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234 ANTONIO MENA CALVO PALABRAS CLAVE: Escuelas organísticas españolas; órgano ibérico; registros de adorno; trompetería de batalla, tiro o artillería; registros bélicos; música marcial orgánica; batalla; tiento de batalla; sonata; siestas musicales y días de batalla. ABSTRACT The main organist schools of Spain have been four: the Catalan-Va-lencia, the Aragonese, the Basque-Navarre and the Castilian. The last one is the basis where on which, in the sixteenth and seventeenth Centuries, the Iberian organ will be constructed. The latter reaches its fullness in the eighteenth Century. Its main characteristic is the “battle” trumpet music. Among the multiple sound records it possesses, the so-called “warlike” ones stand out, whose timbre are near the instruments of the old military fanfares of trumpets, bugles, bombards, etc. To the musical repertory of the Iberian Baroque organ have contributed a good number of compositors from the sixteenth to the eight century, as were for instance S. Aguilera de Heredia, F. Correa de Arauxo, P. Bruna, J.B. Cabanilles and other important ones, with battles, “battle tientos”, toccatas and martial sonatas, etc. KEY WORDS: Spanish organ school, Iberian organ, ornamental re-gisters, battle trumpet music, shooting or artillery, warlike registers, organic martial music, battle, battle “tiento”, Sonata, musical “siestas” and battle days. * * * * * Revista de Historia Militar, II extraordinario de 2016, pp. 234-253. ISSN: 0482-5748


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