16th-century composers

2017-07-29T01:46:54+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Nikolaus Selnecker, Tomás Luis de Victoria, Cristóbal de Morales, Claudio Merulo, Cipriano de Rore, Jacques Arcadelt, Philippe Verdelot, Christopher Tye, Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck, Luzzasco Luzzaschi, Fabrizio Dentice, Arnolt Schlick, Sethus Calvisius, Giles Farnaby, Ascanio Mayone, Thomas Tallis, Philippe de Monte, Jacob Clemens non Papa, Hans Sachs, Nicolas Gombert, Costanzo Festa, Nicola Vicentino, Johann Schein, Giovanni Giacomo Gastoldi, Francisco Guerrero (composer), Ludovicus Episcopius, Jean Richafort, Konrad Hubert, Franz Eler, Giandomenico Martoretta, Cyriakus Schneegass, Gallus Dressler, Hermann Finck, Pere Alberch Vila, Johannes Hermann, Jhan Gero, Jean Mouton, Marco Facoli, Vincenzo Fontana (composer), Giovan Tomaso di Maio, Guillaume Boni, Franciscus Bossinensis, Estienne du Tertre, Jakob Meiland, Nicolas Champion, Hubert Waelrant, Elisabeth Cruciger, Antoine de Mornable, Johannes Aal, Simon Bar Jona Madelka, Kaspar Füger, Josquin Baston, Ondřej Chrysoponus Jevíčský, Cyprian Bazylik, Francisco Leontaritis, Adrian Le Roy, Pietro Pontio, Jacob Praetorius the Elder, Bartolomeo Tromboncino, Laurentius Petri Gothus, Dominique Phinot, Kryštof Harant, Girolamo Cavazzoni, Balduin Hoyoul, Ascanio Trombetti, Bartomeu Càrceres, George de La Hèle, Arnold von Bruck, Robert Carver (composer), Paul Eber, Johann Wanning, Luis Venegas de Henestrosa, António Carreira, Johannes Vodnianus Campanus, Jiří Rychnovský, Bartholomäus Ringwaldt, Anton Gosswin, David Köler, David Peebles, Thomas Crecquillon flashcards 16th-century composers
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  • Nikolaus Selnecker
    Nikolaus Selnecker (or Selneccer) (December 5, 1530 – May 24, 1592) was a German musician and theologian.
  • Tomás Luis de Victoria
    Tomás Luis de Victoria (sometimes Italianised as da Vittoria; c. 1548 – 27 August 1611) was the most famous composer in 16th-century Spain, and was one of the most important composers of the Counter-Reformation, along with Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina and Orlando di Lasso.
  • Cristóbal de Morales
    Cristóbal de Morales (c. 1500 – between 4 September and 7 October 1553) was a Spanish composer of the Renaissance.
  • Claudio Merulo
    Claudio Merulo (Italian pronunciation: [ˈklaudjo ˈmɛrulo]; 8 April 1533 – 4 May 1604) was an Italian composer, publisher and organist of the late Renaissance period, most famous for his innovative keyboard music and his ensemble music composed in the Venetian polychoral style.
  • Cipriano de Rore
    Cipriano de Rore (occasionally Cypriano) (1515 or 1516 – between 11 and 20 September 1565) was a Franco-Flemish composer of the Renaissance, active in Italy.
  • Jacques Arcadelt
    Jacques Arcadelt (also Jacob Arcadelt; c. 1507 – 14 October 1568) was a Franco-Flemish composer of the Renaissance, active in both Italy and France, and principally known as a composer of secular vocal music.
  • Philippe Verdelot
    Philippe Verdelot (1480 to 1485 – c. 1530 to 1532?) was a French composer of the Renaissance, who spent most of his life in Italy.
  • Christopher Tye
    Christopher Tye (c.1505 – before 1573) was an English Renaissance composer and organist.
  • Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck
    Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck (/ˈjɑːn ˈpiːtərsoʊn ˈsweɪlɪŋk/; April or May, 1562 in Deventer – 16 October 1621 in Amsterdam) was a Dutch composer, organist, and pedagogue whose work straddled the end of the Renaissance and beginning of the Baroque eras.
