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The 1572 version adds a passage on the "more than divine" Orlande de Lassus, "who seems alone to have stolen the harmony of the heavens, to rejoice us with it on earth.
TABLE 1 Settings of `Mon coeur se recommande a vous' Composer Voices First publication Orlande de Lassus 5 Louvain: Phalese, 1560 Jean de Castro 3 Louvain: Phalese, 1569 Gerardus Turnhout 2 Louvain: Phalese, 1571 Gerardus Turnhout 3 Louvain: Phalese, 1574 Severin Cornet 3 Louvain: Phalese, 1574 Didier Le Blanc 2 Paris: Le Roy & Ballard, 1578 Rinaldo Melle 5 Antwerp: Phalese, 1597 Composer Modern edition Orlande de Lassus Sixteenth-century Chansons, xiii, pp.
Thus, in chapter 3, Pike uses hexachords as a lens through which to examine a network of settings of the Petrarchan texts "Mia benigna fortuna" and "Grudele acerba" by Jacques Arcadelt, Orlande de Lassus, Cipriano de Rore, Giaches de Wert, and Luca Marenzio.
the entry for Orlande de Lassus lists nine works, none of which have separate entries).
Together with such recent work as Reinhard Strohm's The Rise of European Music 13801500 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1993), Keith Polk's German Instrumental Music of the Late Middle Ages (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992), and many books and articles on particular composers, manuscripts, and music contexts, Music in the German Renaissance revises the picture of the scope and significance of German-speaking musical activity in Europe in the time of Johannes Gutenberg, Desiderius Erasmus, and Martin Luther, Dufay, Isaac, and Orlande de Lassus.