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Juan Hidalgo de Polanco (28 September 1614 – 31 March 1685) was a Spanish composer and harpist who became the most influential composer of his time in the Hispanic world writing the music for the first two operas created in Spanish. He is considered by many to be the father of Spanish Opera and of the Zarzuela His life is the basis of a novel, The Harpist of Madrid, by the English author Gordon Thomas.

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  • Juan Hidalgo (de) Polanco (Madrid, 28 de septiembre de 1614-Madrid, 31 de marzo de 1685), fue un compositor y arpista español perteneciente al periodo barroco, uno de los autores de música teatral más prolíficos de la segunda mitad del siglo XVII y considerado como el padre de la opera española y de la Zarzuela.
  • Juan Hidalgo de Polanco (28 September 1614 – 31 March 1685) was a Spanish composer and harpist who became the most influential composer of his time in the Hispanic world writing the music for the first two operas created in Spanish. He is considered by many to be the father of Spanish Opera and of the Zarzuela His life is the basis of a novel, The Harpist of Madrid, by the English author Gordon Thomas.
  • Juan Hidalgo de Polanco (ou, selon les sources, Juan Hidalgo Polanco, mais il est de coutume dans la musicologie de le désigner Juan Hidalgo, ainsi qu’il signait ses partitions ; Madrid, 28 septembre 1614 – ibid., 31 mars 1685), est un compositeur espagnol de la période baroque. Harpiste à la cour de Madrid, il est l'auteur de la plus ancienne partition à ce jour entièrement conservée d'un opéra espagnol (bien que l’intitulé « opéra » n’existait pas à cette époque, aussi bien en Espagne qu’en Italie, les deux seuls pays où ce genre lyrique assimilé proliférait). Il s'agit de Celos aun del aire matan (1660), sur un livret de Calderón de la Barca. On y retrouve déjà les premiers éléments d'un style national proprement hispanique, ce qui contribua à faire de Juan Hidalgo l'un des auteurs de m
  • HARPISTE DE LA CHAPELLE ROYALE
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