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Ave Maria

Composer: Vicente Ortiz de Zárate (18th cent.), s.a.


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Spain / Mexico


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Published on Jul 9, 2012 by Enrique Guerrero

Ave María- Vicente Ortiz de Zárate

Internet references, biography information.
Fray Vicente Ortiz de Zarate, Reside en la ciudad de Guadalajara, Jalisco. México, durante el periodo barroco hacia el siglo XVIII, funge como Maestro de Capilla en la Catedral Metropolitana de Guadalajara, a de inspeccionar o tañer los organos instalados por Dn .Joseph Nasarre de 1727 a 1730. Poco se sabe de su vida y deja un legado patrimonial musical importante que en el archivo historico se halla.
From family of musicians from Spain who settled in Valladolid (now Morelia) in Michoacan where he grew up and later lived in Guadalajara. Vicente became the first organist and later maestro de capillo of  the cathedral in Guadalajara.

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