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Document ID (Date) Title of document
16/3 (1560-05-29) Libros en la Sacristía de la Catedral de Burgos
16/3 (1557) Biblioteca de la tienda-librería y prensa de Juan de Junta (Burgos)

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Birth date: 
16/2 (?)
Death date: 
16/4
Nationality: 
Periods of service: 
1565—1572 Catedral de Oviedo
ca.1572—before 1600 Catedral de Burgos
Submission’s author: 
16/2 (?) — Burgos?, before 1600

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Birth date: 
19/2 (1844)
Death date: 
20/1 (1922)
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Submission’s author: 
Valladolid, 26-IV-1844 — Valladolid, 2-VII-1922

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Birth date: 
18/2 (?)
Death date: 
19/1
Nationality: 
Periods of service: 
1773 (19-II)-1779 Colegiata de Soria
1779 (22-I)-1791 Catedral de Santo Domingo de la Calzada
1791-1817 Maestro de capilla en Bilbao
Submission’s author: 
Burgos ? / Torrelavega, Santander ? — Bilbao, after 1817

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Birth date: 
17/4 (1699)
Death date: 
18/3 (1767)
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Periods of service: 
9-VII-1717—1733: Catedral de Salamanca (Organista)
1-X-1733—1767: Catedral de Málaga
Submission’s author: 
Sangüesa, Navarra, bautizado, 24-III-1699 — Málaga, 2-IX-1767

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Birth date: 
19/2 (?)
Death date: 
19/4 (?)
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Periods of service: 
1879 Catedral de Burgos
fl. Burgos, 1879

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Birth date: 
16/4 (?)
Death date: 
17/3 (1659)
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The Letatus sum for four voices ascribed to Jalón in E-OLI s.s. (pp. 7-14) is not listed by Ezquerro Esteban among the works by Luis Bernardo Jalón, a composer that has been cited with different first names (Luis Jerónimo, Luis Bautista). Ezquerro suggests that perhaps there were two composers with the same last name Jalón (Luis and Bernardo or Luis Bernardo and Luis Jerónimo) and that he could be confused also with the organist Pedro Jalón y Tejada who died in 1655.

Submission’s author: 
? — Sevilla, 6-IV-1659

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Journal: 
Journal volume and issue: 
23/3
Range of pages: 
393-408
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Type of publication: 
1995

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Journal volume and issue: 
15, 16 y 17
Range of pages: 
37-62, 33-46 y 17-54
Type of publication: 
2001-2002

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Journal volume and issue: 
XV/2-3
Range of pages: 
625-720
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Type of publication: 
Abstract: 

Este artículo incluye la edición musical de cinco motetes: Qui vestrum (5vv) de Francisco Guerrero (pp. 641-672); Absolve, Domine (4vv) e In manus tuas de Alonso de Tejeda (pp. 673-682 y 683-689); Date ei (4vv) y Manum suam (4vv) de Juan Francés de Iribarren (pp. 690-701 y 702-720).

1992

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Range of pages: 
504-548
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One of the most striking characteristics of the music from the Spanish kingdoms at the time of Ferdinand and Isabel in comparison with other musical traditions of the same period is the relative scarcity of sources of instrumental and polyphonic music. This lack can partly be explained by the loss of many manuscript sources and the late introduction of music printing in Spain; El Maestro by Luis Milán, printed in 1536, is the earliest Spanish collection of solo instrumental music and accompanied songs, as well as the first printed Spanish tablature. However, there is a third reason: the importance of oral tradition in the transmission and performance of music in Spanish culture during the Renaissance, in both sacred and secular contexts. This essay will survey the different traditions of unwritten music in Spain at the time of the Catholic Monarchs: in the liturgical context, particular emphasis will be placed on the transmission and performing practices of extempore counterpoint and unwritten fabordones; and in the secular context, several aspects related to the oral repertory of vernacular songs, both polyphonic and accompanied, as well as instrumental music will be considered.

Language of the publication: 
2016

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Type of document: 
Document's source: 
Archivo Histórico Provincial de Burgos, Protocolo de Pedro de Espinosa, no. 5542, año 1557, fols. 100-134
Number of book-related items in this document: 
172
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Non-musician owner of books or mentioned in document (OLD): 
Type of owner of books or of people mentioned in Document (OLD): 
Biblioteca de la tienda-librería y prensa de Juan de Junta (Burgos)

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Type of document: 
Document's source: 
Archivo de la Catedral de Burgos, libro 40, fols. 131-135
Number of book-related items in this document: 
75
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Institution owner of books or mentioned in document: 
Type of owner of books or of people mentioned in Document (OLD): 
Libros en la Sacristía de la Catedral de Burgos

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, "Burgos", Books of Hispanic Polyphony, ed. E. Ros-Fábregas (accession date: 25 Mar 2019), https://hispanicpolyphony.eu/taxonomy/term/1585