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Antonio De Cabezón: Selected Works For Keyboard - Volume 3


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Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: Organ/Harpsichord (ORG/HPCD)
Composer: Antonio de Cabezón
Series: Barenreiter Urtext Edition
Catalogue #: BA9263
This Item Earns 52 Musicroom Points

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The court organist, Antonio de Cabezón (ca. 1510-1566), who was appointed to Queen Isabella’s court chapel in Toledo at the young age of 16, was rightly regarded by his contemporaries as the leading Spanish organist and keyboard player of the 16th century.

His hymns and versets are based on short, decorated harmonisations of the psalm tones. In the tientos, the transformation from vocal motet style to a style of writing suitable for keyboard instruments is perfectly executed.

This Urtext edition contains a selection of Cabezon's best known works and consists of four volumes. It has been prepared by two editors working at Portuguese and Spanish universities who are both leading scholars of the works of Cabezón and reflects the latest research findings.




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Sales Rank: Not specified
Published on: 23/02/2011
Format: Instrumental Album
Length: Not specified
Language: German
Publisher: Bärenreiter
Editor: Gerhard Doderer; Miguel Bernal Ripoll

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