Orlando di Lasso Studies Hardcover – 8 Jul 1999
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'… anyone with an academic interest in Lassus will need to read this.' Early Music Review
'… a series of articles which, in their searching analyses and archival investigations, confidently edge us forward into the realm of certainty and understanding regarding this extremely diverse and prolific composer.' BBC Music
'… this collection of essays, edited by one of the most prolific contributors to Lassus scholarship, is timely and welcome.' Early Music Today
'The essays in this volume range from the analytic to the historical with one or two entertaining polemics.' Church Times
This is a survey of the music of Orlando di Lasso, one of the most important musical figures of the later 1500s. Eleven essays discuss Lasso's music from many perspectives, including analysis of the music and considerations of its position in society, commerce and liturgy.