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*[https://hispanicpolyphony.eu/ca/node/13862 Roque Monserrat] at ''Books of Hispanic Polyphony'', ed. E. Ros-Fábregas
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Latest revision as of 11:51, 13 December 2019

Life

Born: fl. 1692

Died: 1711

Biography

This composer has no entry in the Diccionario de la música española e hispanoamericana (DMEH).

Consuelo Prats Redondo, "Murcia", DMEH, vol. 7, p. 893, indicated that Roque Monserrate was chapelmaster at Murcia cathedral between 1692 and 1711.

RISM attributes erroneously three compositions in E-MUc 4 to the theorist Andrés de Monserrate owing to its last name, but in fact the works should be attributed to the chapelmaster Roque Monserrate. The last name of this composer appears as "Montserrat" in the ascriptions of his works in Oriola.

List of choral works

 


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