  • Luzzasco Luzzaschi
    Luzzasco Luzzaschi (c. 1545 – 10 September 1607) was an Italian composer, organist, and teacher of the late Renaissance.
  • Fabrizio Dentice
    Fabrizio Dentice (also Fabricio, Fabritio) (Naples ca. 1539 – Naples ca. 1581) was an Italian composer and virtuoso lute and viol player.
  • Arnolt Schlick
    Arnolt Schlick (July 18?, c. 1455–1460 – after 1521) was a German organist, lutenist and composer of the Renaissance.
  • Sethus Calvisius
    Sethus Calvisius or Setho Calvisio, originally Seth Kalwitz (21 February 1556 – 24 November 1615), was a German music theorist, composer, chronologer, astronomer, and teacher of the late Renaissance.
  • Giles Farnaby
    Giles Farnaby (c. 1563 – November 1640) was an English composer and virginalist of the Renaissance and Baroque periods.
  • Ascanio Mayone
    Ascanio Mayone (ca. 1565 – 1627) was a Neapolitan composer and harpist.
  • Thomas Tallis
    Thomas Tallis (c.1505–23 November 1585 by the Julian calendar still then in use in England) was an English composer who occupies a primary place in anthologies of English choral music, and is considered one of England's greatest composers.
  • Philippe de Monte
    Philippe de Monte (1521 – 4 July 1603), sometimes known as Philippus de Monte, was a Flemish composer of the late Renaissance active all over Europe.
  • Jacob Clemens non Papa
    Jacobus Clemens non Papa (also Jacques Clément or Jacob Clemens non Papa) (c. 1510 to 1515 – 1555 or 1556) was a Netherlandish composer of the Renaissance based for most of his life in Flanders.
  • Hans Sachs
    Hans Sachs (5 November 1494 – 19 January 1576) was a German meistersinger ("mastersinger"), poet, playwright, and shoemaker.
  • Nicolas Gombert
    Nicolas Gombert (c. 1495 – c. 1560) was a Franco-Flemish composer of the Renaissance.
  • Costanzo Festa
    Costanzo Festa (ca. 1485–1490 – 10 April 1545) was an Italian composer of the Renaissance.
  • Nicola Vicentino
    Nicola Vicentino (1511 – 1575 or 1576) was an Italian music theorist and composer of the Renaissance.
  • Johann Schein
    Johann Hermann Schein (20 January 1586 – 19 November 1630) was a German composer of the early Baroque era.
  • Giovanni Giacomo Gastoldi
    Giovanni Giacomo Gastoldi (ca. 1554 – 4 January 1609), was an Italian composer of the late Renaissance and early Baroque periods.
  • Francisco Guerrero (composer)
    Francisco Guerrero (October 4 (?), 1528 – November 8, 1599) was a Spanish composer of the Renaissance.
  • Ludovicus Episcopius
    Ludovicus Episcopius or Ludovicus de Bisschop (c. 1520 – 29 April 1595 in Straubing; in English: Louis the Bishop) was a Dutch composer of the late Renaissance.
  • Jean Richafort
    Jean Richafort (c. 1480 – c. 1547) was a Netherlandish composer of the Renaissance.
  • Konrad Hubert
    Konrad Hubert, also Konrad Huber, Konrad Huober, or Konrad Humbert (13 April 1507 – 13 April 1577), was a German Reformed theologian, hymn writer and reformer.
  • Franz Eler
    Franz Eler (sometimes Elers) (died 1590) was a teacher, choirmaster and composer of the Lutheran Reformation from Hamburg.
  • Giandomenico Martoretta
    Giandomenico Martoretta (Mileto 1515–1560s?) was an Italian Renaissance composer.
  • Cyriakus Schneegass
    Cyriakus Schneegass (German: Schneegaß; Latin: Snegassius, 5 October 1546 – 23 October 1597) was a German Lutheran pastor, hymn writer, composer and music theorist.
  • Gallus Dressler
    Gallus Dressler (16 October 1533 – 1580/9) was a German composer and music theorist who served as Kantor in the church school at Magdeburg.
  • Hermann Finck
    Hermann Finck (21 March 1527 – 28 December 1558) was a German composer.
