See also:Netherlands composer, of the early
See also:part of the
See also:Golden Age . In 1539 he
See also:left a position at Florence to teach the choristers of St
See also:Peter's, Rome, and became one of the papal singers in 1540 . He was a prolific
See also:church composer, but the
See also:works published in his
See also:time consist entirely of madrigals, five books of which, published at Venice, probably gave a
See also:great stimulus to the beginnings of the Venetian school of composition . In 1555 he left Italy and entered the service of Cardihal
See also:Charles of
See also:Lorraine, duke of Guise, and after this published three volumes of masses, besides contributing motets to various collections . The
See also:Ave Maria, ascribed to him and transcribed as a pianoforte piece by
See also:Liszt, does not seem to be traced to an earlier source than its edition by
See also:Bishop, which has possibly the same kind of origin in Arcadelt as the hymn tune " Palestrina " has in the delicate and subtle Gloria of Palestrina's Magnificat Quinli Toni, the fifth in his first
See also:Book of Magnificats .
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