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Birth date: 
17/2
Death date: 
18/1
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1672? — 1676 Catedral de Lima
1676? — Catedral de Cuzco
1680 —1712 Catedral de La Plata (hoy Sucre)
Submission’s author: 
Villafranca de los Barros, Badajoz, 1646 —La Plata (hoy Sucre), Bolivia, before 30-IX-1712

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Birth date: 
18/2 (?)
Death date: 
18/4 (?)
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1761 — 1795 Catedral de La Plata (hoy Sucre)
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Son of Manuel de Mesa [Fernández de Mesa], chapelmaster of La Plata cathedral (today Sucre). 

Submission’s author: 
fl. Sucre, Bolivia, 1761-1795

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Birth date: 
18/2 (1726)
Death date: 
18/3
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1762 — 1773 Catedral de La Plata (hoy Sucre)
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Father of Manuel de Mesa y Carrizo, musician and composer of La Plata cathedral (today Sucre). 

Submission’s author: 
ca. 1726 — La Plata (hoy Sucre), 1773

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Birth date: 
16/1 (1500)
Death date: 
16/3 (1553)
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The list of Cristóbal de Morales's sources and works in the present platform is still in progress. For the most comprehensive list of Morales's works (with concordances) and a detailed discussion of conflicting attributions, misattributions, and possible new works, see Martin Ham, "Morales: The Canon" (2007) and "Worklist" (2007). 

Sevilla, ca. 1500 — Málaga? / Marchena, Sevilla?, 1553

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Birth date: 
17/2 (?)
Death date: 
18/1 (1709)
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According to Stevenson (1968), pp. 306-312: "...Fray Gregorio de Zuola [was] a Franciscan who, after serving some dozen years at Cochabamba in what is now Bolivia (1666-1678), was transferred to the doctrina (Indian mission) of Urquillos near Cuzco and thence, in the 1690's, to the Cuzco motherhouse, where he died on November 28, 1709. He left his 500-page commonplace book to his cousin-in-law, Matías Ramos Delgado of Cuzco, who rose from being a captain to a general (d. 1725). For that matter, all Zuola's Cuzco relations were gentry (in his commonplace book he noted the deaths of two ladies of quality at Cuzco, one of whom was his niece, the other his cousin)". The "Codex Zuola" (RA-BAmrr "Codex Zuola) contains eighteen pieces (17 in Spanish and 1 in Latin); according to Stevenson, at least the latter one, a Credo Romano, could have been composed by him.

Submission’s author: 
fl. Cochabamba, Bolivia, after 1666 — d. Cuzco, Perú, 28-XI-1709

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Range of pages: 
147-179
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Type of publication: 
2006

How to cite

, "Bolivia", Books of Hispanic Polyphony, ed. E. Ros-Fábregas (accession date: 27 Oct 2021), https://hispanicpolyphony.eu/taxonomy/term/3451