Manuel de Zumaya

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Perhaps the most outstanding composer of Mexican Baroque music aside from Ignacio de Jerusalem, Manuel de Zumaya (also called "Sumaya" in some instances) was likely born in or around Mexico City in the…
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Psalm 121 "Laetatus Sum" 08:19 Choral
Lauda Jérusalem, Psalm 147 08:33 Choral
Solo al Señor San Pedro ("El de Pedro solamente"), for voice & ensemble 03:43 Vocal Music
Angélicas Milicas, recessional 04:16 Choral
Miserere Mei, for chorus 05:50 Choral
Cantada a solo de Navidad ("Oh feliz culpa"), for voice & ensemble 02:33 Vocal Music
Cantada a solo a N.P. San Pedro, for voice & ensemble 06:47 Vocal Music
Cantada para la fiesta de la Asunción ("Hoy sube arrebatada"), for voice & ensemble 04:18 Vocal Music
Missa a 8 con violines 15:32 Keyboard
Hieremiae Prophetae Lamentationes 10:17 Miscellaneous (Classical)
Celebren, publiquen 06:54 Miscellaneous (Classical)
Cantada a la Eucaristía, for tenor & ensemble 08:04 Vocal Music
Sol-fa de Pedro (Peter's Solfeggio), villancico 07:27 Choral
Cantada a solo de Navidad ("Alegres luces del día"), for voice & ensemble 05:01 Vocal Music
Angélicas milicias, for chorus 04:14 Choral
Albricias mortales, for chorus 04:51 Choral
Mass for tenor & 5 voices in G major 13:29 Choral
Ya se herzia, villancico for chorus 04:39 Choral
Egregie Doctor Paule more instrue 1710 03:57 Choral
De las flores, villancico for chorus 06:00 Choral
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