  • Pere Alberch Vila
    Pere Alberch Vila (in Catalan language Pere Alberc i Vila) (1517–1582) was a Catalonian Renaissance composer and organist.
  • Johannes Hermann
    Johannes Hermann, also Johann Herrmann, (1515 – 22 April 1593 in Freiberg) was a German church musician, hymn writer and jurist.
  • Jhan Gero
    Jhan Gero (also Ghero, Giero; first name rendered occasionally as Jehan, Jan) (fl. 1540–1555) was a Franco-Flemish composer of the Renaissance, apparently active mainly in Italy, particularly Venice.
  • Jean Mouton
    Jean Mouton (c. 1459 – 30 October 1522) was a French composer of the Renaissance.
  • Marco Facoli
    Marco Facoli (c. 1540-1585), Venice, was an Italian organist, harpsichordist and composer.
  • Vincenzo Fontana (composer)
    Vincenzo Fontana (fl. 1550) was an Italian composer.
  • Giovan Tomaso di Maio
    Giovan Tomaso di Maio (also Majo, Mayo, c. 1490 - after 1548) was an Italian composer.
  • Guillaume Boni
    Guillaume Boni (c.1530–c.1594) was a French Renaissance composer.
  • Franciscus Bossinensis
    Franciscus Bossinensis (fl. 1509 – 1511) (Francis the Bosnian) was a lutenist-composer active in Italy in the 15th century.
  • Estienne du Tertre
    Estienne du Tertre (fl. mid-16th century) was a French composer.
  • Jakob Meiland
    Jakob Meiland (Senftenberg, 1542-Hechingen, 31 December 1577) was a German composer.
  • Nicolas Champion
    Nicolas Champion (also Nicolas Liégeois, dis le Liégeois; c. 1475 – 20 September 1533) was a Franco-Flemish composer and singer of the Renaissance.
  • Hubert Waelrant
    Hubert Waelrant (also Waelrand, first name occasionally Hubertus) (c. 1517 – 19 November 1595) was a Flemish composer, teacher, and music editor of the Renaissance.
  • Elisabeth Cruciger
    Elisabeth Cruciger (also spelled Kreuziger, Creutziger etc.; née von Meseritz) (c. 1500 - 2 May 1535) was the first female poet and hymnwriter of the Protestant Reformation and a friend of Martin Luther.
  • Antoine de Mornable
    Antoine de Mornable (fl. 1540s) was a French composer who was maitre de chapelle for count Guy de Laval in 1546.
  • Johannes Aal
    Johannes Aal (c. 1500 – 28 May 1553) was a Swiss Roman Catholic theologian, composer and dramaturg.
  • Simon Bar Jona Madelka
    Simon Bar Jona Madelka or Šimon Bariona Oppollensis (before 1550 in Opole – c. 1598 in Plzeň) was a Czech composer.
  • Kaspar Füger
    Kaspar Füger (also Caspar, born c. 1521, died after 1592) was a German Lutheran pastor and hymn writer.
  • Josquin Baston
    Josquin Baston (c. 1515 – c. 1576) was a Dutch composer of the first half of the 16th century.
  • Ondřej Chrysoponus Jevíčský
    Ondřej Chrysoponus Jevíčský (also Andreas Chrysoponus Gevicenus) (c. 1550-died after 1590) was a Czech composer who was active in Prachatice in southern Bohemia from 1576 to 1582.
  • Cyprian Bazylik
    Cyprian Bazylik (c. 1535 in Sieradz – c. 1600) was a Polish composer, usually designated as C.
  • Francisco Leontaritis
    Francisco Leontaritis or Francesco Londarit or Francesco Londarit, Franciscus Londariti, Leondaryti, Londaretus, Londaratus or Londaritus (1518-1572) was a Greek composer, singer and hymnographer from today's Heraklion of the Venetian-dominated Crete (Candia) at the Renaissance age.
  • Adrian Le Roy
    Adrian Le Roy (c. 1520-1598) was an influential French music publisher, lutenist, mandore player, guitarist, composer and music educator.
  • Pietro Pontio
    Pietro Pontio (March 25, 1532 – December 27, 1596) was an Italian theorist and composer.
