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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Quid tamen Quid trepidas Quis mihi, quis tete rapuit Quis valet eloquio Quo properas facunde a 10 Res neque ab infernis Rumpitur invidia Si qua tibi obtulerint Si quid vota valent Stet quicumque volet potens Te spectant, Reginalde, poli Tityre tu patulae recubans Ut radios edit Vous qui aimez les dames. Most of these he evidently intended for a different audience, since they are considerably different in tone and style from either the chansons or madrigals; in addition, he wrote them later in life, with none appearing untilwhen he was already well-established at Munich.
Hor che la nuova e vaga primavera. He is today considered to 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 the 16th century the other two being Palestrina and Victoria. 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.
Among his other liturgical compositions are hymnscanticles including over Magnificatsresponsories for Holy WeekPassions, Lamentationsand some independent pieces for major feasts. Benedictus Dominus a9 tone i Dixit Martha ad Jesum.
By the s Lassus had become quite famous, and composers began to go to Munich to study with him. Lassus is one of the composers of a style known as musica reservata —a term which has survived in many contemporary references, many of them seemingly contradictory. This page was last edited on 7 Novemberat Missa Octavi toni Missa pro defunctis Missa Quand’io pens’al martire. A third type of secular composition by Lassus was the German lied. Most were collected in the s and s in three publications: Lassus died in Munich on 14 Junethe same day that his employer decided to dismiss him for economic reasons.
For example, his fourth book of madrigals for five voices begins with a complete sestina by Petrarch, continues with two-part sonnetsand concludes with another sestina: In the late s and s Lassus made several visits to Italy, where he encountered the most modern styles and trends.
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Entre vous filles de quinze ans”Oh you fifteen-year old girls”, by Clemens non Papagave him source material for his Missa entre vous fillesprobably the most scandalous of the lot. Next he moved to Rome, where he worked for Cosimo I de’ Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscanywho maintained a household there, and inhe became maestro di cappella of the Basilica of Saint John Lateranthe ecumenical mother church of Rome and a spectacularly prestigious post indeed for a man only twenty-one years old.
Lassus often preferred cyclic madrigals, i. Expectatio justorum laetitia Fecit potentiam in brachio suo Fulgebunt justi Intellectum tibi dabo Justi tulerunt spolia Justus cor suum Non avertas faciem tuam a me.
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Ardant amour 5vv Au temps jadis Bonjour, et puis, quelles nouvelles? Navigation menu Personal tools Log in Request account. Retrieved from ” https: He also wrote drinking songs in German, and contrasting with his parallel work in the genre of the passus, he also wrote songs on the unfortunate aspects of overindulgence. Resonet in laudibus Hodie Completi Sunt.
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His choice of poetry varied widely, from Lassis for his more serious work to the lightest verse for some of his amusing canzonettas. 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. Auditui meo dabis gaudium Beata cujus bracchiis Beatus homo qui invenit sapientiam Beatus vir qui in sapientia morabitur Benedictus Discedite a me omnes Esurientes implevit bonis.
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Cantiones Duum Vocum (Lassus, Orlande de)
Lassus remained Catholic during this age of religious motfts, though this neither hindered him in writing worldly secular songs nor in employing music originally to racy texts in his Magnificats and masses employing parody technique. Providebam Dominum Regina coeli a 7. In these various secular songs, he conforms to the manner of the country of origin while still showing his characteristic originality, wit, and terseness of statement.
All are for a cappella voices.
MatthewMarkLuke and John. Most of them motetd from the s, but he continued to write them even after he was moteta Germany: However, he stayed there for only a year. Technically impressive, they are nevertheless the most conservative part of his output. However, his own style remained conservative and became simpler and more refined as he aged. If you are looking for a different Lasso, see the disambiguation page. Inclina Domine aurem tuam a 9 Miserere mei a9. Forte soporifera Haec quae ter triplici Heroum soboles, amor orbis, Carole, nostri Heu quantus dolor Hispanum ad caenam Jam lucis orto sidere Lucescit iam o socii Multarum hic resonat Nectar et ambrosiam Nunc gaudere licet O decus celsi Pacis amans cultorque Princeps marte potens Pronuba Juno Qui novus aethereo Quid facies.
Si vous estes m’amie. Many of his songs became hugely popular, circulating widely in Europe.
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