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Valls, Francisco, approximately 1671-1747

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    • Valls, Francesc, approximately 1671-1747
    • Valls i Galan, Francesc, approximately 1671-1747
    • Galan, Francesc Valls i, approximately 1671-1747
    • Valls, F., approximately 1671-1747
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    • found: His Missa Scala aretina, c1978:t.p. (Francisco Valls) introd. (b. ca. 1672; d. Barcelona, prob. 6/3/1747)
    • found: New Grove(b. 1665 in Barcelona; d. 2/2/1747 in Barcelona; Spanish composer)
    • found: Pavia i Simó, Josep. La música en Cataluña en el siglo XVIII, 1997:title page (Francesc Valls (1671c.-1747))
    • found: Valls, Francisco. Missa Scala aretina, 2014:label (Francesc Valls) container (ca. 1671-1747) insert (Spanish Baroque composer and theorist. Nothing is known of his life before 1696, and although he has always been believed to be a native of Catalonia, it is likely that he was born, or at least trained, in Valencia, as many of the musicians he cites as authorities in his theoretical writings are Valencians and none are Catalonians. For most of his career he served as maestro de capilla of Barcelona Cathedral.)
    • found: Grove music online, July 24, 2015(Valls, Francesc (Francisco); born 1665?, Barcelona?, died February 3, 1747, Barcelona; Catalan composer and theorist. His birth date is usually given as 1665, but Pavia i Simó (1990) proposed a date of about 1671, based on evidence from Valls's Missa regalis.)
    • found: Wikipedia, July 24, 2015(Francisco Valls; born 1665/1671, Barcelona, died February 2, 1747; Spanish composer, theorist, and maestro de capilla)
    • found: Catalan Wikipedia, July 24, 2015(Francesc Valls i Galan; born ca. 1671, Barcelona?, died February 2 (or February 3, July 3), 1747)
    • found: Spanish Wikipedia, July 24, 2015(Francisco Valls; Francesc Valls i Galan; born about 1671, Barcelona?, died June 3, 1747; Spanish Baroque composer and musical theorist)
    • found: VIAF, July 24, 2015(authorized access points: Valls, Francisco, 1665-1747; Valls, Francisco, 1671?-1747; Valls, Francesc, 1665-1747 (National Library of Catalonia); 30 variant access points listed)
    • found: Dicc. de la música española e hispanoamericana(Valls, Francisco; born ca. 1671, Barcelona, died June 3, 1747, place unknown; maestro de capilla and theorist; his birth date is uncertain; while some authors have supposed it to be about 1665, a document published by Pavía in 1986, signed by Valls on December 17, 1696, asserts that the date is not before 1671, as he stated that he was 25, while another document from 1741 (Missa regalis) cites his age as 70)
    • found: Pavia i Simó, Josep. La música en Cataluña en el siglo XVIII, 1997:title page (Francesc Valls (1671c.-1747) biografía; pages 12-13 (F. Valls; Francesc Valls. J.R. Carreras i Bulbena opined, based on a hypothetical baptismal certificate in the archives of Santa María del Mar, Barcelona, that Valls was baptized on December 27, 1665. Pavia i Simó concludes that, based on a notarial document on December 17, 1696, in which Valls gave his age as 25, and a statement in the manuscript of the Missa regalis, 1740, indicating that he was 69 or 70, that he was born about 1671.) page 19 (his death must have occurred the day of or the day before his burial on June 3, 1747) catálogo (name given consistently as Valls, Francisco, 1671c-1747)
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