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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Hor che la nuova e vaga primavera. This article needs additional citations for verification. Even though Lassus used the contemporary, sonorous Venetian style, his harmonic language remained conservative in these works: Missa Amor ecco colei.

Orlando di Lasso

New works added to this page should be automatically placed in the correct position below. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Please add the new work to the appropriate publication page, shown lasssu the chronological list or the publications list. Many of his songs became hugely popular, circulating widely in Europe.

Information about his early years is scanty, although some uncorroborated stories have survived, the most famous of which is that he was kidnapped three times because of the singular beauty of his singing voice. He then worked as a singer and mitets composer for Costantino Castrioto in Naples in the early s, and his first works are presumed to date from this time.

This page was last edited on 7 Novemberat mtoets Retrieved from ” https: Inclina Domine aurem tuam a 9 Miserere mei a9. They were enormously popular in Europe, and of lzssus his works, they were the most widely arranged for instruments such as lute and keyboard. 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.

Resonet in laudibus Hodie Completi Sunt. The exact meaning of the term is a matter of fierce debate, though a rough consensus among musicologists is that it involves intensely expressive setting of text and chromaticismand that it may have referred to music specifically written for connoisseurs.


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The counterpoint is free, avoiding the pervasive imitation of the Netherlanders such as Gombertand occasionally using expressive devices foreign to Palestrina. Laudate Dominum omnes gentes a 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.

He sets the words of Christ and the narration of the Evangelist as chant, while setting the passages for groups polyphonically. 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 laswus using the word ‘lasso’ and often setting with the sol-fege syllables la-sol, i.

Belgian classical composers Renaissance composers births deaths 16th-century Franco-Flemish composers Madrigal composers Pupils of Orlande de Lassus People from Mons Walloon people Belgian male classical composers 16th-century Belgian people Belgian Roman Catholics. While in Milan, he made the acquaintance of the madrigalist Spirito l’Hoste da Reggioa formative influence on his early musical style. However, he stayed there for only a year. His final work was lassue considered one of his best pieces: 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.

Responde mihi Responde mihi Resurrexit Salve Regina misericordiae Salve Regina misericordiae Salvete flores martyrum Sancta Maria Scio enim quod Redemptor Seniores populi Spiritus meus attenuabitur Spiritus meus attenuabitur Taedet animam meam Taedet animam meam Te decet hymnus Tibi Christe splendor Patris Tibi laus a 4 Tibi soli peccavi Tota pulchra es a 4 Tribulationem et dolorem Unus ex discipulis Verbum caro panem verum a 4. Privacy policy About ChoralWiki Disclaimers.

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. 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.

Technically impressive, they are nevertheless the most conservative part of his output. 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.


No strictly instrumental music by Lassus is known to survive, or ever to have existed: No solid evidence survives for his whereabouts inbut there are contemporary claims that he traveled in France and England.

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As a composer of motets, Lassus was one of the most diverse mktets prodigious of the entire Renaissance. Views Read Edit View history. Nevertheless, the Catholic Counter-Reformationwhich under Jesuit influence was reaching a peak in Bavaria in the late sixteenth century, had a demonstrable impact on Lassus’ late work, including the liturgical music for the Roman Rite, the burgeoning number of Magnificats, the settings of the Catholic Ulenberg Psalterand especially the great penitential cycle of spiritual madrigals, the Lagrime di San Pietro Lqssus of his masses show influence from the Venetian Schoolparticularly in their use of polychoral techniques for example, in the eight-voice Missa osculetur mebased on his own motet.

Lassus’s setting of the seven Penitential Psalms of David Psalmi Davidis poenitentiales is one of the most famous collections lasxus psalm settings of the entire Renaissance.

Lassus was one of several Netherlanders to work there, and by far the most famous. Lassus died in Munich on 14 Junethe same day that his employer decided to dismiss him for economic reasons. Problems playing these files? In Ferrarathe center of avant-garde activity, he doubtless heard the madrigals being composed for the d’ Este court.