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Don José Manterola Beldarrain (1849-1884), born in San Sebastián, Gipuzkoa Province, Spain, was a Spanish writer who founded one of the most influential movements for cultivating the Basque language. As a member of the Navarrese movement, he was best known for founding the bilingual magazine Euskal-Erria (meaning the country of the Basques) in 1880, and editing it until 1884. Between 1877 and 1880 he published a three volume collection of Basque songs, Cancionero Vasco, complete with biographical, bibliographical, and critical notes. They are generally regarded as being the first anthology of Basque poetry.

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Don José Manterola Beldarrain (1849-1884), born in San Sebastián, Gipuzkoa Province, Spain, was a Spanish writer who founded one of the most influential movements for cultivating the Basque language. As a member of the Navarrese movement, he was best known for founding the bilingual magazine Euskal-Erria (meaning the country of the Basques) in 1880, and editing it until 1884. Between 1877 and 1880 he published a three volume collection of Basque songs, Cancionero Vasco, complete with biographical, bibliographical, and critical notes. They are generally regarded as being the first anthology of Basque poetry.

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