H. Eslava: Metodo De Solfeo I


Format: Books | Theory
Hilarion Eslava (1807-1878) was a Spanish priest, musician, and pedagogue. Although he was a prolific and well-known composer in his own time, today he is primarily remembered for his 1846 work, Metodo De Solfeo, a successful Solfège Method which has been in constant use all over the world for more than 150 years. Having been a choirboy at Pamplona, the method was published while Eslava was choirmaster at the Royal Chapel in Madrid, and he undoubtedly used it as he was training the choristers there.
No of pages: 28
Language: Spanish
Catalogue No: UMT21000

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