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Fernández Arbós, Enrique.


See Arbós, Enrique Fernández.

Fernández Caballero, Manuel.


See Caballero, Manuel Fernández.

Fernández de Heute, Diego.


See Huete, Diego Fernández de.

Fernández de la Cuesta (y González de Prado), Ismael


(b Neila, Province of Burgos, 11 Dec 1939). Spanish musicologist and choral conductor. While an intern at the Benedictine monastery of Santo Domingo de Silos he was head boy chorister. From 1958 to 1962 he studied at the Solesmes abbey, where his teachers included Dom Joseph Gajard. On returning to Silos he was appointed director of the monastic choir, which had a triumphal début in Madrid in 1972. In 1973–4 he studied the Mozarabic codices in the British Library and translated Salinas’s epochal treatise into Spanish. He resumed secular status in 1975, and in the summer of 1978, after numerous teaching appointments, joined the faculty of the Real Conservatorio Superior de Música at Madrid and in 1983 rose to tenured professor of Gregorian chant. He became a member of the three-person editorial board of the Diccionario de la música española e hispanoamericana in 1988.

Elected president of the Spanish Musicological Society in 1984, Fernández de la Cuesta edited, with the help of his pupil Alfonso de Vicente, the entire proceedings of the 15th meeting of the IMS hosted in Spain in 1992. He continued in 1996 to lead a touring Gregorian choir in the United States and Australia, and between 1992 and 1997 received a succession of the highest national and international recognitions for his books, articles, editions and recordings.


WRITINGS


‘Fragmento de un salterio visigótico con notación musical’, RdMc, ii (1979), 9–18

‘Los cantos monódicos en el “Misterio de Elche”’, ‘Catalogación de cantorales o libros de facistol’, RdMc, iv (1981), 41–9, 325–30



Desde los orígenes hasta el ‘Ars Nova’, Historia de la música española, i (Madrid, 1983)

Francisco Salinas: siete libros sobre la música (Madrid, 1983)

‘Samuel Rubio en la musicología española’, RdMc, vi (1983), 9–15

‘Los elementos melódicos en las Cantigas de Santa María’, ‘Fragmento polifónico del Ars Antiqua en Castilla’, RdMc, vii (1984), 5–44, 453–66

‘La irrupción del canto gregoriano en España’, RdMc, viii (1985), 239–48

‘Las Cantigas de Santa María: replanteamiento musicológico de la cuestión’, ‘El teatro litúrgico romance a través de sus vestigios en la tradición oral’, RdMc, x (1987), 15–37, 383–99

‘Música en la Edad Media: diez capítulos comentados’, Revista musical de venezuela, no.26 (1988), 111–76

‘Aspectos codicológicos del manuscrito polifónico de Las Huelgas’, RdMc, xiii (1990), 393–400

‘La restauración del canto gregoriano en la España del siglo XIX’, RdMc, xiv (1991), 481–8

‘Apuntes sobre la musicología en España’, La musicología española en el contexto internacional, ed. I. Fernandez de la Cuesta and E. Guijarro Parra (Madrid, 1992), 59–82 [repr. of programme for IMS conference, Barcelona 1936]

‘El canto viejo-hispánico y el canto viejo-galicano’, IMSCR XV: Madrid 1992 [RdMc, xvi (1993)], 438–56

‘Relectura de la teoría de Julián Ribera sobre la influencia de la música arábigo-andaluza en las Cantigas de Santa María y en las canciones de los trovadores, troveros y minnesingers’, ibid., 385–95

‘Sobre la Biblioteca Musical de Silos’, RdMc, xv (1992), 373–8

‘La época del gótico en la cultura española (c1200–c1480), iv: La música’, Historia de España Menéndez Pidal, xvi, ed. J.M. Jover Zamora (Madrid, 1994), 745–85

‘El libro de la Coronación de Reyes del Escoial’, Nassarre, x (1994), 61–96



with H. de Mena and others: ‘Libros de música litúrgica impresos en España antes de 1900’, Música: revista del Real Conservatorio Superior de Música de Madrid, i (1994), 63–88

‘La cultura del Románico: siglos XI al XII, iv: La música’, Historia de España Menéndez Pidal, xi, ed. J.M. Jover Zamora (Madrid, 1995), 491–528

‘Lo efimero y lo permanente en la música tradicional’, Música: revista del Real Conservatorio Superior de Música de Madrid, ii (1995), 73–101

EDITIONS


Las Cançons dels Trobadors (Toulouse, 1979)

Antiphonale Silense (Madrid, 1985)

BIBLIOGRAPHY


E. Ray García: ‘Ismael Fernández de la Cuesta: músico y maestro’, Inter-American Music Review, xiii/1 (1992–3), 99–107

ROBERT STEVENSON


Fernández Palero, Francisco


(b Guadalajara; d Granada, 26 Sept 1597). Spanish composer and organist, erroneously referred to in some sources as Francisco Pérez Palero. He served for 40 years as organist of the royal chapel at Granada. His advice was frequently sought as an organ expert and as a judge of candidates for musical posts at Granada and elsewhere; but his intrigues against the choirmaster Ambrosio Cotes, resulting in a bitter legal wrangle in 1591, show his character in an unfavourable light. He was almost certainly the composer of the 14 pieces ascribed to ‘Palero’ in the first Spanish keyboard tablature, Libro de cifra nueva (Alcalá, 1557; edn, MME, ii, 1944), compiled by Luis Venegas de Henestrosa; one of the pieces bears his full name. All except one tiento are elaborations (glosas) on borrowed material, including Gregorian hymns, Spanish romance melodies, mass movements by Josquin, motets by ‘Jachet’, Verdelot and Mouton and a chanson by Crecquillon. The monophonic material is treated in cantus firmus technique, the polyphonic material either in tiento style (with free imitation on initial motifs) or as embellished transcriptions. Fernández Palero’s textures are filled with lively quaver movement, at times skilfully handled but often harsh and seemingly aimless.

BIBLIOGRAPHY


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F. Pedrell: ‘Ambrosio de Cotes’, Diccionario biográfico y bibliográfico de músicos y escritores de música españoles (Barcelona, 1894–7)

J.M. Ward: ‘The Use of Borrowed Material in 16th-Century Instrumental Music’, JAMS, v (1952), 88–98

A. Llordén: ‘Notas históricas de los maestros de capilla y organistas, mozos de coro y seises de la catedral de Málaga’, AnM, xvi (1961), 99–148

J.M. Álvarez Pérez: ‘El organista Francisco de Salinas’, AnM, xviii (1963), 21–44

J. López-Calo: La música en la catedral de Granada en el siglo XVI (Granada, 1963)

M. Querol Gavaldá: ‘La canción popular en los organistas españoles del siglo XVI’, AnM, xxi (1966), 61–86

ALMONTE HOWELL




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