- madrigals, he also wrote sacred vocal
music. He was the first native Italian polyphonist
renown, and with Philippe
Verdelot, one of the first...
- 2021-02-17. Proctor, Brittnay
(2017). ""Shout It Out:" Patrice Rushen
and the sounding
and genius". Journal...
van alle polyfonisten
uit de Nederlanden
(1400–1600) [Complete List of Names
from the Netherlands
1400 and 1600]....
- Theatre, Dublin; and in June 1829 he produced
of a Polyphonist
,' with which
the chief towns
in England. In this, as in all...
(c. 1370–1412) had been born in Liège, but like many later Flemish polyphonists
much of his life working
- work is both influenced
by the sixteenth century modal works
of the polyphonist masters
(Palestrina, Byrd, Frescobaldi, etc.), and the oeuvre
- Europe, the more so after
1563 and the appointment
of Belgian master polyphonist Orlande
de L****us as maestro
di cappella. In 1653 the first opera
of the piano, of rendering itself
as accompanied soloist
." Alkan's large scale
Duo (in effect
a sonata) Op. 21 for violin
music. He is one of the most important Portuguese polyphonists
of the 16th and 17th centuries. Pedro
was born in Coimbra,...
imitation, more in the style
of the mid-to-late 16th century polyphonists
. Other instrumental music
by Cato includes pieces