Miguel de Fuenllana

Miguel de Fuenllana

  • Born
    1525
  • Died
    1579
  • Birthplace
    Navalcarnero, Madrid, Spain
Miguel de Fuenllana was a Spanish vihuelist and composer of the Renaissance. Fuenllana was adept at finding apt harmonies and counterpoint to popular melodies: some of these traditional pieces are De los alamos vengo, madre, used by Lope de Vega; Morenica, dame, Con que la lavare, De Antequera sale el moro, and the romance of the loss of Antequera; thus, he presaged the coming of the accompanied melody of the Italians at the beginning of the seventeenth century.

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