  • Jacob Praetorius the Elder
    Jacob Praetorius (I) or Jacob Praetorius the Elder (c. 1520, Magdeburg - 1586, Hamburg) was a German organist and composer.
  • Bartolomeo Tromboncino
    Bartolomeo Tromboncino (c. 1470 – 1535 or later) was an Italian composer of the middle Renaissance.
  • Laurentius Petri Gothus
    Laurentius Petri Gothus (died February 12, 1579) was the second Swedish Lutheran Archbishop of Uppsala, Sweden, in 1575–1579.
  • Dominique Phinot
    Dominique Phinot (c. 1510 – c. 1556) was a Franco-Flemish composer of the Renaissance, active in Italy and southern France.
  • Kryštof Harant
    Kryštof Harant z Polžic a Bezdružic (1564 – June 21, 1621) was a Czech nobleman, traveler, humanist, soldier, writer and composer.
  • Girolamo Cavazzoni
    Girolamo (Hieronimo) Cavazzoni (c. 1525 – after 1577) was an Italian organist and composer, son of Marco Antonio Cavazzoni.
  • Balduin Hoyoul
    Balduin Hoyoul (1547-8 – 26 November 1594) was a Renaissance composer of the Franco-Flemish school.
  • Ascanio Trombetti
    Ascanio Trombetti (bapt. 27 November 1544 – 20/21 September 1590) was an Italian composer.
  • Bartomeu Càrceres
    Bartomeu Càrceres (fl. 1546) was a Spanish composer, notably of ensaladas.
  • George de La Hèle
    George de La Hèle (also Georges, Helle, Hele) (1547 – August 27, 1586) was a Franco-Flemish composer of the Renaissance, mainly active in the Habsburg chapels of Spain and the Low Countries.
  • Arnold von Bruck
    Arnold von Bruck (also Arnold de Pruck, Arnoldus Brugensis, indicating his origin) (c. 1500 – February 6, 1554) was a Franco-Flemish composer of the Renaissance, active in several Habsburg courts.
  • Robert Carver (composer)
    Robert Carver CRSA (also Carvor, Arnot; c. 1485 – c. 1570) was a Scottish Canon regular and composer of Christian sacred music during the Renaissance.
  • Paul Eber
    Paul Eber (November 8, 1511 – December 10, 1569) was a German Lutheran theologian.
  • Johann Wanning
    Johann Wanning (also known as Johannes Wanningus, Wannigk, Wannicke or Wangnick) (1537 – 23 October 1603) was a Dutch composer, kapellmeister and singer who worked for most of his career in the Prussian city of Danzig.
  • Luis Venegas de Henestrosa
    Luis Venegas de Henestrosa (c. 1510 – 1570) was a Spanish composer of the 16th century active during the Spanish Golden Age.
  • António Carreira
    António Carreira (Lisbon, ca. 1520-30 - Lisbon, ca. 1597) was a Portuguese composer and organist of the Renaissance.
  • Johannes Vodnianus Campanus
    Jan Campanus Vodňanský (Johannes Vodnianus Campanus, Jan Vodňanský Campanus; also Jan z Vodňan, Jan Kampánus Vodňanský, Ionnes Campanus Vodnianus) (27 December 1572 – 13 December 1622) was a Czech humanist, composer, pedagogue, poet, and dramatist.
  • Jiří Rychnovský
    Jiří Rychnovský (1545, Rychnov nad Kněžnou – 1616, Chrudim) was a Czech composer of the Renaissance and early Baroque era.
  • Bartholomäus Ringwaldt
    Bartholomäus Ringwaldt (28 November 1532 - c. 1599) was a German didactic poet and Lutheran pastor.
  • Anton Gosswin
    Anton Gosswin, also Jusswein, Jussonius, Cossiono, Gossovino, Josquinus (prob. Liege c. 1546 – Freising, Liege or Bonn between 2 June 1597 and 28 October 1598), was a Flemish composer.
  • David Köler
    David Köler, also Koler, Colerus (c.1532 –1565) was a German composer.
  • David Peebles
    David Peebles (died 1579?) was a Scottish composer of religious music.
  • Thomas Crecquillon
    Thomas Crecquillon (c. 1505 – probably early 1557) was a Netherlandish composer of the Renaissance.