Permanence de Lassus en France au XVIIe siècle : répertoires, collections, iconographie »

Abstract : During the second half of the sixteenth century, Orlando di Lasso has been very actively merchandised by the Le Roy & Ballard music printing workshop. This paper first gives some bibliometric measures of his influence on the music market, and a study of XVIIth paintings showing music books with Lassus music, mostly by Simon Renard de Saint-André. Being widely known and kept in memory, Lasso’s profane music is also reused by Protestant poets to express their faith in spiritual poems. His sacred music is then studied, in late sources and paintings. Other aspects of Lassos’s fame and carrer are discussed, through his printing privileges and his portraits engraved after paintings. A last chapter is devoted to his influence in music bookselling and music collecting, which goes on during the XVIIth century.
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Laurent Guillo, Florence Gétreau. Permanence de Lassus en France au XVIIe siècle : répertoires, collections, iconographie ». Revue belge de musicologie / Belgisch tijdschrift voor muziekwetenschap, 2018, 72, pp.283-312. ⟨hal-02012436⟩

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