Antonio de Cabezón
Died: 26 March 1566
Antonio de Cabezón was a Spanish composer and organist of the Renaissance; the decade of his birth can be guessed at. He was blind from early childhood. He traveled widely in Europe (including England) with the king in the years 1548-56 but settled in Madrid when it became the home of the Spanish royal court, remaining there until his death.
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List of choral works
- Come, Holy Ghost, our souls inspire
- De la Virgen
- Canticum Simeonis, a short faburden on two phrases from the Canticle of Simon (ed. Pedrell 1898)
- Jesu Christo hombre y Dios (also in Pedrell)
- Invocación a la letanía ("letanias"), in Cancionero de la Casa de Medinaceli (Monumentos de la música española, viii, 1949)
- "una misa de Cabeçon" is known only from a 1611 inventory
Other works not listed above
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