Antonio de Cabezón

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Synopsis[edit]

Antonio de Cabezón (1510-1566) was a blind organist and composer. "Cabezón is ranked among the foremost keyboard performers and composers of his time. His music is rooted in the instrumental tradition of Spain and was composed for keyboard, plucked string instruments and ensembles (curiosos minestriles, ‘skilful minstrels’) that probably included string as well as wind players.....His compositions fall into four distinct groups and contribute to all the principal musical genres of the period. They include: (i) functional liturgical works including hymns, Kyrie verses, psalm settings, Magnificat settings and fabordones; (ii) free works (tientos); (iii) intabulations (canciones glosadas y motetes); and (iv) variations (discantes)."[1]


For additional details, see the Antonio de Cabezón Wikipedia article.

List of Organ Works[edit]

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Liturgical Works
Kyrie de Nuestra Señora
Tema Rex virginum
Kyries de primer
Kyries de segundo
Kyries de tercero
Kyries de cuarto
Kyries de quinto
Kyries de sexto
Kyries de septimo tono
Salmodia para principiantes
Fabordon y glosas
Salmodia para el Magnificat
Tientos
Tiento No.1
Tiento No.2
Tiento No.3
Tiento No.4
Tiento No.5
Tiento No.6
Tiento No.7
Tiento No.8
Tiento No.9
Tiento No.10
Tiento No.11
Tiento No.12
Tiento No.13
Tiento No.14
Tiento No.15
Tiento No.16
Tiento No.17
Tiento No.18
Tiento No.19
Tiento No.20
Tiento No.21
Tiento No.22
Tiento No.23
Tiento No.24
Tiento No.25
Tiento No.26
Tiento No.27
Tiento No.28
Tiento No.29
Variations
Diferencias sobre las Vacas
Pavana Italiana
Diferencias sobre la Gallarda Milanesa
Diferencias sobre el canto del Caballero
Diferencias sobre la Pavana Italiana
Diferencias sobre 'La Dama le demanda'
Diferencias sobre 'De quien teme enojo Isabel'
Diferencias sobre las Vacas
Otras Diferencias
Other
Fabordon No.1
Fabordon No.2
Fabordon No.3

Background and General Perspectives on Performing Cabezón Organ Works[edit]

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Registration and Organs[edit]

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Tempo and Meter[edit]

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Scores and Editions[edit]

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Recordings[edit]

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Free Online[edit]

Diferencias Sobre el Canto de Caballero[2]
Diferencias Sobre "Guárdame Las Vacas"[3]

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Notes[edit]

  1. Oxford Music Online, http://www.oxfordmusiconline.com.erl.lib.byu.edu/subscriber/article/grove/music/04511pg1?q=antonio+de+cabezon&search=quick&pos=1&_start=1#firsthit, accessed 16 January 2015.
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