Rabassa was very active as a composer: not only did he write a large number of choir works (300 catalogued compositions), he also wrote a treatise for beginners, Guía para los principiantes (1725-1730 ca.) that is one of the most important 18th c. sources on compositional technique. Besides this, his works were widely disseminated throughout the Peninsula and in Latin America, and, furthermore, his music has been re-evaluated as can be seen in the numerous re-editions of his works, especially since the 1990s- and many of his Latin works, oratorios, cantatas and villancicos have been performed.
Publications (6)Pere Rabassa
|Baroque music for the Valencia Cathedral (1714-1724)||Choir|
|Sonate for cembalo||Harpsichord|