Franco-Flemish Composers: Heinrich Isaac, Pierre de la Rue, Orlande de Lassus, Giaches de Wert, Jacques Arcadelt, Adrian Willaert

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General Books LLC, 2010 - 202 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 63. Chapters: Josquin des Prez, Heinrich Isaac, Pierre de La Rue, Orlande de Lassus, Giaches de Wert, Jacques Arcadelt, Adrian Willaert, Loyset Comp re, Jacob Obrecht, Jacob Clemens non Papa, Claude Le Jeune, Cornelius Canis, Antoine Brumel, Alexander Agricola, Philippe de Monte, Marbrianus de Orto, Johannes Ciconia, Egardus, Lupus Hellinck, Hubert Waelrant, Jacob Regnart, Benedictus Appenzeller, G ry de Ghersem, Giovanni de Macque, Philippe Rogier, Jacobus Barbireau, Gaspar van Weerbeke, Gilles Joye, Arnold de Lantins, Antonino Barges, Cornelis Verdonck, Dominique Phinot, Rinaldo del Mel, Johannes Brassart, Jacobus Vaet, Andreas Pevernage, Gilles Binchois, Johannes Pullois, Ludovicus Episcopius, Noel Bauldeweyn, Hayne van Ghizeghem, Nicolas Champion, Thomas Crecquillon, Adrien Basin, Johannes Regis, Jacques Buus, Matthaeus Pipelare, Adrianus Petit Coclico, Martinus Fabri, Gilles Reingot, Hugo de Lantins, Petrus de Domarto, Jacobus Vide, Jhan Gero, Gerardus Mes, Jacob Senleches, Jean Richafort, Johannes Matelart, Thomas Fabri, Jan van Wintelroy, Anton Gosswin, Lambert de Sayve, Theodor Evertz, Guilielmus Messaus. Excerpt: Josquin des Prez (French pronunciation: c. - 27 August 1521), often referred to simply as Josquin, was a Franco-Flemish composer of the Renaissance. He is also known as Josquin Desprez and Latinized as Josquinus Pratensis, alternatively Jodocus Pratensis, although he himself expressed his preferred spelling of his name, Josquin des Prez, in an acrostic in his motet Illibata Dei virgo nutrix. He was the most famous European composer between Guillaume Dufay and Palestrina, and is usually considered to be the central figure of the Franco-Flemish School. Josquin is widely considered by music scholars to be the first master of the high Renaissance style of polyphonic vocal music that was emerging during his lifetim...

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