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Manuel Orlandi Blasco de Nebra (2 May 1750 – 12 September 1784) was a Spanish organist and composer who lived in Seville. He was the son of José Blasco de Nebra (Lacarra), the organist of Seville Cathedral since 1735, and became his assistant organist in 1768, taking over in 1778. He was renowned for his excellent sight-reading and playing of the organ, harpsichord and fortepiano, of which some impression can be obtained from his surviving compositions. During his short life (he predeceased his father), he composed about 170 works, although only 30, all for keyboard instrument, are still in existence.

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  • Manuel Blasco de Nebra (Sevilla, 2 de mayo de 1750 - Sevilla, 12 de diciembre de 1784), compositor, organista y sacerdote español. Baltasar Saldoni es el que primero refiere una breve biografía suya en el siglo XIX. El escrito que habla más ampliamente de su vida es el realizado por Mª Salud Álvarez. Nacido en Sevilla, de familia oriunda de Aragón, e hijo de José Blasco de Nebra, organista de la catedral. Estudió en Sevilla y en Madrid, probablemente con su tío, José Melchor de Nebra, organista oficial de la Capilla Real de Madrid y discípulo de Cavanilles.
  • Manuel Orlandi Blasco de Nebra (2 May 1750 – 12 September 1784) was a Spanish organist and composer who lived in Seville. He was the son of José Blasco de Nebra (Lacarra), the organist of Seville Cathedral since 1735, and became his assistant organist in 1768, taking over in 1778. He was renowned for his excellent sight-reading and playing of the organ, harpsichord and fortepiano, of which some impression can be obtained from his surviving compositions. During his short life (he predeceased his father), he composed about 170 works, although only 30, all for keyboard instrument, are still in existence.
  • Manuel Orlandi Blasco de Nebra (Séville, 2 mai 1750 - Séville, 12 septembre 1784) fut un organiste et compositeur espagnol établi à Séville. Il était le fils de José Blasco de Nebra (Lacarra), organiste de la cathédrale de Séville depuis 1735, devint son assistant en 1768 puis son successeur en 1778. Il était renommé pour sa facilité à déchiffrer à vue et pour son jeu à l'orgue, au clavecin, au pianoforte : on peut avoir une idée de ses dons par l'examen des pièces de sa composition qui nous restent. Pendant sa vie, qui fut courte - il décéda avant son père - il composa environ 170 œuvres, toutes pour instruments à clavier ; il n'en subsiste que 30, notamment :
  • Мануэ́ль Бла́ско де Не́бра (исп. Manuel Blasco de Nebra; 2 мая 1750 Севилья, Испания — 12 сентября 1784 Севилья, Испания) — испанский композитор и органист.
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