Rafael Aceves y Lozano
1837 – 1876
Who was Rafael Aceves y Lozano?
Rafael Aceves y Lozano was a Spanish composer. He studied at the Madrid Conservatory, earning a gold medal in 1863. He was especially known for his sacred music compositions of which his Stabat Mater is the best known.
Together with a colleague composer, Llanos, he composed the opera Puñal El of misericordia in 1869, with which he was again recognized with a medal. He went on to compose a number of zarzuela, including La bola negra, Sensitiva, a collaborative composition, El trono de Escocia, with Manuel Fernández Caballero, and El Testamento Azul with Francisco Asenjo Barbieri. He also wrote the opera El manco de Lepanto - Episodio histórico en un acto y en verso in homage to Cervantes which tells the story of the writer's captivity and release in Argel. He also composed a parody of Cristóbal Oudrid's El molinero of Subiza entitled El carbonero of Subiza.
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- Mar 20, 1837
- Feb 21, 1876
on July 23, 2013
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