Juan de Anchieta

Born 1462. Died 20 July 1523
Juan de Anchieta
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Juan de Anchieta

Juan de Anchieta Biography (Wikipedia)

Juan de Anchieta (Azpeitia, Gipuzkoa, Spain, 1462 – Azpeitia, 1523) was a leading Spanish Basque composer of the Renaissance, at the Royal Court Chaplaincy in Granada of Queen Isabel I of Castile.

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Con Amores, La Mi Madre For 4 Voices [cancionero De Palacio, C.1505-20]
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Con Amores, La Mi Madre For 4 Voices [cancionero De Palacio, C.1505-20]
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Con Amores, La Mi Madre
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Con amores, la mi madre
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Con amores, la mi madre

Con amores, la mi madre

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