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List of zarzuela composers

Score cover for the zarzuela
La Gran Vía, composed by Federico Chueca and Joaquín Valverde.

Zarzuela, is a lyric-dramatic art form which alternates between spoken and sung scenes. The latter incorporate both operatic arias and choruses and popular songs, as well as dance. The genre originated in Spain as a court entertainment in the 17th century and is still performed today, primarily in Spain, Latin America and the Philippines. The following is a list of composers who have written works in this genre.

Poster for Doña Francisquita composed by Amadeo Vives

See also: List of operetta composers

Notes

  1. ^ Francisco Alonso on the Spanish WorldHeritage
  2. ^ Joaquín Gaztambide on the Spanish WorldHeritage
  3. ^ Jacinto Guerrero on the Spanish WorldHeritage
  4. ^ Jesús Guridi on the Spanish WorldHeritage
  5. ^ Pablo Luna on the Spanish WorldHeritage
  6. ^ Christopher Webber, Rafael Millán, Zarzuela!, 2002.
  7. ^ Alberto Joya, Rodrigo Prats (1909–1980), Mundo Clásico, August 28, 1999 (based on
    Helio Orovio, Diccionario de la Música Cubana, Havana: Editorial Letras Cubanas, 1981).
  8. ^ Christopher Webber, Reveriano Soutullo Otero, Zarzuela!, 2008.
  9. ^ Joaquín Valverde on the Spanish WorldHeritage
  10. ^ Juan Vert on the Spanish WorldHeritage

External links

  • Zarzuela!Zarzuela composer biographies on
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