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  1. Introduction

    This is a list of Spanish classical composers, both real and fictional. The fictional ones are intended to become a reality in a separate timeline or in revised history. However, the names of these composers inserted into this list are largely hypothetical. That is, they may or may not be named as such after history is changed. The names of these composers are highlighted in boldface.

     

    The purpose of the presence of these composers is to make more compositional geniuses out of the people of Spain. European countries, particularly Italy, Spain, France, Germany, Austria, England, and Russia are to be abundant in genius composers since the Renaissance, and America since the Baroque era. These 8 nations are the nucleus of Western classical music and composition, and thus these are the nationalities I choose to focus on.

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    Renaissance (c1375-c1600)

    • Miguel Vasquez (1343 – 1418)
    • Juan Barrera (1345 – 1420)
    • Ramon Sotomayor (1347 – 1417)
    • Nicolas Fuentez (1348 – 1421)
    • Antonio Resendez (1350 – 1426)
    • Domingo Nodal (1352 – 1417)
    • Jorge Ocana (1355 – 1427)
    • Claudio Limones (1359 – 1435)
    • Miguel Portilla (1362 – 1441)
    • Benito Lazos (1365 – 1440)
    • Francisco Rascon (1367 – 1437)
    • Esteban Noriega (1369 – 1443)
    • Miguel Fuertes (1372 – 1437)
    • Pablo Juarez (1375 – 1439)
    • Jose Preza (1377 – 1446)
    • Gregorio Cortez (1382 – 1459)
    • Jose Madrid (1385 – 1455)
    • Tomas Ibarra (1388 – 1451)
    • Francisco Villafana (1393 – 1464)
    • Jorge Zurbaran (1394 – 1467)
    • Manuel Vindiola (1398 – 1476)
    • Juan Cornago (1400 – 1475)
    • Nicolas Brizuela (1405 – 1487)
    • Juan Deras (1409 – 1472)
    • Antonio Montilla (1412 – 1493)
    • Enrique Casillas (1414 – 1490)
    • Ramon Gabino (1417 – 1500)
    • Nicolas Maldonado (1422 – 1495)
    • Jose Zavala (1424 – 1494)
    • Raul Cardoza (1428 – 1512)
    • Diego Rayos (1432 – 1507)
    • Manuel Huriega (1434 – 1500)
    • Felipe Sandavol (1437 – 1506)
    • Pedro Quijas (1443 – 1502)
    • Guillermo Ogarro (1444 – 1514)
    • Ramon Juanico (1449 – 1518)
    • Javier Onofre (1450 – 1518)
    • Sebastian Frago (1456 – 1499)
    • Angel Gandara (1458 – 1529)
    • Juan de Anchieta (1462–1523)
    • Jose Andrino (1464 – 1502)
    • Juan del Encina (1468-1529)
    • Luis Hernandez (1470 – 1540)
    • Vicente Galvan (1473 – 1535)
    • Francisco Lumbreras (1477 – 1548)
    • Fernando Sausedo (1482 – 1548)
    • Pedro Nogales (1484 – 1551)
    • Carlos Morena (1488 – 1562)
    • Cristobal Escobedo (1492 – 1567)
    • Raul Traconis (1495 – 1571)
    • Miguel Nivar (1499 – 1562)
    • Cristóbal de Morales (1500–1553)
    • Luis de Milán (1500–1561)
    • Rodrigo Palmares (1505 – 1583)
    • Antonio de Cabezón (1510–1566)
    • Marcos Iniguez (1510 – 1586)
    • Hernando De Moya (1516 – 1580)
    • Fernando Burgos (1520 – 1594)
    • Diego Lorenzana (1525 – 1597)
    • Francisco De Vera (1529 – 1600)
    • Jorge Franco (1533 – 1604)
    • Nicolas Mercedes (1535 – 1610)
    • Luis Miranda (1538 – 1610)
    • Jose Lapuerta (1540 – 1612)
    • Juan Cheverez (1544 – 1623)
    • Tomás Luis de Victoria (1548-1611)
    • Francisco Nunez (1551 – 1599)
    • Pablo Manosa (1554 – 1621)
    • Cristobal Rodriguez (1555 – 1611)
    • Hernando Tremillo (1563 – 1609)

    Baroque (c1600-c1760)

