|Name Cenobio Paniagua||Role Composer|
|Died November 2, 1882, Cordoba, Mexico|
Cenobio paniagua versos de octavo tono para dos rganos y orquesta
Cenobio Paniagua y Vásques (September 30, 1821, Tlalpujahua, Michoacán – November 2, 1882, Córdoba, Veracruz) was a Mexican composer.
- Cenobio paniagua versos de octavo tono para dos rganos y orquesta
- Cenobio paniagua cuarteto de cuerda no 1 i andante maestoso allegro moderatto
Paniagua completed his studies in violin and became the Second Conductor of the Cathedral Orchestra of Mexico City. He founded a music academy in the city. Later, he lived in Havana, and after 1868, in Córdoba.
He composed several operas, including Catalina de Guisa which was the first Mexican opera seria, the oratorio Tobías, as well as seventy masses, and also produced writings on music theory.