Blasco de Nebra
Blasco de Nebra
Blasco de Nebula
Mr. Mitsuya of 17 live taught me.
1750 Born in Spain.
It seems it was an organist.
Even if it examines it on the net, it hardly comes out.
Translate the English wiki and apply it as it is.
Manuel Orlandi Blasco de Nebra (May 2, 1750 - September 12, 1784) was a Spanish organist and composer living in Seville.
He was the son of Jose Brasco de Neubla (Lacarra) who was an organist in the Seville Cathedral since 1735, and in 1778 was appointed an assistant organ player in 1768. Forte piano, known for his excellent sight and organ performance, can receive impressions from works that survived. During his short life (he was in front of his father), he made about 170 works, but all of the keyboard instruments still exist.
Although it is stated that 170 works were left in the wiki
26 keyboard Sonatas
It seems to be only.
And it was pretty short lived.
In the same generation
Mozart and its rival (one-sided) Salieri who became famous in the movie Amadeus
Honestly I can not think his music is from this age.
Of course there are elements of classical school but it is gathered, but as an impression it feels very "natural body".
It comes in and suddenly.
Would you be angry if you said that it is close to BGM?
If you listen to such people in those days
There is also a deep emotion.
The number of works is small
I wonder if there are few people to study and players, so they are buried.
Paragraph and sound source are falling on YouTube and something.
Well, like this
BGM for sleeping
Piano of Kamoshi