1480-1530 FR, Seine-et-Marne
Composer of Classical
Philippe Verdelot (1480 to 1485 – c. 1530 to 1532?) was a French composer of the Renaissance, who spent most of his life in Italy. He is commonly considered to be the father of the Italian madrigal, and certainly was one of its earliest and most prolific composers; in addition he was prominent in the musical life of Florence during the period after the recapture of the city by the Medici from the followers of Girolamo Savonarola.
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|Madrigali||Philippe Verdelot, Noël Akchoté||2015||Album|
|Early Italian Madrigals||Cipriano De Rore ∙ Jacques Arcadelt ∙ Philippe Verdelot - Capella Antiqua München ∙ Konrad Ruhland ∙ Frans Brüggen ∙ Gustav Leonhardt ∙ Wieland Kuijken ∙ Michael Schäffer||1982||Album|
|Frühe Italienische Madrigale = Early Italian Madrigals = Madrigaux Italiens Anciens||Cipriano De Rore ∙ Jacques Arcadelt ∙ Philippe Verdelot - Capella Antiqua München ∙ Konrad Ruhland ∙ Frans Brüggen ∙ Gustav Leonhardt ∙ Wieland Kuijken ∙ Michael Schäffer||1979||Album|