    • Jose Santiago (1559 – 1628)
    • Claudio Selem (1562 – 1637)
    • Fernando Santiago (1565 – 1638)
    • Diego Olalla (1566 – 1639)
    • Carlos Benitez (1569 – 1646)
    • Juan Pablo Pujol (1570–1626)
    • Pedro Savinon (1572 – 1646)
    • Jose Requena (1574 – 1652)
    • Francisco Platas (1575 – 1647)
    • Gregorio Elizando (1578 – 1657)
    • Tomas Prendes (1580 – 1640)
    • Fernando Laveaga (1583 – 1634)
    • Juan Gayoso (1585 – 1665)
    • Sebastian Butron (1586 – 1651)
    • Agustin Castano (1588 – 1658)
    • Carlos Valbuena (1591 – 1667)
    • Gregorio Saltos (1596 – 1669)
    • Diego Aguilar (1598 – 1662)
    • Jaime Pozos (1603 – 1680)
    • Urbán de Vargas (1606-1656)
    • Pedro Dacosta (1608 – 1684)
    • Pablo Bruna (1611–1679)
    • Rodrigo Fresquez (1613 – 1685)
    • Juan Hidalgo de Polanco (1614–1685)
    • Juan Cererols (1618–1680)
    • José Marín (1619-1699)
    • Felipe Nolasco (1622 – 1694)
    • Pablo Torrado (1625 – 1698)
    • Joaquin Salcido (1627 – 1701)
    • Francisco Roxas (1633 – 1704)
    • Nicolas Mondona (1635 – 1700)
    • Diego Martinez (1638 – 1712)
    • Gaspar Sanz (1640–1710)
    • Juan Bautista José Cabanilles (1644–1712)
    • Tomás de Torrejón y Velasco (1644–1728)
    • Juan de Araujo (1646–1712)
    • Francisco Ignacio Socorro (1647 – 1732)
    • Miguel Pablo Orzabal (1651 – 1722)
    • Ignacio Valenzuela (1653 – 1712)
    • Enrique Rivero (1656 – 1696)
    • Benito Cabasso (1658 – 1730)
    • Cristobal Tarazon (1661 – 1726)
    • José de Torres y Martínez Bravo (1665–1738)
    • Jose Quirino (1667 – 1744)
    • Carlos Iquina (1670 – 1734)
    • Santiago de Murcia (1673-1739)
    • Antonio de Literes (1673–1747)
    • Pablo Ramos (1676 – 1741)
    • Sebastian Gomez (1679 – 1745)
    • Jorge Raigosa (1681 – 1757)
    • Jose Berrones (1683 – 1765)
    • Juan Senteno (1684 – 1757)
    • Pablo Moreida (1685 – 1748)
    • Antonio Guadamuz (1685 – 1756)
    • Ramon Lafuente (1687 – 1770)
    • Francisco Graveran (1690 – 1766)
    • Luis Santillana (1693 – 1747)
    • Miguel Angel Carmona (1695 – 1771)
    • Juan Botero (1698 – 1772)
    • Sebastian Diaz (1702 – 1744)
    • Vicente Lucatero (1705 – 1749)

    Classical era (c1730-c1820)

    • Gregorio Penado (1701 – 1785)
    • Pedro Umanzor (1706 – 1780)
    • Antonio Maria Perales (1712 – 1797)
    • Jose Castillon (1713 – 1785)
    • Hernando Sandiego (1715 – 1800)
    • Juan Monsegur (1717 – 1791)
    • Jose Nobregas (1718 – 1808)
    • Juan Bautista Pla (1720–1773)
    • Antonio Rodríguez de Hita (1722 – 1787)
    • Jose Gonzalez (1726 – 1803)
    • Antonio Soler (1729–1783)
    • Diego Landaverde (1730 – 1806)
    • Jorge Davila (1732 – 1797)
    • Agustin Novas (1734 – 1797)
    • Carlos Furtado (1737 – 1805)
    • Mateo Gaspar (1741 – 1816)
    • Luis Recinos (1744 – 1809)
    • Hernando Herrera (1746 – 1801)
    • Manuel Blasco de Nebra (1750 – 1784)
    • Felipe Esquivez (1751 – 1802)
    • Vicente Martín y Soler (1754 – 1806)
    • Mateo Albéniz (1755 – 1831)
    • Luis Palomin (1760 – 1822)
    • Enrique Golderos (1763 – 1817)
    • Marcos Esperon (1767 – 1844)

    Romantic (c1800-c1910)

