Jun 10, 2019 - Orlando di Lasso, Latin Orlandus Lassus, also called Roland De Lassus, (born 1530/32, Mons, Spanish Hainaut—died June 14, 1594, Munich) . Orlande de Lassus was a composer of the late Renaissance, chief representative of the mature . Orlando de Lassus was born in Mons in the County of Hainaut, Habsburg Netherlands (modern-day Belgium). Information about his early years . (biographical information courtesy of Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia). Orlande de Lassus (also Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso, Roland de Lassus, . (This is not, as might hastily be supposed, a confusion resulting from the fact that the ambassador from Ferdinand, king of the Romans, Don Pedro de Lasso, . Lasso, Orlando di (1532–1595) Composer born in Mons, in the county of Hainaut, a city of the Low Countries  then under the rule of Spain . A tradition says . project, called Orlando di Lasso: the complete motets a stylistic investigation of Orlando's vast musical . neutral; they demand neither the rhetoric of com-. The archducal library included works by Lasso, Willaert, de Monte, and Zacconi, . In 1599, Kepler wrote a friend that he wished that 'Orlando, if he lived,' could teach him . The earth moves and sings, and its song is not neutral and divinely . KEYWORDS: Orlandus Lassus (Orlando di Lasso), Prophetiae Sibyllarum, . Lassus, Prophetiae Sibyllarum, Prologue, score and recording a common concern for diatonic underpinnings (key, mode, or 'neutral' diatonic system). /Nfastnachtslied, A German Leid, Or Solo Song, Composed By Franco-Flemish Composer, Orlando Di Lasso, 1547. - Medium 18 x 24 inch Wall Art Decor Size.