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Lassus

Roland de. Italian name Orlando di Lasso. ?1532--94, Flemish composer, noted for his mastery in both sacred and secular music
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One of the world's leading vocal ensembles, the Collegium Vocale Gent will perform Orlandus Lassus' " Lagrime di San Pietro," conducted by Philippe Herreweghe.
Chaired by 2014 CFP Board Chairman Ray Ferrara, the 12-member commission will include Robert Plaze, the former SEC official; Barbara Roper of the Consumer Federation of America, former National Association of Personal Financial Planners chair Diahann Lassus and Bank of America Merrill Lynch's Allison Bishop.
Grabois: "Plorate filii Israel"; Orlando de Lassus: Eco; Arcangelo Corelli, arr.
Between January and April 2015, a Cubiculum musicae Lassus was installed at the entrance of the exhibition 'Mons superstar' in order to propose a visual and musical experience to the visitors, associated with a app accessible on Playstore in French, Dutch and English.
Two novelties Henry Fillmore's Lassus Trombone and Oystein Baadsvik's Fnugg were intriguing.
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).
It states that a successful communication must be considered in a relationship and the relationship occurs when one party to the communication process arouses an emotional response or take into account the emotional and affective realities of the interlocutor [De Lassus, (2004)].
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. The counterpoint was razor-sharp and kaleidoscopic with Christmas colour and conductor Harry Christophers was in his interpretive element.
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.
A French Aristocrat in the American West: The Shattered Dreams of De Lassus de Luzieres is the biography of Pierre-Charles de Lassus de Luzieres, who left Revolutionary France with his family to buy land in America.