Cantiones Duum Vocum (Lassus, Orlande de) See also the separate pages for the individual motets. Copyist, Ferdinand de Lassus (ca–). Te deprecamur largium · Tota die exprobrabant · Tota pulchra es · Twelve Two- Part Motets. Items 1 – 10 of 22 This edition contains all of Lasso’s over motets in twenty-one volumes, with a supplement of indices. It is based on first editions and.
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laswus Most were collected in the s and s in three publications: Lassus wrote in all the prominent secular forms of the time. Giovanni Gabrieli also possibly studied with him in the s.
7 motets for 3 Voices (Lassus, Orlande de)
Some of these kings and aristocrats attempted to woo him away from Munich with more attractive offers, but Lassus was evidently more interested in the stability of his position, and the splendid performance opportunities of Albrecht’s court, than in financial gain.
July Learn how and when to remove this template message. He also wrote drinking songs in German, and contrasting with his parallel work in the genre of the chanson, he laasus wrote songs on the unfortunate aspects of overindulgence. He is today considered notets be the chief representative of the mature polyphonic style of the Franco-Flemish schooland one of the three most famous and influential musicians in Europe at the end of moetts 16th century the other two being Palestrina and Victoria.
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Decantabat populus Ecce nunc benedicite Dominum Estote ergo misericordes In omnibus requiem quaesivi. Lassuss la, o che bon eccho! Missa Amor ecco mohets. He was buried in Munich in the Alter Franziskaner Friedhof, a cemetery that was cleared of gravestones in and is now the site of Max-Joseph-Platz. LzssusMarkLuke and John. Deus canticum novum cantabo tibi Deus judex justus Deus noster refugium et virtus Deus qui sedes super thronum Deus tu conversus Dilige, solitudinem Dixi ergo in corde meo Dominator Domine Domine clamavi ad te Domine Deus fortissime Domine exaudi orationem meam, auribus Domine exaudi orationem meam, et clamor Domine Jesu Christe Domine Jesu Christe qui cognoscis Domine ne in furore Domine ne in furore tuo … quoniam Domine non est exaltatum mltets Domine probasti me Dominus scit cogitationes Ecce Maria genuit nobis Ego sum panis vivus Ego sum pauper Emendemus in melius Evehor invidia pressus Exaudi Domine preces Exaudi Domine vocem meam Exsultet coelum mare Exsurgat Deus a 5 Feci judicium et justitiam Fili, quid fecisti nobis Gustate et videte Heu mihi Domine Illustra faciem tuam Impulsus eversus sum.
Lassus remained in the service of Albrecht V and his heir, Wilhelm Vfor the rest of his life. Stylistically, they ranged from the dignified and serious, to playful, bawdy, ladsus amorous compositions, as well as drinking songs suited to taverns. Other works not listed above See Template: However, no Dutch song has been preserved. Providebam Dominum Regina coeli a 7.
A famous composition by Lassus representative of this style is his series of 12 motets entitled Prophetiae Sibyllarumin a wildly chromatic idiom which anticipates the work of Gesualdo ; some of the chord progressions in this piece mitets not to be heard again until the 20th century.
Lassus’s setting of the seven Penitential Psalms of David Psalmi Davidis poenitentiales is one of the most famous collections of psalm settings of the entire Renaissance. Lassus is one of the composers of a style lasxus as musica reservata —a term which has survived in many contemporary references, many of them seemingly contradictory.
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Missa Octavi toni Missa pro defunctis Missa Quand’io pens’al martire. Andrea Gabrieli went there inand possibly remained in the chapel for a year.
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This practice was not only accepted but encouraged by his employer, which can be confirmed by evidence from their correspondence, much of which has survived. Almost 60 masses have survived complete; most of them are imitation masses called parody masses using as melodic source material secular works written by himself or other composers. Technically impressive, they are nevertheless the most conservative part of his output.
One of the most prolific, versatile, and universal composers of the late Renaissance, Lassus wrote over 2, works in all Latin, French, Italian and German vocal genres known in his time.
Aestimatus sum Amicus meus Astiterunt reges terrae Domine secundum actum meum Ecce quomodo moritur justus.