Francesc Mariner (1720 - 1789) organista de la Catedral de Barcelona
Both article's versions last actualized August 9th
By the initiative of the recently deceased Dr. Josep Dolcet i Rodríguez, https://www.trito.es/es/blog/7908/expresamos-nuestro-mas-sentido-pesame-por-la-muerte-de-nuestro-companero-y-amigo-josep-dolcet1961-2020
Edicions Tritó had published the following scores: https://www.trito.es/en/shop/article/5616/harpsichord-works
This is the psalmody (sets of versets for each of the eight tones) of Mariner which most sources -dated up to the first third of the 19th century- are found of:
An "Obra", title often found for Spanish organ works of the second half of the 18th century, is at least a fugue, but many consist of various parts. Mostly it is a fugue whith a prelude, but in some cases like this one it has several parts more expected to be played consequently to the end. For this Obra we find two versions: One dated in 1784, Francesc Mariner Obra de 5. tono punto alto 1784.pdf which has a modified version of the fugue compared to that dated in 1767.
The 1767 version is contained in the transcriptions of William R. Shannon: https://imslp.org/wiki/Category:Mariner,_Francesc
The Tientos look to be old in comparison to the birth date of the author. But they are not found among the works of Cabanilles or Josep Elies. Other Barcelona composers born already in the 18th century followed that older style as well.
The better part of the sonatas for trumpet stops: Francesc Mariner Tocates de clarins.pdf
A curious virtuosistic sonata: Francesc Mariner Sonata en la menor III.14 MIDI file
An attributable fugue: Francesc Mariner Paso vivo.pdf
Copyright: Martin Voortman