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Sheet music for Jose Marin
cello — —
Composed by Marin Marais (1656-1728). Published by Editions Robert Martin (RM.AZ1423).
2 Viola da Gambas and Harpsichord — Score Only —
Composed by Marin Marais (1656-1728). Score Only. Heugel & Cie #ALHE32170. Published by Heugel & Cie (BT.ALHE32170).
Viola da Gamba Solo — Score Only —
Composed by Marin Marais (1656-1728). Score Only. Heugel & Cie #ALHE32530. Published by Heugel & Cie (BT.ALHE32530).
— — Classical
By Risto-Matti Marin. By Eero Hameenniemi, Juho Miettinen, Matei Gheorghiu, and Matthew Whittall. Classical. Alba Records #ABCD 423. Published by Alba Records (NX.ABCD-423).
Flute — Softcover —
Composed by Marin Marais (1656-1728). Leduc. Softcover. 18 pages. Alphonse Leduc #AL28856. Published by Alphonse Leduc (HL.48185351).
Strings — Softcover —
Allemande L'Asmatique. Composed by Marin Marais (1656-1728). Leduc. Softcover. Composed 2015. 3 pages. Heugel & Cie #HE32452. Published by Heugel & Cie (HL.48188363).
Marin Marais "Depiction of a Bladder Stone Operation" (Le Tableau de l‚ÄôOp√©ration de la Taille) for solo cello — Marin Marais
Cello — Solo Part — Classical Period,Baroque Period,Recital
Composed by Marin Marais (1656-1728). Arranged by Randy Calistri-Yeh. Classical Period, Baroque Period, Recital. Solo Part. 2 pages. Published by Custom Chamber Music (S0.338749).
Guitar,Guitar Tab,Guitar (chords only), — Score,Sheet Music Single,Tablature — 20th Century,South American
Composed by Jose Dames - Jose Maria Contursi. Arranged by Roberto Pugliese. 20th Century, South American. Score, Sheet Music Single, Tablature. 12 pages. Published by Roberto Pugliese (S0.123751).
— listening CD (3 discs) —
By Agnes Baltsa, Jose Carreras, Jose Van Dam. By Georges Bizet (1838-1875). Listening CD (3 discs). Published by Deutsche Grammophon (NX.4100882).
— Listening CD (1 disc) — Classical
By Jose Raul Lopez. By Jose Comellas. Classical. Listening CD (1 disc). Published by Toccata Classics (NX.TOCC0347).
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 <email@example.com>; 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.