Juan de Anchieta was a composer who also had the occasion to sing in Queen Isabella’s courtroom. (This afforded him the chance to sing with La Rue, Agricola, and de Orto.) A few of his compositions had been praised by Francisco de Salinas as well as later on, Cervantes. Extant can be his “En Memoria d’Alixandre,” and typically the most popular “Dos anades.” Anchieta’s music was both liquid and pleasant towards the hearing. His chordal progressions had been simple, constructed on origins and periodic but uncommon thirds. Sacred functions consist of “Missa Rex virginum,” and a “Magnificat” in three parts. Oddly enough, Iganatius Loyola was Anchieta’s cousin.