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Sheet music for Jose Marin
Vocal and Guitar
Composed by Jose Marin. Book Only. Union Musical Ediciones #MUSUMG20653. Published by Union Musical Ediciones (BT.MUSUMG20653).
Voice and baroque guitar (guitar)
Notation and Tablature. Composed by Jose Marin. Performance score. With Standard notation. 224 pages. Chanterelle #ECH0521. Published by Chanterelle (PR.ECH0521).
By Mercedes Hernandez; Francisco Fernandez-Rueda; Manuel Vilas; Yetzabel Arias Fernandez; Eligio Luis Quinteiro; Santi Miron; Ars Atlantica. By Various. Classical. CD (1 disc). Published by Naxos (NX.8573678).
By Romina Basso, Alberto Mesirca, and Vittoria Giacobazzi. By Manuel de Falla (1876-1946), Federico Garcia Lorca (1899-1936), Jose Marin, Frederic Mompou, Alonso Mudarra, Juan Hidalgo de Polanco, and Joaquin Rodrigo (1901-1999). Classical. Listening CD. Published by Brilliant Classics (NX.BRI95222).
By Musica Ficta; Jairo Serrano; Carlos Serrano; Julian Navarro; Elisabeth Wright. By Juan Aranes; Juan Cabanilles; Martin y Coll; Antonio De Santa Cruz; Michel Farinel; Gaspar Fernandes; Juan Hidalgo; Manuel Machado; Jose Marin; Gaspar Sanz Francisco de Vidales. Classical. Listening CD (1 disc). Published by Centaur (NX.CRC3501).
By Juan Carlos Rivera, Armoniosi Concerti, and Marivi Blasco. By Juan de Zelis, Juan Hidalgo, Sebastian Duron (1660-1716), Jose Marin, Francisco Monjo, and Anonymous. Classical. Listening CD. Published by Naxos (NX.NL3032).
The century (17th) is brought to a close by Jose Marín (1619–1699), whose career reads like a picaresque novel (he seems to have combined murder and highway robbery with composing and singing in church choirs). He was imprisoned and sentenced to the galleys, but managed to escape, and ended his days in an exemplary manner. His song “Corazon que en prision” (Heart That in Duress), is supposed to refer to the period of his imprisonment. He wrote music for zarzuelas by the dramatist Juan Bautista Diamante, one of the followers of Calderon.
[Sent by Patrick Rea <firstname.lastname@example.org>; Source: “The Music of Spain”, Gilbert Chase (1959) p. 103.]
His obituary appeared in the Gaceta de Madrid on 17 March 1699, so he must have died shortly before that date.