Through the entire Baroque period, Alonso Lobo’s music was respectable in Portugal, Mexico, and Spain. A few of his function, like a six-voice lamentations for Holy Sunday, earned a reputation that considerably outlasted his lifestyle. Lobo’s known designs range between a typically Spanish (and gorgeous) blending from the Palestrinian idiom using a exciting, erudite profundity towards the majestic polychoral types of Tomás Luis de Victoria. Victoria, that has held his popularity as the best Spanish author of the time, regarded Lobo his identical. Lobo was created in the city of Osuna, Spain, to parents who had been both natives of the area. By age 11, he previously become a youngster chorister on the Seville Cathedral. Professional curiosity led him afterwards to study rules at Osuna School, and on Sept 20, 1581, level at hand, he attained a post as section secretary. A guy of many abilities, Lobo was a cannon within five years. Francisco Guerrero, the maestro di cappella at Seville Cathedral at that time, was now a lot more than 60 years outdated and looking for help along with his responsibilities, therefore in 1591 Lobo was produced his associate. In the same 12 months, Lobo required on full obligations for the choir while Guerrero was aside. Lobo then continued to get a maestro di cappella post for himself in the Toledo Cathedral in 1593. Lobo came back towards the Seville Cathedral in 1604, Guerrero having passed away in 1599, to consider in the maestro di cappella post there. He appears to have remained on at Seville until his loss of life in 1617. Fortunately, a great number of Lobo’s functions survive within a collection released in 1602. The Liber primus missarum includes six public and seven motets; well-used copies from the Liber primus survive in Portugal, Mexico, and Spain.