Pablo Bruna

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Synopsis[edit]

Pablo Bruna (1611-1679) was a Spanish organist and composer who served as organist for the church of S Maria (1631) and became choirmaster in 1674.[1]


For additional details, see the Pablo Bruna Wikipedia article.

List of Organ Works[edit]

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Title
Obra del Octavo tono
Pange lingau (Bruna)
Otra Pange lingua, 5 tono
Pange lingua, 5 tono
Tiento de 1 tono de mano derecha
Tiento de flasas de 2 tono
Obra de cinco tno por cesolfaut
Obra de medio registro de tiple, primo tono
Institucion Fernando il Catolico, 1979
Tiento lleno, cinquo tono
Tiento lleno, seis tono
Tiento de falsas
Tiento de Falses de Sise' To

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

There are 32 known organ works that are of a tiento style. Some of them are written for an undivided keyboard and others are for a divided keyboard. Imitation is a common element in Bruna's works. [2]

Registration and Organs[edit]

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See the footnote in the "Notes" section at the bottom of the page[3]

Fingering and Pedaling[edit]

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Articulation and Phrasing[edit]

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Ornamentation[edit]

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Tempo and Meter[edit]

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Scores and Editions[edit]

Free scores by Pablo Bruna, IMSLP

Recordings[edit]

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Free Online[edit]

Tiento de Medio Registro Bajo, performed by Montserrat Torrent, on the historic 1784 organ in the Church of San Andres, Valladolid, Spain. [1]

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Notes[edit]

  1. Oxford Music Online, Oxford University Press, 2007-2015, accessed 30 January 2015.
  2. Oxford Music Online, Oxford University Press, 2007-2015.
  3. This footnote was entered in the "Registration and Organs" article

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