Eduardo PaniaguaEduardo Paniagua (born 1952 in Madrid, Spain) is a Spanish architect and musician, specializing in medieval Spanish music.
Between 1966 and 1983, he was a member of the group Atrium Musicae de Madrid, led by his older brother Gregorio, playing wind instruments and percussion. More recently he has been a founding member of the groups Cálamus and Hoquetus which specialize in the music of Al-Andalus (Arabic Andalusia).
In 1994, he created the group Música Antigua to perform and record the Cantigas de Santa Maria. In the same year he also founded the group Ibn Báya Ensemble together with the oud player Omar Metioui, for the performance and recording of Andalusian music. Other regular collaborators include Moroccan singers Said Belcadi, Mohammed El-Arabi Serghini, and the Algerian oud player Salim Fergani.
Paniagua also founded and currently manages the record label Pneuma through which he has published a number of his own recordings. Some of the recordings are reissues of earlier Sony Hispánica recordings, or compilations from other Pneuma recordings. Provided by Wikipedia
Unidad y heterogeneidad durante el Período Formativo en Costa Rica (2000-300 a.C.), una propuesta de interacción cultural
Published in 2013
Fuente Portal de Revistas UCR
by Chinchilla-Brenes, Sonia; Guillén-Sánchez, Edgar; Ortiz-Quesada, Giannina; Rivas, Marcos; Navarro-Serrano, Hugo; Paniagua, Eduardo; Sandoval, Milton; Méndez, Maikel; Fournier, Rolando; Mora, Ronald
Published in 2006