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Manuel de Sumaya “De la Bella Aurora Maria Divina”

Arranged for Flute, Bassoon, and Harpsichord

ByTerry Ewell

Manuel de Sumaya (or de Zumaya, c. 1678 – 1755) was perhaps the most famous composer of the Baroque period in Mexico in his day. His works were widely performed throughout colonial “New Spain” at that time. This is an arrangement for flute, bassoon, and harpsichord. It can also be performed with violin and cello. The flute replaces the original vocal line and the bassoon joins the continuo accompaniment.

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Publication Date
Sep 16, 2020
Language
English
Category
Art & Photography
Copyright
All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
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Adapted by: Terry Ewell

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