THE ART OF SPANISH VARIATIONS “Conde Claros” and other Spanish Vihuela Music At the end of the fifteenth century a truly national musical style grew up in Spain, especially in the music written during the reign of Ferdinand of Aragon and Isabella of Castile. They were married in 1469 and with that a new age of prosperity and stability started. The arts flourished. After the last Saracens were expelled from Granada in 1492 (the same year of the discovery of the New World by Columbus) Spain became one big catholic empire…..Download booklet
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