- Jesús González Rubio
He established his own private school in Guadalajara for talented young musicians in the early 19th century, among them,
Clemente Aguirre(1828-1900), who subsequently also became a noted music instructor and composer who influenced later musicians.
Professor Gonzalez-Rubio died on April 26, 1874 in Guadalajara. His remains were interred at the
Templo de San Francisco de Asis.
* [http://cultura.jalisco.gob.mx/danzaytraje/jtapatio.html State of Jalisco Site - Dances and Costumes of Jalisco (in Spanish)]
* "Guadalajara: Apuntes históricos, biográficos, estadísticos y descriptivos", by Joaquín Romo, published 1888 by Ireneo Paz, Guadalajara (Mexico) [http://books.google.com/books?id=ED4CAAAAYAAJ&dq=%22jes%C3%BAs+gonz%C3%A1lez+rubio%22 Digitized at Google Books]
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