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This website provides basic information about musicians and non-musicians related to music books in the database; it is not intended to present a full biography of musicians, but to establish useful connections with their sources, institutions, locations, works, documents, and bibliography. Under "Locations" of a composer's entry we list all the locations in which the composer lived and those in which his music is currently found; under "Institutions", we list only the institutions where the composer worked or to which he applied for a position through the so-called "oposiciones". Whenever possible, we'll try to indicate the approximate periods of service in each institution. The distinction between "Locations" and "Institutions" provides a useful overview about the dissemination of a composer's works; for instance, Sebastián Aguilera de Heredia (1561-1627) worked only in two cathedrals ("institutions") in Huesca and Zaragoza, but his music is found in at least twenty-two "locations" in Spain and the New World.

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1927 Oficial 4º, Dirección General de Bienes Nacionales, Mexico D.F
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Mentioned as "Oficial 4º de la Dirección General de Bienes Nacionales" in an inventory of books dated 30 April 1927.

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fl. México, D.F. 1927

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Alfonso de Vicente (1989), p. 56, in his description of the book E-Asa 09, annotated: "En las páginas 1 y 48 la firma de 'Rufino Trujillano'; en la última, 'Antonio García'". 

Alfonso de Vicente (1989), p. 56, in his description of the book E-Asa 09, annotated: "En las páginas 1 y 48 la firma de 'Rufino Trujillano'; en la última, 'Antonio García'". 

 

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18/3 (1772)
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19/2 (1827)
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1787-1827 Monastery of Santa Ana in Ávila (nun)
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Alfonso de Vicente (2019), annotated: "Joaquina Ugena nació en Ávila en 1772, tomó el hábito el 20-VIII-1787, profesó el 24-VIII-1788 y murió el 22-X-1827". He also mentioned a piece by Agustín Gutiérrez, chapelmaster at the Monastery of Santa Ana, composed for the profession of that nun, celebrated the same day as the profession of the nun María Ana González Zurita: "Aria con violines y acompañamiento, para la profesión de Dª Joaquina y Dª María Ana, de Agustín Gutiérrez, 1788 [...]. María Ana González y Zurita nació en 1768, tomó el hábito y profesó los mismos días que la anterior (por ello el aria es para la profesión de ambas) y murió el 1-X-1830".

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Ávila, 1772 — Ávila 22-X-1827

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16/1 (?)
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16/3 (1567)
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d Augsburg, 1567 or 1568

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16/4 (?)
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17/1 (?)
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fl. Salamanca, late 16th c. — early 17th century

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16/4 (?)
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17/1 (?)
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En E-GRcr-01, fol. 1, aparece la inscripción "Don Juan de Vibanco". 

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fl. Granada, 16/4-17/1

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16/3 (?)
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17/2 (1639)
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Bohemia, ? - München (?), 1639

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16/4 (1599)
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17/3 (1653)
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Florence, c.1599 - after 1 April 1653)

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15/4 (?)
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According to the Istituto Centrale per il Catalogo Unico delle biblioteche italiane e per le informazioni bibliografiche (ICCU), Agostino Zani was: "Tipografo originario di Portese attivo a Venezia, parente di Bartolomeo. Secondo Borsa usò gli stessi caratteri di Bartolomeo, cui successe"; see: http://edit16.iccu.sbn.it/scripts/iccu_ext2.dll?fn=13&i=221

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fl. Venice, 1508-1528

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16/2 (?)
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16/4 (?)
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fl. c1580

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17/2 (?)
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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.

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fl. Cochabamba, Bolivia, after 1666 — d. Cuzco, Perú, 28-XI-1709

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