Antonio de Cabezón (30 March 1510 – 26 March 1566) was a Spanish Renaissance composer and organist.
Blind from childhood, he quickly rose to prominence as performer and was eventually employed by the royal family.
He was among the most important composers of his time and the first major Iberian keyboard composer.
Practically nothing is known about Cabezón's personal life. He married one Luisa Nuñez de Mocos from Ávila, and the couple had five children.
One of Antonio's sons, Hernando de Cabezón (1541–1602) became a composer and it was through his efforts that the bulk of Antonio's oeuvre was preserved.
Another son, Agustín de Cabezón (died before 1564), became a chorister of the royal chapel.
This liturgical intermezzo is played on the 4'flute, the Tapadillo.