Gregorio Paniagua
GREGORIO PANIAGUA (DIRECTOR OF THE ENSEMBLE, CELLO, VIOLA DA GAMBA, LUTE)




Anonymous, ancient Greek composers - Anonymous Bellerman 97-104 (excerpts from the exercise of instrumental music of anonymous treatises; ca. IV century AD)
Anonymous, - Early Music: Anonymous XIV c. `Llibre Vermell de Montserrat`(XIV c.) `Cuncti simus concanentes`
Anonymous, ancient Greek composers - Excerpt peana (the Berlin Papyrus 6870, ca 160 AD)
Anonymous, ancient Greek composers - Fragment from Michigan papyrus 2958 (P.Michigan 2958; II century AD.)
Anonymous, ancient Greek composers - Fragment from Vienna papyrus 29,825 (P.Wien 29825; III-II century. AD)
Anonymous, ancient Greek composers - Fragment of Oslo papyrus (P.Oslo 1413; I-II century AD)
Anonymous, ancient Greek composers - Fragment of papyrus Oxyrhynchus 2436 (P.Oxy 2436; possibly a fragment from Euripides` tragedy Meleager `; II c. AD)
Anonymous, ancient Greek composers - Fragment of Zeno Papyrus (P.Zenon 59 533; III c. BC.)
Anonymous, ancient Greek composers - Instrumental pieces of Kontrapollinopolisa (lines 13-15, 20-22 of the Berlin Papyrus 6870, ca 160 AD)
Anonymous, ancient Greek composers - Lament Tecmessa for Ajax the Great (pp. 16-19, 23 (?) of the Berlin Papyrus 6870, possibly a fragment of a lost tragedy by Aeschylus, `Ajax`, ca. 160 AD)
Anonymous, ancient Greek composers - `Homeric hymn ` (Pseudo-Homer)
Anonymous, ancient Greek composers - `Oxyrhynchus anthem` (Christian hymn of the Holy Trinity; P.Oxy 1786; end of III century BC.)
Aristophanes, - `Aenaoi Nefelai` (from the `Clouds`; V-IV c. BC)
Athenaeus, - The first hymn of Apollo at Delphi (c. 138 BC)
Crete, Mesomedes - Hymn to Helios
Crete, Mesomedes - Hymn to Nemesis
Crete, Mesomedes - Hymn to the Muse
Euripides, Salamis - A piece of music first antistrophe of the tragedy `Orestes (III c. BC)
Flaccus, - Line fragment 861 from the comedy `The mother in law` Publius Terence Afr (II c. BCE).
Limenius, - The second hymn of Apollo at Delphi (Limenius; c. 128 BC)
Milano, Francesco Canova da - Spagna
Nazianzus, Gregory - A fragment of an early Christian singing (Poem. Mor 1,11 f Migne 37, 523; IV century AD)
Pindar, Boeotia - First Pythian Ode
Seikilos, - Seikilos epitaph (ca. 100-200 AD)
Torre, Francisco de la - `La Spagna` (Danza Alta)
 
     
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