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Orlando di Lasso Studies

Author: Peter Bergquist
Publisher: New York : Cambridge University Press, 1999.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Orlando di Lasso was the most famous and most popular composer of the second half of the 1500s. This book of essays written by leading scholars from Europe and the United States is the first full-length survey in English of a broad spectrum of Lasso's music. The essays discuss his large and varied output with regard to structure, expressive qualities, liturgical aspects, and its use as a model by other composers,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: Orlando di Lasso; Orlando di Lasso; Orlando di Lasso; Orlando di Lasso
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Bergquist
ISBN: 0521593875 9780521593878
OCLC Number: 39516031
Description: xii, 253 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Aspects of form in Orlando di Lasso's Magnificat settings / James Erb --
Orlando di Lasso and Andrea Gabrieli : two motets and their masses in a Munich choir book from 1564-65 / Marie Louise Göllner --
Post-Tridentine liturgical change and functional music : Lasso's cycle of polyphonic Latin hymns / Daniel Zager --
The salon as marketplace in the 1550s : patrons and collectors of Lasso's secular music / Donna G. Cardamone --
Lasso's "Standomi un giorno" and the canzone in the mid-sixteenth century / Mary S. Lewis --
Lasso's "Fertur in conviviis" : on the history of its text and transmissions / Bernhold Schmid --
Orlando di Lasso and Rome : personal contacts and musical influences / Noel O'Regan --
Orlando di Lasso as a model for composition as seen in the three-voice motets of Jean de Castro / Ignace Bossuyt --
The madrigal book of Jean Turnhout (1589) and its relationship to Lasso / James Haar --
Modal ordering within Orlando di Lasso's publications / Peter Bergquist --
Correct and incorrect accentuation in Lasso's music : on the implied dependence on the text in classical vocal polyphony / Horst Leuchtmann.
Responsibility: edited by Peter Bergquist.
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Orlando di Lasso was the most famous and most popular composer of the second half of the 1500s. This book of essays written by leading scholars from Europe and the United States is the first full-length survey in English of a broad spectrum of Lasso's music. The essays discuss his large and varied output with regard to structure, expressive qualities, liturgical aspects, and its use as a model by other composers, focusing in turn on his Magnificat settings, masses, motets, hymns, and madrigals.

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