Rodrigo de Ceballos
He was born in Aracena (Huelva), and was ordained a priest in Seville in 1556. He was named maestro di capella in Málaga in 1554, in the cathedral of Córdoba in 1556, and in Royal Chapel of Granada in 1561.
He is among the composers of the Andalusian school, alongside better-known composers such as Francisco Guerrero (who, with Pedro Fernández de Castilleja, gave him his holy orders) or Cristobal de Morales. His polyphonic works, preserved in various Spanish and Latin American cathedrals and monasteries, are often confused with those of Francisco de Ceballos, who was maestro at Burgos Cathedral from 1535 to his death in 1571.
- Rodrigo de Ceballos – Lamentaciones Ensemble Gilles Binchois, dir Dominique Vellard. Alma Viva DS0136
- Song of Songs Stile Antico (early music vocal ensemble)
- Canticum Canticorum: Spanish polyphonic settings from the Song of Songs Orchestra of the Renaissance dir Richard Cheetham (conductor), Michael Noone.
- El siglo de Oro: Spanish Sacred Music of the Renaissance London Cornett and Sackbut Ensemble, Pro Cantione Antiqua, dir. Bruno Turner.
- Medieval & Renaissance Gardens In Music Orlando Consort
- Robert J. Snow. "Rodrigo de Ceballos". In Deane L. Root. Grove Music Online. Oxford Music Online. Oxford University Press. (subscription required)
- Hans Federico Neuman Introducción a la música española del Renacimiento p46
- Biography in several languages
- Free scores by Rodrigo de Ceballos in the Choral Public Domain Library (ChoralWiki)
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