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Recordare Jesu pie Quod sum causa tuar viae Ne me perdas, illa die Querens me sedisti lassus Redemisti crucem passus Tantus laor non sit cassus.
artists across range genres offering something for Monday July 6 - London Klezmer Quartet - soulful Jewish music from Eastern Europe (8pm, Lichfield Garrick); Septura Brass - programme includes Brahms, Prokofiev, Lassus, Handel, Bruckner and Rachmaninov - from 7.
Two novelties Henry Fillmore's Lassus Trombone and Oystein Baadsvik's Fnugg were intriguing.
Instead of supporting a canonical list of composers and works, the quantitative analysis of EMO shows a distribution of a quite different type: 149 hits for Crecquillon, 111 for Lassus, 55 for Josquin, but only seven for Palestrina, who otherwise is considered the Renaissance master no.
With these smart meters, ERDF has become part of the digital revolution and supports the deployment of smart grids in France," adds Bernard Lassus, Director of the ERDF 'Linky' Programme.
Francesco Soriano (1549-1621), Orazio Benevoli (1605-1672), Giovanni De Macque (1550-1614), Roland De Lassus (1532-1594), Giuseppe Ottavio Pitoni (1657-1743), Vincenzo Ugolini (1570-1638) are all composers whose reputations have never been revived in our day (except De Lassus).
Concert featuring sacred music on the theme of the Christmas Story from Flemish masters like Josquin and Lassus, performed by the Liverpool Renaissance Group, accompanied by the Chester Consort of Viols.
He examines Beethoven's music and themes of exaltation and rapture; Wagner's music and musical philosophy; and mourning, stillness, and beauty in music and their effects on the soul, with examples from De Morales, Messiaen, Shostakovich, Tchaikovsky, Sibelius, Mozart, Lassus, and others.
A charmingly uncomplicated Wexford Carol was followed by the grand finale - Magnificat Praeter rerum seriem by Lassus.
Two movements from the French composer Charpentier's Messe de Minuit and works by Guerrero, Josquin, Lassus and Palestrina will contrast with 20th century offerings from Howells and Poulenc.
Equally, I had been unaware that the young Strauss could easily have heard numerous excellent sacred works by Palestrina, Tomas Luis de Victoria, Roland de Lassus, and other ancient masters, these revivals being largely thanks to J.
Program includes works by Orlande de Lassus, Antoine Brumel and Joao Laurenco Rebelo.