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Mateo Romero (Mathieu Rosmarin), also called "Maestro Capitán" because he was a soldier before being a priest, worked in the Spanish an Portuguese courts as Master Chapel.
 
Mateo Romero (Mathieu Rosmarin), also called "Maestro Capitán" because he was a soldier before being a priest, worked in the Spanish an Portuguese courts as Master Chapel.
  

Latest revision as of 18:47, 8 March 2020

Aliases: Maestro Capitán

Life

Born: Lieja (Belgium), ca. 1575

Died: Madrid (Spain), 1647

Biography

Mateo Romero (Mathieu Rosmarin), also called "Maestro Capitán" because he was a soldier before being a priest, worked in the Spanish an Portuguese courts as Master Chapel.


List of choral works

 
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Publications

External links

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