José Francisco Velásquez

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Aliases: el Viejo

Life

Born: 1755-09-15

Died: 1805-12-24

Biography: Born in Caracas, he is known as the oldest Venezuelan composer. He also worked as «maestro de musica» for the Venezuelan Army, and as independent musician for many religious services. His reduced output, consisting mainly of sacred works, exhibits a transition between the galant and classical style, proper of the last decades of eighteenth century.

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List of choral works


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Publications

  1. «Niño mío», Caracas, 1943, 1973, 1992
  2. «Adducentur», Caracas, 2006
  3. «Angelus Domini», Caracas, 2006
  4. «Ascendit Deus» (2), Caracas, 2006
  5. «Benedicta es tu», Caracas, 2006
  6. «Bonum est confidere», Caracas, 2006
  7. «Confitebor tibi… Deus», Caracas, 2006
  8. «Desiderium animae», Caracas, 2006
  9. «Diffusa est» (2), Caracas, 2006
  10. «Ex Sion species», Caracas, 2006
  11. «Filiae regum», Caracas, 2006
  12. «Haec dies V. Confitemini», Caracas, 2006
  13. «In die resurrectionis», Caracas, 2006
  14. «Iustus ut palma», Caracas, 2006
  15. «Laudem Domini», Caracas, 2006
  16. «Locus iste», Caracas, 2006
  17. «Misit Deus» (2), Caracas, 2006
  18. «Multifarie olim», Caracas, 2006
  19. «Nunc dimittis», Caracas, 2006
  20. «O sacrum convivium», Caracas, 2006
  21. «Pange lingua», Caracas, 2006
  22. «Sapientia aedificavit… excidit» (2), Caracas, 2006
  23. «Tantum ergo», Caracas, 2006
  24. «Terra tremuit», Caracas, 2006
  25. «Tui sunt caeli», Caracas, 2006
  26. «Venite filii», Caracas, 2006
  27. «Virgo Dei Genitrix», Caracas, 2006

External links

http://www.funves.gob.ve