era organista de la catedral y gran compositor, con condición de que desempeñase simultáneamente los dos cargos y nombrando, como contrapartida, organista segundo a su hijo Francisco Hernández. En agosto de 1748 fue despedido del cargo, pues estaba preso 'por hallarse demandado por el deslinde de unas heredades', aunque apeló ante el obispo, quien comunicó al Cabildo para que le repusiese en el puesto, lo que efectivamente hizo, siguiendo de maestro hasta su muerte.... En 1761 pidió Hernández al Cabildo una especie de jubilación por su mucha edad y achaques; el Cabildo acordó que siguiese haciendo lo que buenamente pudiese. Siguió componiendo los habituales villancicos para la Navidad y el Corpus hasta 1777; finalmente, en los últimos días de ese año on en los primeros de 1778 el Cabildo acordó jubilarlo."

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fl. Plasencia, Cáceres, ca. 1737-1778

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18/3 (?)
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19/1 (?)
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hasta 1772 (X) Catedral de Plasencia, Cáceres, segundo organista
1772—1805 Catedral de Granada, organista
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The manuscript E-C 143 contains an Officium and Missa defunctorum by one Antonio Hidalgo copied in 1760.

The contemporary organ builder and organist named Juan Antonio de Bartolomé Hidalgo (Bañares, La Rioja, ? — Granada, 10-V-1805) was active in Plasencia (Cáceres) and Granada in the 1770s. At the archive of Granada cathedral, a Miserere for 12 voices with instrumental accompaniment copied in 1777 is ascribed to "Hidalgo"; Juan Ruiz Jiménez suggests that this piece could be by this organist.

Perhaps Antonio Hidalgo, the composer present in E-C 143, is the same person as the organ builder and organist Juan Antonio de Bartolomé Hidalgo. 

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Bañares, La Rioja, ? — Granada, 1805 (10-V)

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Birth date: 
16/4 (?)
Death date: 
17/2 (1629)
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ca. 1622- Medina del Campo, maestro de capilla
1622 Catedral de Plasencia, opositor
before 1627 — 1627-5-XI Berlanga de Duero, maestro de capilla
1627-5-XI — 1629-VII Catedral de Valladolid, maestro de capilla
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The ascriptions "Leon" in E-V 10 (10r) and "Jº de Leon" in E-V 04 (36v), respectively, probably refer to Jerónimo León, chapelmaster at Valladolid cathedral between 1627 and 1629, but there is no list of works for this composer in the Diccionario (1999-2002). Juan de León (II), a contemporary chapelmaster at Segovia cathedral has sacred and secular production, but these two works ascribed to "León" in Valladolid have not been included in his list of works.

? — Valladolid, VII-1629

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Birth date: 
16/1 (1500)
Death date: 
16/3 (1553)
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Sevilla, ca. 1500 — Málaga? / Marchena, Sevilla?, 1553

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Birth date: 
16/2 (?)
Death date: 
16/4 (?)
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1553-1556 Catedral de Zamora, maestro de capilla
1556-1559 Catedral de Burgos, maestro de capilla
1559-1560 Catedral de Zamora, maestro de capilla
1560-1561 Catedral de Plasencia, maestro de capilla
1564 Catedral de Jaén (?), maestro de capilla
1574 Catedral de Murcia (?), maestro de capilla
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As pointed out by José López-Calo and Cristina Diego Pacheco, documents related to the brothers Alonso, Pedro and Rodrigo Ordóñez often do not mention the first name, and thus it is difficult sometimes to ascertain their identity. In E-V 05 there are four polyphonic works attributed to Alonso Ordóñez and one to "Rº Ordóñez"; although the initial in the latter ascription has been interpreted as "Racionero" (to refer to Alonso Ordóñez), it is most likely that it refers to Rodrigo Ordóñez. There are no known works attributed to Pedro Ordóñez.

López-Calo mentions many possible locations that can or could be related to Rodrigo Ordóñez. 

 

Zamora, ? — ?, fl. 16/3-4

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Birth date: 
17/3 (?)
Death date: 
18/1 (1706)
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hasta 1684 (2-XII) Catedral de Plasencia, Cáceres
1684 — 1706 Catedral de Córdoba, maestro de capilla
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? — Córdoba, 1706
Montehermoso, Cáceres, 28-XI-1682 — Coria, Cáceres, after 1737

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Birth date: 
18/2 (?)
Death date: 
18/4 (1788)
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Periods of service: 
Real Colegio de Niños Cantores
antes de 1778 Catedral de Cuenca, cantor
1778-1780 Catedral de Plasencia, maestro de capilla
1780-1788 Real Colegio de S. M., maestro
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López.Calo (199-2002), 196, annotated: "De sus composiciones sólo se conoce el motete a Santa María Salomé Haec Dei cultrix, que se conserva en un cantoral de Plasencia". See E-P 4 

Submission’s author: 
Alcalá de Henares, Madrid, ? — Madrid, 26-II-1788

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82
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71-85
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2010

How to cite

, "Catedral de Plasencia (Cáceres). Archivo", Books of Hispanic Polyphony, ed. E. Ros-Fábregas (accession date: 24 Mar 2019), https://hispanicpolyphony.eu/taxonomy/term/4386