- Performer Roland de Lassus
- Title Renaissance Masterpieces
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Lassus: Renaissance Masterpieces. Renaissance Masterpieces: Orlando de Lassus. Orlande de Lassus: Mass "Tous les regretz"; Motets. CRD Records CRD 3517.
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Roland de Lassus, also known as Orlando di Lasso, was born in Mons, where he sang as a chorister in the church of St-Nicolas. Because of his unusual talent and beautiful voice, he was kidnaped three times for other choirs. After the third attempt, in 1544, his parents gave up the 12-year-old boy to Ferdinand Gonzaga, Viceroy of Sicily, who retained Lassus in his service for 6 years, taking him to Palermo and later to Milan. Formative Years in Italy. In 1550 Lassus went to Naples, where he lived in the household of the Marchese della Terza
Concupiscendo concupiscit Roland de Lassus; Vox Luminis; Lionel Meunier. 9. Deus misereatur nostri Roland de Lassus; Vox Luminis; Lionel Meunier. 10. Heu quantus dolor Roland de Lassus; Vox Luminis; Lionel Meunier. 11. Ecce Maria genuit nobis Roland de Lassus; Vox Luminis; Lionel Meunier. 12. Come la cera al foco Roland de Lassus; Vox Luminis; Lionel Meunier. Early music ensemble Vox Luminis and artistic director Lionel Meunier complete their "musical biography" of late Renaissance composer Roland de Lassus with this fifth and final volume in the series. The programme features one of only two compositions for 12 voices written by de Lassus, a grand motet that wraps up the album and caps off a tribute to one of the greatest composers of the second half of the 16th century. 17. kHz, 24-bit, 8. kHz, 24-bit PCM – Musique en Wallonie Studio Masters.
Renaissance Sculpture Masterpieces Early Sculpture of the 15th century. The beginnings of Renaissance Sculpture as an art form sprang from the commissioning of two doors for the Baptistery in Florence. Cosimo de' Medici owned this statue and placed it in the courtyard of the Palazzo Medici in Florence, it is now in the Bargello. Donatello, Saint Mark (1411-1413) (w). Zuccone, (1423/25) Donatello.