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  1. Komponist (Renaissance): Orlando di Lasso, Johannes Ockeghem, Heinrich Isaac, Josquin Desprez, Jakob Arcadelt, Nicolas Gombert (German Edition)
  2. 1450s births: Bartolomeu Dias, Hieronymus Bosch, Josquin des Prez, Gaspar Corte-Real, Heinrich Isaac, James III of Scotland, James Tyrrell
  3. 1517 Deaths: Luca Pacioli, Fra Bartolomeo, Heinrich Isaac, Francisco Hernández de Córdoba, Batumöngke Dayan Khagan
  4. AIM, CMM 65-1 HEINRICH ISAAC (ca. 1450-1517), Opera omnia, edited by Edward R. Lerner. Vol. I [Alternatium Masses for Six Voices] by Heinrich Isaac, 1974
  5. AIM, CMM 65-2 HEINRICH ISAAC (ca. 1450-1517), Opera omnia, edited by Edward R. Lerner. Vol. II [Alternatim Masses for Five voices, I] by Heinrich Isaac, 1974
  6. AIM, CMM 65-3 HEINRICH ISAAC (ca. 1450-1517), Opera omnia, edited by Edward R. Lerner. Vol. III [Alternatim Masses for Five voices, II] by Heinrich Isaac, 1974
  7. Belgian Composers: Heinrich Isaac, Bobbejaan Schoepen, Joseph Ryelandt, Jean Absil, Eugène Ysaÿe, Henri Vieuxtemps, