Francisco de Peñalosa

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Aliases: Penalosa, Francisco de

Life

Born: circa 1470

Died: 1 April 1528

Biography Considered the outstanding Iberian composer of his time, to judge by the number of manuscript sources, Peñalosa was employed at the court of Ferdinand of Aragon 1498-1516, at the papal choir 1517-21, and died in Seville. 6 masses, 6 Magnificats, over 20 motes and a dozen secular songs are known.

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List of choral works


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Publications

  • Francisco de Peñalosa: Collected Works, ed. J.M. Hardie (Ottawa, 1994–)
  • Francisco de Peñalosa opera omnia, ed. D. Preciado (Madrid, 1986–91)

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