Francisco Guerau  died was a Spanish Baroque composer. Born on Majorca , he entered the singing school at the Royal College in Madrid in , becoming a member of the Royal Chapel as an alto singer and composer ten years later. Named a member of the Royal Chamber of king Charles II of Spain in , he also served as a teacher at the singing school until From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Francesc Guerau. Francesc Guerau i el seu temps.
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We move towards the close of the 17 th century for the Spanish composer who helped to make the Baroque guitar popular, Francisco Guerau.
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Spanish composer. Francisco Guerau was probably born in Majorca in , and he received his musical education at the Royal College for the Little Singers in Madrid which he joined at the age of ten. This institution, like many others in Europe at that time, brought together gifted children to be taught singing and music, taking charge of their education with the help of a subsidy. The post of "Master of the Little Singers" which Guerau held much later, in , was far from easy. This was certainly not easy, either for the Master or indeed for the children.
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