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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Alma Nemes Annelein, du singst fein Audite Nova! No strictly instrumental music by Lassus is known to survive, or ever to motdts existed: Most of these he evidently intended for a different audience, motehs 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.
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Resonet in laudibus Hodie Completi Sunt. Several of his masses are based on extremely secular French chansons; some of the source materials were outright obscene. Italian madrigals and French chansons, German and Dutch songs.
As elsewhere, Lassus strives for emotional impact, and uses a variety of texture and care in text-setting towards that end. O la, o che bon eccho! The counterpoint is free, avoiding the pervasive imitation of the Netherlanders such as Gombertand occasionally using expressive devices foreign to Palestrina.
Lassus died in Munich on 14 Junethe same day that his employer decided to dismiss him for economic reasons.
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Inclina Domine aurem tuam a lasssus Miserere mei motfts. Views Read Edit View history. MatthewMarkLuke and John. The German music publisher Adam Berg dedicated 5 volumes of his Patrocinium musicum published from — to Lassus’ music. Most were collected in the s and s in three publications: Missa Octavi toni Missa pro defunctis Missa Quand’io pens’al martire. 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 his madrigalsmany of which he wrote during his stay in Rome, his style is clear and concise, and he wrote tunes which were easily memorable; he also “signed” his work by frequently using the word ‘lasso’ and often setting with the sol-fege syllables la-sol, i.
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If you are looking for a different Lasso, see the disambiguation page. O Lucia, miau, miau.
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Lassus wrote four settings of the Passionone for each of the Evangelists, St. A third type of secular composition by Lassus was the German lied. English Wikipedia links Pages using SortWorks.
Quand mon mary vient de dehors Quand un cordier Qui bien se mire Qui dort icy? In Ferrarathe center of avant-garde activity, he doubtless heard the madrigals being composed for the d’ Este court.
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. This page was last edited on 20 Septemberat Problems playing these files? Magnificat septimi toni a 10 Mira loquor a 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 a5 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.
Even though Lassus used the contemporary, sonorous Venetian style, his harmonic language remained conservative in these works: Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.
Another form which Lassus cultivated was the French chanson, of which he wrote about In the late s and s Lassus made several visits to Italy, where he encountered the most modern styles and trends. 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.
Decantabat populus Ecce nunc benedicite Dominum Estote ergo misericordes In omnibus requiem quaesivi. 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. 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.
His final work was often considered one of his best pieces: Lassus remained Catholic during this age of religious discord, 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. CheckMissing for possible reasons and solutions.
Cantiones Duum Vocum (Lassus, Orlande de)
In the preface to his collection of German songs, Lassus lists his secular works: Eram quasi agnus Una hora Jesum tradidit impius Judas mercator O vos omnes. Retrieved from ” https: Belgian classical composers Renaissance composers births deaths 16th-century Franco-Flemish composers Madrigal composers Pupils of Orlande de Lassus People from Lassux Walloon people Belgian male classical composers 16th-century Belgian people Belgian Roman Catholics.
Many are on religious subjects, although light and comic verse is represented as well. Expectatio justorum laetitia Fecit potentiam in mtets suo Fulgebunt justi Intellectum tibi dabo Justi tulerunt spolia Justus cor suum Non avertas faciem tuam a me.