Antonio de Cabezon
Antonio de Cabezón (30 March 1510, Castrillo de Matajudios, Spain – 16 May 1566, Madrid) was a Spanish composer and organist during the Renaissance.
Cabezón received most of his musical training in Palencia. In 1526, he became organist in the chapel of Quee isabella. He later served Philip II, often traveling abroad with him, and he was instrumental in Philip's marriage to Queen Mary of English.
Blind from early childhood, Cabezón is best known for his short liturgical works for the organ. He was also one of the greatest organ and clavichord performers and composers of the 16th century.
Works for Winds
- Prelude in the Dorian Mode (scored Grainger; ed. Brion and Brand) (c. 1550/1937-1941)
- Antonio de Cabezón, Wikipedia Accessed 17 January 2017
- Heritage Encyclopedia of Band Music. "Antonio de Cabezón." Accessed 17 January 2017
- Miles, Richard B., and Larry Blocher. 2002. Teaching Music Through Performance in Band. Volume 4. Chicago: GIA Publications. pp. 365-369.