Hilarión Eslava

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Hilarión Eslava

Miguel Hilarión Eslava y Elizondo (21 October 1807 in Burlada, Navarra - 23 July 1878 in Madrid) was a Spanish composer and pedagogue from Navarre.[1] He was co-founder of the society La España Musical with Emilio Arrieta, Francisco Asenjo Barbieri, and Joaquín Gaztambide to defend Spanish opera and zarzuela.


  1. ^ Zallo, Ramón (2007). Basques, Today: Culture, History and Society in the Age of Diversity and Knowledge. Alberdania. p. 196. ISBN 9788496643598. The nineteenth century, especially the period of Romanticism, was splendid, ..and Navarrans Hilarion Eslava (composer and pedagogue), Pablo Sarasate (violinist) and ...

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