    • Pablo Camarillo (1771 – 1839)
    • Pedro Aguirre (1775 – 1830)
    • Manuel de Figueroa (1777 – 1847)
    • Fernando Sor (1778–1839)
    • Luis Neives (1781 – 1840)
    • Carlos Malagon (1783 – 1855)
    • Benito Sepeda (1786 – 1827)
    • Domingo Febres (1790 – 1869)
    • Santiago Mercado (1793 – 1880)
    • Sebastian Deliz (1798 – 1834)
    • Juan Bautista Alvarez (1803 – 1892)
    • Juan Crisóstomo Arriaga (1806–1826)
    • Andres Gavaldon (1807 – 1890)
    • Francisco Lemos (1811 – 1876)
    • Miguel Alcon (1814 – 1874)
    • Jose Villamar (1814 – 1896)
    • Alejandro Sanchez (1816 – 1890)
    • Jorge Marguez (1818 – 1890)
    • Luis Castaneda (1822 – 1896)
    • Cristobal Pimiento (1824 – 1888)
    • Maria Duran (1828 – 1908)
    • Julio Terron (1831 – 1912)
    • Juan Santoya (1833 – 1896)
    • Domingo Juarros (1835 – 1901)
    • Enrique Marinero (1837 – 1904)
    • Felipe Pedrell (1841-1922)
    • Juan Galvan (1843 – 1898)
    • Pablo de Sarasate (1844–1908)
    • Ramon Beltran (1845 – 1920)
    • Miguel Chavera (1847 – 1931)
    • Francisco Menendez (1851 – 1920)
    • Francisco Tárrega (1852–1909)
    • Jose Morgado (1855 – 1905)
    • Jose Abelairas (1858 – 1915)
    • Isaac Albéniz (1860–1909)

    Modern and Contemporary (c1880-????)

    • Rodrigo Picon (1862 – 1925)
    • Hernando Garced (1863 – 1933)
    • Marcos Salazan (1864 – 1937)
    • Emilio Leynes (1865 – 1943)
    • Enrique Granados (1867–1916)
    • Salvador de Cruz (1868 – 1948)
    • Diego Mendez (1870 – 1964)
    • Francisco Despues (1872 – 1937)
    • Hernando Rojas (1873 – 1959)
    • Nicolas Minaya (1874 – 1954)
    • Rodrigo Ortiz (1875 – 1956)
    • Manuel de Falla (1876–1946)
    • Jorge Veracruz (1876 – 1948)
    • Fernando Zuniga (1876 – 1971)
    • Emilio Orozco (1877 – 1988)
    • Agustin Liscano (1878 – 1956)
    • Tomas Dominguez (1879 – 1973)
    • Juan Donoso (1881 – 1950)
    • Joaquín Turina (1882–1949)
    • Pablo Rivera (1883 – 1962)
    • Pedro Vanegas (1886 – 1968)
    • Gregorio Torros (1888 – 1974)
    • Federico Moreno Torroba (1891–1982)
    • Francisco Baldiviez (1892 – 1975)
    • Federico Mompou (1893–1987)
    • Jose Rosalez (1894 – 1971)
    • Carlos Bahamondez (1895 – 1981)
    • Roberto Gerhard (1896–1970)
    • Juan Huaman (1896 – 1982)
    • Marcos Emanuel (1899 – 1987)
    • Jose Perez (1900 – 2004)
    • Joaquín Rodrigo (1901–1999)
    • Gregorio Delacruz (1902 – 1983)
    • Benito Cabada (1902 – 1998)
    • Enrique Delarosa (1903 – 2005)
    • Fernando Sifontes (1904 – 1988)
    • Luis Medina (1905 – 1981)
    • Cesar Quintana (1905 – 1995)
    • Placido Abrego (1906 – 1989)
    • Francisco Zamora (1907 – 1989)
    • Marcos Degollado (1907 – 2001)
    • Pedro Ibarra (1908 – 1985)
    • Nicolas Abalos (1908 – 1993)
    • Maria Salazar (1909 – 2007)
    • Roberto Cholino (1910 – 2005)
    • Francisco Chinuela (1913 – 1985)
    • Pedro Olmos (born 1918)
    • Jorge Abalos (1920 – 2012)
    • Pablo Mundero (born 1923)
    • Hernando Moniz (born 1925)
    • Manuel Bacerra (born 1927)
    • Juan Aranjo (born 1930)
    • Francisco Oballero (born 1932)
    • Victor Fabros (born 1934)
    • Vicente Cuevas (born 1937)
    • Carlos Munoz (born 1938)
    • Alejandro Valquez (born 1940)
    • Eduardo Tameron (born 1942)
    • Tomas Perdido (born 1945)
    • David Renderos (born 1948)
    • Gerardo Polanco (born 1950)
    • Miguel Lizana (born 1955)
    • Antonio Natal (born 1961)
    • Manuel Galdamez (born 1967)
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