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Pasapie Viejo by Santiago de Murcia

Pasapie Viejo by Santiago de Murcia (1673–1739)

Until new research was published in 2008, few details about the life of Santiago de Murcia were known. One of the important aspects of the music of Murcia is his interest in a wide range of pre-existing music for guitar, including that by Spanish, French and Italian composers, and in popular dance forms which probably originated in Africa (rather than Mexico).

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Pasapie Nuevo by Santiago de Murcia

Pasapie Nuevo by Santiago de Murcia (1673–1739)

Until new research was published in 2008, few details about the life of Santiago de Murcia were known. One of the important aspects of the music of Murcia is his interest in a wide range of pre-existing music for guitar, including that by Spanish, French and Italian composers, and in popular dance forms which probably originated in Africa (rather than Mexico).

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Allegro by Santiago de Murcia

Allegro by Santiago de Murcia (1673–1739)

Until new research was published in 2008, few details about the life of Santiago de Murcia were known. One of the important aspects of the music of Murcia is his interest in a wide range of pre-existing music for guitar, including that by Spanish, French and Italian composers, and in popular dance forms which probably originated in Africa (rather than Mexico).

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Cancion O Tocata by Santiago de Murcia

Cancion O Tocata by Santiago de Murcia (1673–1739)

Until new research was published in 2008, few details about the life of Santiago de Murcia were known. One of the important aspects of the music of Murcia is his interest in a wide range of pre-existing music for guitar, including that by Spanish, French and Italian composers, and in popular dance forms which probably originated in Africa (rather than Mexico).

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Folias Ytalianas by Santiago de Murcia

Folias Ytalianas by Santiago de Murcia (1673–1739)

Until new research was published in 2008, few details about the life of Santiago de Murcia were known. One of the important aspects of the music of Murcia is his interest in a wide range of pre-existing music for guitar, including that by Spanish, French and Italian composers, and in popular dance forms which probably originated in Africa (rather than Mexico).

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El Cotillon by Santiago de Murcia

El Cotillon by Santiago de Murcia (1673–1739)

Until new research was published in 2008, few details about the life of Santiago de Murcia were known. One of the important aspects of the music of Murcia is his interest in a wide range of pre-existing music for guitar, including that by Spanish, French and Italian composers, and in popular dance forms which probably originated in Africa (rather than Mexico).

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La Christian by Santiago de Murcia

La Christian by Santiago de Murcia (1673–1739)

Until new research was published in 2008, few details about the life of Santiago de Murcia were known. One of the important aspects of the music of Murcia is his interest in a wide range of pre-existing music for guitar, including that by Spanish, French and Italian composers, and in popular dance forms which probably originated in Africa (rather than Mexico).

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Prelude and Allegro by Santiago de Murcia

Prelude and Allegro by Santiago de Murcia (1673–1739)
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Until new research was published in 2008, few details about the life of Santiago de Murcia were known. One of the important aspects of the music of Murcia is his interest in a wide range of pre-existing music for guitar, including that by Spanish, French and Italian composers, and in popular dance forms which probably originated in Africa (rather than Mexico).

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L Tia y la Sobrina by Santiago de Murcia

L Tia y la Sobrina by Santiago de Murcia (1673–1739)
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Until new research was published in 2008, few details about the life of Santiago de Murcia were known. One of the important aspects of the music of Murcia is his interest in a wide range of pre-existing music for guitar, including that by Spanish, French and Italian composers, and in popular dance forms which probably originated in Africa (rather than Mexico).

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Grave by Santiago de Murcia

Grave by Santiago de Murcia (1673–1739)
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Until new research was published in 2008, few details about the life of Santiago de Murcia were known. One of the important aspects of the music of Murcia is his interest in a wide range of pre-existing music for guitar, including that by Spanish, French and Italian composers, and in popular dance forms which probably originated in Africa (rather than Mexico).

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