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Sigüenza

Address: 
Sigüenza Guadalajara
Spain
Map position: 
POINT (-2.6405659 41.0680324)

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Birth date: 
16/3
Death date: 
17/1
Nationality: 
Periods of service: 
1580 — 1583 Catedral de Huesca
1583 — 1586 Catedral de El Burgo de Osma
1588 Catedral de Orense
1588 Catedral de Astorga
1588? — 1590? Valencia
Before 1591 Sacra Capilla de El Salvador de Úbeda
ca. 1591 — 1593 Catedral de Pamplona
1598 — 1602 Catedral de Baeza
1602 — 1605 Catedral de Sigüenza
Submission’s author: 
Medinaceli, Soria, fl. 1581 — Sigüenza, Guadalajara, 5-VI-1605

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Birth date: 
16/3 (?)
Death date: 
17/1 (?)
Nationality: 
Periods of service: 
1598-1602, organista Capilla Real de Granada
1606-1613, organista segundo Real Capilla
Submission’s author: 
fl. Granada 1598 - ? 1613 ?

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Birth date: 
16/3
Death date: 
17/1
Nationality: 
Periods of service: 
Before 1578 Catedral de Cádiz
1578—1579 Catedral de Cuenca
1581 (14-III)—1593 Catedral de Toledo
Biography: 

1578. Chapelmaster at Cuenca Cathedral

1579-1580. Probably in Sigüenza

1581-1593. Chapelmaster at Toledo Cathedral

1600. In Seville

Hellín, Albacete, fl. 1578 — Sevilla?, after 1601

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Birth date: 
16/4 (1600)
Death date: 
17/3 (1653)
Nationality: 
Submission’s author: 
Lisboa, c. 1600 - Zaragoza, 31 July 1653

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Birth date: 
17/4
Death date: 
18/2
Nationality: 
Biography: 

Gran parte de su producción musical, como la de otros maestros del Real Monaterio de la Encarnación de Madrid, se encuentra en Montserrat.

Cuenca, 10-I-1698 — Madrid, 1743

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Birth date: 
16/2 (1545)
Death date: 
17/1 (1606)
Nationality: 
Submission’s author: 
Sigüenza, 1545? — El Escorial, 22-V-1606

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Journal volume and issue: 
6/1-2
Range of pages: 
271-298
No. of pages: 
27
Type of publication: 
Language of the publication: 
1983

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Ed. / Coord.: 
Range of pages: 
504-548
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Type of publication: 
Abstract: 

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

How to cite

, "Sigüenza", Books of Hispanic Polyphony, ed. E. Ros-Fábregas (accession date: 13 Jun 2021), https://hispanicpolyphony.eu/taxonomy/term/4195