Author Topic: Philipp Schoendorff (1558-1617) fifth generation Franco-Flemish  (Read 63 times)

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Philipp Schoendorff (1558-1617) fifth generation Franco-Flemish
« on: December 10, 2020, 04:25:17 AM »
Hello friends if I have any left, I most than ensemble CInquecento for this the discovery of this master!


Born in Liege died in Prague
He was a singer a trumpeter at the court of Rudolf II, sound interesting , well it is he wrote  two masses one based on DE Monte's madrigals, he wrote also a book of motets two books and a magnificat to my knowledge.

I really like the work of fifth artisan of polyphony of thee Franco-Flemish, his style is reminiscent of Phillipe DE Monte and Carolus Luython which I highly regard as genius of there era.

I will keep it short since my post get usually erased even post on music, cllassical music  :(  >:(