Andres de Sola - Andrés de Sola

Andres de Sola
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Birth November 30 , 1634 View and modify data on Wikidata
Tudela ( Spain ) View and modify data on Wikidata
Death April 21 , 1696 View and modify data on Wikidata(61 years old)
Zaragoza (Spain) View and modify data on Wikidata
nationality Spanish
Religion Catholic Church View and modify data on Wikidata
Education
Student of Jusepe Ximénez View and modify data on Wikidata
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Occupation Organist and composer View and modify data on Wikidata
Instrument Organ View and modify data on Wikidata

Andrés de Sola ( Tudela , Navarra , 1634 - Zaragoza , 1696 ) was an organist and composer of Spanish music of the 17th century .

It is believed that he could begin his music studies with his uncle Melchor Ximénez , organist in the church of Santa María de Tudela (Navarra), his city of birth. In 1652 there is news of him in Zaragoza, where he surely stayed with his uncle Jusepe Ximénez , the famous main organist of La Seo de Zaragoza at the time. It seems that he was in charge of the tuning and maintenance of the organ and that he received a salary for his work. The influence of his uncle allowed him, after being ordained a priest in 1644 , to become a second organist and, after his uncle's death in 1672 , a principal organist.

In 1687 Sebastián Alfonso retired as the chapel master of La Seo , and de Sola was named his successor. But, four years later Sola returns to her previous position as organist due to the protests of the singers who are not comfortable with their substitutes. During his life he received numerous offers from other cathedrals that he rejected, among them the one in Oviedo , which he considered the most appropriate of those in Spain. He died in 1696 while playing at Mass on Holy Saturday , resting his head on the keyboard.

His teaching trained several famous organists of the 18th century, among which are Jerónimo, Sebastián Durón , Pedro Borobia , Joaquín Redonet and Miguel Soriano .

His works are kept in the Municipal Library of Oporto ( Portugal ) [ 1 ] and in the National Library in Madrid. [ 2 ]

Bibliography

Bibliography not used

  • Calahorra Martínez, Pedro: Music in Zaragoza in the 16th and 17th centuries ; vol. I. Organists, organ builders and organs ; Zaragoza, 1977.
  • Hudson, Barton (1961), A Portuguese Source of Seventeenth-Century Iberian Organ Music, Doutoramento, Indiana, Universidade do Indiana, Policopiado.
  • Siemens Hernández, Lothar: La Seo de Zaragoza, an outstanding organ school in the 17th century ; Musical Yearbook , vol. XXI, 1966, and vol. XXIII, 1968.
  • Siemens Hernández, Lothar (1967), Six Tientos: Andrés de Sola and Sebastián Durón , Paris, Musical Editions de la Schola Cantorum, Orgue et Liturgie, no. 74.

References

  1. http://arquivodigital.cm-porto.pt/Conteudos/Conteudos_BPMP/MM-42/MM-42_item1/index.html
  2. ^ Siemens Hernández, Lothar (1967), Six Tientos: Andrés de Sola and Sebastián Durón, Paris, Musical Editions de la Schola Cantorum, Orgue et Liturgie, No. 74.