|Series||Oxford studies of composers -- 19.|
|LC Classifications||ML410.L3 R5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 58 p.|
|Number of Pages||58|
A composer of the late Renaissance period, Orlandus Lassus was born in Franco-Flemish in background, there is a legend that he was kidnapped three different times during his boyhood for his exquisite choir voice. Lassus produced over 2, works in Latin, Italian, French, and German vocal genres, practically every one known in his time/5(7). Book Depository Books With Free Delivery Worldwide: Box Office Mojo Find Movie Box Office Data: ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics: CreateSpace Indie Print Publishing Made Easy: DPReview Digital Photography: East Dane Designer Men's Fashion: Fabric Sewing, Quilting & Knitting: Goodreads Book reviews & recommendations: IMDb Movies, TV. Musique de la Renaissance française publié par Mr Henry Expert DE LASSUS Orlande Un Jeune Moine pour Soprano, Contralto, Haute-Contre et Baryton élevé Paris, Alphonse Leduc A. L. XXe 7 pages Très bon état Chant. Orlando di Lasso, Latin Orlandus Lassus, also called Roland De Lassus, (born /32, Mons, Spanish Hainaut—died J , Munich), Flemish composer whose music stands at the apex of the Franco-Netherlandish style that dominated European music of the Renaissance.. As a child he was a choirboy at St. Nicholas in Mons and because of his beautiful voice was kidnapped three times for .
Jean-Baptiste Lassus, , ou, Le temps retrouvé des cathédrales by Jean-Michel Leniaud (Book) "--Au nom de l'art et des souvenirs": le Bourbonnais dans la redécouverte du Moyen Âge (Book); William Morris letter to [John] Oakley by William Morris (). (LifeSiteNews) – Dr. Taylor Marshall, a well-known theologian and expert in Thomism as well as a supporter of the Traditional Latin Mass, has written a book on the infiltration of. Irène Lassus-Fuchs is a restaurateur, cook and translator who has lived and worked in Paris for nearly forty years. She opened the highly successful Les Petites Sorcieres restaurant in Rue Liancourt in the Quatorzieme Arrondissment in , and has since established new restaurants in Paris, Strasbourg and : Emons Publishers. The Lagrime di San Pietro (Italian: Saint Peter's Tears) is a cycle of 20 madrigals and a concluding motet by the late Renaissance composer Orlande de Lassus (Roland de Lassus). Written in for seven voices, it is structured as three sequences of seven compositions. The Lagrime was to be Lassus’ last composition: he dedicated it to Pope Clement VIII on , three weeks before.
He is shown in half-figure in a calculated imitation of Raphael’s portrait of the pre-eminent courtier of the Renaissance, Baldassare Castiglione, author of the Book of the Courtier. Lassus at the remarkably early age of 21 had achieved the rank of organist and maestro di cappella in St. John Lateran, one of the greatest churches of Rome (ca. Along with Palestrina, Franco-Flemish composer Orlande de Lassus was the dominant figure of the late Renaissance. Though he composed much sacred music, Lassus was considered second-to-none in the production of secular material: motets, madrigals, French chansons, and German Lieder. Lassus' works were so popular in their time that his music accounts for three-fifths of all music printed in. Lassus goes on to interpret the book as a "metaphor of the author's life," identifying real-life parallels for key elements in the book. He focuses on what he sees as the book's spiritual message, exploring such topics as the annunciation, ascension, and Brand: Skyhorse Publishing. Roy E. Lassus, Sr. died on Aug surrounded by family. He was He was preceded in death by his loving wife, Catherine Grannan Lassus, and his brother Donald Lassus. He was a Kings Point graduate who served during World War II as a Lieutenant in the Merchant Marines and the Navy Reserve in both the Atlantic and Pacific Theaters.