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Top Spanish composers: All

Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 Alejandro Sanz (born 1968) popular music composer and singer 1360
2 Manuel de Falla (1876–1946), 20th century composer, best known for The Three-Cornered Hat 592
3 Pablo de Sarasate (1844–1908), Romantic era virtuoso violinist and composer 396
4 Fernando Sor (1778–1839), Classical/Romantic era composer for the guitar 326
5 Camilo Sesto (born 1946), popular music composer and singer 298
6 Enrique Granados (1867–1916), nationalist composer and pianist, influenced later composers such as Manuel de Falla 296
7 Vicente Amigo (born 1967), composer 173
8 Antonio Soler (1729–1783), wrote sonatas and concertos for the harpsichord and organ 115
9 Federico Mompou (1893–1987), composer 113
10 Federico Moreno Torroba (1891–1982), composer 96
11 Sabicas (1912–1990), composer 90
12 Gaspar Sanz (1640–1710), Baroque era guitar composer 90
13 Robert Gerhard (1896–1970) 73
14 Leonardo Balada (born 1933), composer, naturalized American 72
15 Manuel Alejandro (born 1969), contemporary song composer 70
16 Xavier Montsalvatge (1912–2002), composer 61
17 Alonso Mudarra (1510–1580), composer 51
18 Diego Ortiz (1510–1570), composer 50
19 Salvador Bacarisse (1898-1963), composer 41
20 Amadeo Vives (1871–1932), composer 39
21 Manuel Valls (1920–1984), composer 27
22 Luis de Pablo (born 1930), composer 26
23 Gabriel Erkoreka (born 1969), composer 25
24 Federico Chueca (1846–1908), composer 22
25 Narciso Casanovas (1747–1799), composer 21
26 Emilio Arrieta (1821–1894), composer 21
27 Juan J. Colomer (born 1966), composer 20
28 Juan Hidalgo de Polanco (1614–1685), composer and harpist 19
29 Juan de Anchieta (1462–1523), composer 19
30 Ernesto Halffter (1905–1989), composer 19
31 Rodolfo Halffter (1900–1987), composer 18
32 Josep Mestres Quadreny (born 1929), composer 15
33 Ramon Lazkano (born 1968), composer 14
34 Joan Pau Pujol (1570–1626), composer 14
35 Joan Baptista Pla (1720–1773), composer 13
36 Ricard Lamote de Grignon (1899–1965), composer 11
37 Pedro Vilarroig (born 1954), contemporary neo-tonal composer. 10
38 David del Puerto (born 1964), composer 9
39 Gonzalo de Olavide (1934–2005), composer 8
40 Paco de Lucía (born 1947), composer 6
41 Joaquin Homs (1906–2006), composer 5
42 Francisco Tárrega (1852–1909), Romantic era guitarist and composer 5
43 Joaquín Turina (1882–1949), composer of chamber music, piano works, guitar pieces, and songs < 5
44 Antón García Abril (born 1933), composer < 5
45 Antonio de Cabezón (1510–1566), composer < 5
46 Joaquín Rodrigo (1901–1999), 20th century composer, wrote the Concierto de Aranjuez for classical guitar and orchestra < 5
47 Felipe Pedrell (1841–1922), 19th century composer < 5
48 Joaquín "Quinito" Valverde Sanjuán (1875–1918), composer of zarzuelas < 5
49 Ramón Montoya (1880–1949), composer < 5
50 Cristóbal Halffter (born 1930), composer and conductor < 5
51 Pablo Sorozábal (1897—1988), composer < 5
52 Isaac Albéniz (1860–1909), late Romantic composer and pianist, wrote nationalist works such as Iberia < 5
53 Tomás Marco (born 1942), composer < 5
54 Cristóbal de Morales (1500–1553), composer < 5
55 Niño Ricardo (1904–1972), composer < 5
56 Pedro Sanjuan (1886–1976), composer and conductor < 5
57 Joaquín Valverde Durán (1846–1910), composer of zarzuelas < 5
58 Jaime Nunó (1824–1908), composer < 5
59 José María Sánchez-Verdú (born 1968), composer < 5
60 Antonio Ruiz-Pipò (1934–1997), 20th century composer for the guitar < 5
61 José María Usandizaga (1887–1915) < 5
62 Juan Crisóstomo Arriaga (1806–1826), Romantic composer, nicknamed the "Spanish Mozart" before dying at age 19 < 5
63 Jesús Guridi (1886–1961), composer < 5
64 Ruperto Chapí (1851–1909), composer < 5
65 Tomás Luis de Victoria (1548–1611), composer < 5
66 Ramón Carnicer (1841–1922), composer < 5
67 Tomás Bretón (1850–1923), composer < 5
68 Manolo Sanlúcar (born 1945), composer < 5

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