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He died in Madrid on July 23, Engraving by Belhatte et cie. Following a brief interruption in caused by war, Eslava resumed in his musical studies, focusing on the violin, cello, and bass, while at the same time beginning his religious education. His first compositions date back to this period. His composition activity started to grow there while he continued his ecclesiastical career. Cathedral of Osma The organs date back to the 17th century Gospel side, left and 18th century Epistle side, right.
His application to the latter was dismissed, due to his young age. In Sevilla, he lost the competition for the post by a narrow margin, but in he was ultimately awarded the job when the position became vacant. Eslava remained in Sevilla for almost 12 years, during which he composed a large part of his musical legacy, including several Misereres the first one in and numerous religious pieces.
Shortly after arriving in Sevilla, Eslava received his religious orders as a consecrated priest. La Torre del Oro, Sevilla Oil painting by David Roberts Museo del Prado, Madrid In Sevilla, the Navarrese master earned much popularity both in the musical world, and as an educator and as someone considered close to the people and the traditions of the city.
The first two were staged in Madrid and in other Spanish cities. Unfortunately, there is very little or nothing left of these operas today. Archive of the Museo Municipal de Madrid Madrid In August , Eslava was appointed master of the Royal Chapel in Madrid, initially as a supernumerary without pay and finally in the titular role in In , with the restoration of the Bourbon dynasty with king Alfonso XII, Eslava returned to the Royal Chapel, a post he held until his death three years later.
In he assumed the additional post of Director of the Music Section. He worked in both of these capacities until the fall of the monarchy and consequent reorganization of the academic staff of the Conservatory in A large number of choral and symphonic works, the vast majority religious in nature, originate from this time. His level of activity gradually decayed from that point on until his death in Madrid, on July 23, His body was originally interred in Madrid. His remains were later moved to Pamplona and finally to the place of his birth, Burlada, in
Miguel Hilarión Eslava