He published masses and motets, some for double choir (1602), and many other sacred works.
Born Osuna, ca. 1555; died Seville, 5 April 1617, Spanish composer. A choirboy at Seville Cathedral, he studied at Osuna University and was a canon there by 1591. He assisted Guerrero at Seville Cathedral from 1591, becoming maestro de capilla of Toledo Cathedral in 1593 and of Seville in 1604. Victoria esteemed him as an equal and he was long regarded as one of the finest Spanish composers.