José Miguel Moreno

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José Miguel Moreno (Madrid, 1955) is a Spanish specialist of historical plucked string instruments, such as the vihuela, lute, theorbo, and guitars. In 1977 he won the First Prize of the Incontri Chitarristici di Garnano (Italy 1977) and later many awards for his recordings. He has undertaken recordings and live concerts with the renowned ensemble "Hesperion XX" and Jordi Savall as well as with his own formations La Romanesca and Orphenica Lyra - after the book Orphénica Lyra (1554) of Miguel de Fuenllana. He is also, with his brother violist Emilio Moreno, co-founder of the Spanish classical music label Glossa Music.[1]

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  1. ^ Billboard - 18 Jul 1998 - Page 46 Vol. 110, No. 29 One of the most compelling is Glossa, founded in 1992 as Spain's first independent classical label by guitarist/luthier Jose Miguel Moreno and violin- ist/violist Emilio Moreno — brothers who felt they had to work outside the usual

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