Aranda, Luis de c1567-26.apr.1627 Spain, Sevilla - Granada
organist, choirmaster, 1571 (13.dec.1583 had been for many years) choirboy at Catedral de Granada, 18.apr.1592-1627 organist/choirmaster of Catedral de Granada, 1597 he offered his services for Christmas Matins at the Capilla Real de Granada, 1598 he unsuccessfully applied for the post of choirmaster at the Capilla Real de Granada ; ? related to organist Luis de Aranda II

Title Parts

[] Regina caeli laetare a 4
ms Granada Cathedral
Choir Santa Iglesia Catedral Granada / Pablo Heras Casado
Coral Polifonica de la Basilica de San Juan de Dios Granada. CD Sacra et Profana

[] Quomodo sedet sola civitas. Motet. 6vv and organ. 1598
most likely composed on the death of king Philip II of Spain 13sep1598
ms Capilla Real, Granada
Choir of the Queen's College Oxford, Tom Wilkinson / Owen Rees. Guild 7296
the text is an adaptation and amalgamation of two Tenebrae texts:
- Lamentations of Jeremiah
- Responsory O vos omnes
which is why the motet is also described as a Lamentation or Pro defunctis
[] (details unknown). Villancicos, chanzonetas and entremeses composed while still a choirboy at Granada Cathedral
[] In omnem terram exivit sonus eorum a 4. Motet
ms Granada Cathedral

[] Laboravi in gemitu meo. Motet. 4vv
ms Granada Cathedral

[] Cogitavit Dominus. Lamentation. 4vv
ms Capilla Real, Granada

[] Domine, ne in furore tuo. Salmo 6. Motet. 4vv
ms Capilla Real, Granada

[] Salus populi ego sum. Motet. 5vv
ms Capilla Real, Granada

[] Lamentation "He"
ms Granada Cathedral
In the Doctoral dissertation 2008 by Heike Blumenberg attributed to Luis de Aranda (died 1660). In the Anhang I: Composers of Lamentations she lists both Luis de Aranda (died 1627) and Luis de Aranda (died 1660) suggesting they both composed lamentations

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