Arroyo Mejias, reverendo padre Rafael 1931-f2011 Spain, Cordoba
studied theology, he played the accordion, c1955 chaplain of the parish church Santa Marina de Aguas Santas in Cordoba, his friend and partner in music in Cordoba was composer Lazaro Jimenez Rodriguez (Castro del Rio 20.sep.1929-16.dec.2008 Cordoba), 1997-2002 residing as writer of religious works at Ronda de Valencia no 8 in Madrid, until 2011 still active as priest in Madrid, 2019 at the age of nearly 90 he seems to have retired and still living in Madrid

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compositions by Rafael Arroyo Mejias :
[] Tu et Petrus, a seis voces graves, un himno a la parroquial de Santa Marina. b1961
dedicada a S.S. el Papa Juan XXIII
con letra del parroco doctor Martin de Arrizubieta

[] La sonrisa de "El Cordobes". Pasodoble torero. 1962
letra y musica de Rafael Arroyo Mejias
pub Editorial Grafispania, Madrid 1962
pub Union Musical Espanola Madrid. copyright Rafael Arroyo Mejias 4may1965

[] Adios, Walt Disney. Cancion para canto y piano
letra y musica de Rafael Arroyo Mejias
pub Union Musical Espanola Madrid. copyright Rafael Arroyo Mejias 29aug1967

[] Mi Maribel
music Rafael Arroyo Mejías
Pedro Gaballe Santana Hernandez (1942-), Los Tres de Canarias. CBS Records CBS 1001, Madrid 1972

writings by Rafael Arroyo Mejias :
writing: El Evangelio segun el Padre
(The Gospel according to the Father)
pub Editorial R. Arroyo, Madrid 1997

writing: Convertios y creed en el Evangelio
(Convert and believe in the Gospel)
pub Impresor Villena Artes Graf, Madrid 1998

writing: El cielo y la tierra pasaran, pero mis palabras no pasaran
(Heaven and earth will pass, but my words will not pass)
pub Editorial R. Arroyo, Impresor Villena Artes Graf, Madrid 1999

writing: Un cadaver llamado Jesus que al tercer día resucito
(A corpse called Jesus who was resurrected on the third day)
pub 2000

writing: Donde piensas pasar la eternidad
(Where do you plan to spend eternity)
pub Editorial R. Arroyo, Madrid 2002

writing: Palabras de vida eterna (Words of eternal life)
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