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Address: 
Puebla PUE
Mexico
Map position: 
POINT (-98.1984744 19.0437227)

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Birth date: 
16/3 (1558)
Death date: 
17/1 (1605)
Nationality: 
Granada, 1558 — Puebla, México, 1605

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Birth date: 
16/2 ?
Death date: 
16/3 ?
Nationality: 
Periods of service: 
1561 — 1569 Catedral de Guatemala
1569 — 1571 Catedral de Puebla
1573 — 1579 Catedral de Oaxaca
References: 

This composer is not included in the Diccionario de la Música Española e Hispanoamericana. Neither in the The New Grove Dictionary nor in the Die Music in Geschichte und Gegenwart.

fl. 1558 — 1571

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Birth date: 
16/3
Death date: 
17/2 (1625)
Nationality: 
Periods of service: 
1589 Catedral de Morelia
1593 — 1598 Catedral de Puebla
1598 — 1625 Catedral de Morelia
Submission’s author: 
Segovia, ? — Valladolid de Michoacán, 1625

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Birth date: 
16/4
Death date: 
17/2 (1648)
Nationality: 
Periods of service: 
1623—1648 Catedral de México
Submission’s author: 
Before 1584 — México D.F., 31-III-1648

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Birth date: 
16/3
Death date: 
17/2 (1629)
Nationality: 
Periods of service: 
1595?/12-VII-1596—3-IV-1597, 18-I-1598—30-IX-1598: Guatemala Cathedral, master of chant of the mozos de coro
4-I-1598—1603: Colegio Seminario of Nuestra Señora de la Asunción of Guatemala, colegial and vicerrector
1601: Guatemala Cathedral, singer
1602—1603: Guatemala Cathedral, bassoonist
1603—?: Colegio Seminario of Nuestra Señora de la Asunción of Guatemala, rector
8-V-1603—5-VII-1606: Guatemala Cathedral, chapelmaster
1605: Guatemala Cathedral, chaplain
19-IX-1606—ca. 18-IX-1629: Puebla Cathedral, chapelmaster
Biography: 

Since the publications of Robert Stevenson (in particular his seminal book Renaissance and Baroque Musical Sources in the Americas, 1970), most scholars agreed in that the Gaspar Fernandes listed as a singer in the cathedral of Évora, Portugal, in the 1590s was the same person as the Gaspar Fernández who was hired as chapelmaster first in Guatemala Cathedral and later in Puebla Cathedral. However, documentation located by Omar Morales (2013) indicates that the singer Gaspar Fernandes “de Évora” cannot be identified with the Gaspar Fernández documented in Guatemala and Puebla, whose period of service in the Guatemalan cathedral, since at least 1596, coincides with the presence of the singer Gaspar Fernandes “de Évora” in that Portuguese cathedral in 1599. They are clearly two different musicians.

Submission’s author: 
Province of Guatemala?, 1563/1571 — Puebla, México, ca. 18-IX-1629
Málaga, ca. 1590 — Puebla, México, between 18-III and 22-IV-1664

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Birth date: 
17/1 (1614)
Death date: 
17/3 (1674)
Periods of service: 
1636 — 1639 Catedral de México
1641 — 1654 Catedral de Puebla
1654 — 1674 Catedral de México
Submission’s author: 
México D.F., 7-IV-1614 — México D.F., 18-I-1674

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Birth date: 
17/1
Death date: 
17/3
Nationality: 
Periods of service: 
1623 — 1628 Sagrario de la Catedral de Sevilla
1628 — 1634 Real Monasterio de la Encarnación de Madrid
1634 — 1675 Capilla Real de Madrid
Submission’s author: 
Santa María del Campo, Cuenca, 1600 — Madrid, 15-IX-1675

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Birth date: 
17/1 (?)
Death date: 
17/3 (?)
Biography: 

Gabriel Ruiz de Morga may have taken the manuscript known as "Cancionero de Gaspar Fernández", MEX-Oc s.s. (1), from Puebla to Oaxaca; an inscription on fol. 73r of the manuscript reads: "Este libro es de Gabriel Ruiz de Morga quien se lo allare le dara su allasgo y a dios que nos beamos" [This book belongs to Gabriel Ruiz de Morga; God, whom we hope to see, grant him blessing who finds it", Stevenson (1970), p. 193]. According to Tello (2001), p. xxiii, Ruiz de Morga, a contralto singer, appears for the first time in the Libro de Actas Capitulares de la Catedral de Oaxaca on 21 February 1653: "...asi mismo se ordeno en este cavildo que atento a que Gabriel Ruiz de morga Canta su parte en la Capilla de Vos de Contraalto se le den para ayuda de costa cuarenta pesos por Cada año..." (LACO, Libro I, fol. 112v). Tello suggests that he was related to Francisco Ruiz de Morga, secretary of the cabildo since 17 October 1645. 

Submission’s author: 
fl. Puebla and Oaxaca, México, 1653

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Journal volume and issue: 
6/1
Range of pages: 
29-59
Subject location: 
Type of publication: 
Abstract: 

This article includes also an editions of the pieces Botay fora and Pois con tanta graça, by Gaspar Fernandes.

Link to online publication: https://revistas.uchile.cl/index.php/IAMR/article/view/52828/55424

1984

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Journal volume and issue: 
6/1
Range of pages: 
60-110
Subject location: 
Type of publication: 
Abstract: 

This article contains an edition of Las estreyas se rien (Juego de las cañas) and a reproduction of manuscript folios containing some pieces by Guitiérrez de Padilla.

Link to online publication: https://revistas.uchile.cl/index.php/IAMR/article/view/52829/55425

1984

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Journal volume and issue: 
6/1
Range of pages: 
119-132
Subject person: 
Subject location: 
Type of publication: 
Music books: 
Abstract: 

This article contains an edition of the piece Los que fueren de buen gusto, by Francisco de Vidales.

Link to online publication: https://revistas.uchile.cl/index.php/IAMR/article/view/52832/55428

1984

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Journal volume and issue: 
6/1
Range of pages: 
133-139
Subject location: 
Type of publication: 
Music books: 
Abstract: 

This article contains an edition of the piece Por selebrar este dia, by Juan de Vaeza Saavedra.

Link to online publication: https://revistas.uchile.cl/index.php/IAMR/article/view/52833/55429

1984

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

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Range of pages: 
vol. 2, 137-152
Online access: 

https://www.academia.edu/20068562/Libros_de_música_para_el_Nuevo_Mundo_a_finales_del_siglo_XVIII_el_proyecto_editorial_del_impresor_José_Doblado

Subject location: 
Type of publication: 
Music books: 
Language of the publication: 
2007-2008

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How to cite

, "Puebla", Books of Hispanic Polyphony, ed. E. Ros-Fábregas (accession date: 12 Jun 2021), https://hispanicpolyphony.eu/taxonomy/term/4149