Divisions on "Susanne ung jour"


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Composer: Bassano - Giovanni (after Roland de Lassus)

Arranger: Bernard Thomas

Instrumentation: Descant instrument + Continuo

Period/genre: Renaissance

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Giovanni Bassano (c. 1561 – 3 September 1617) was an Italian composer associated with the Venetian School of composers and a cornettist of the late Renaissance and early Baroque eras. He was a key figure in the development of the instrumental ensemble at the basilica of San Marco di Venezia (St. Mark). His detailed book on instrumental ornamentation has survived. It is a rich resource for research in contemporary performance practice. Bassano was most responsible for the performance of the music of Giovanni Gabrieli, who would emerge as one of the most renowned members of the Venetian School.

 Roland de Lassus ((Orlando do Lasso) was a composer of the late Renaissance and is considered one of the leading composers of the late Renaissance. 

From the collection of Renaissance improvisation and ornamentation, these are *Two Renaissance Divisions* on the popular madrigal by Roland de Lassus, _Susanne ung jour_. The part includes the original and a decorated versionIncludes lute transcription and companion edition of the Lassus madrigal. Extensive introductory, performance and editorial notes included.

1. Suasanne ung jour I
2. Susanne ung jour II

_Score 13 pp. Part 7 pp._

_Fellowship (FTCL) Recorder Repertoire List Trinity College London SYLLABUS_

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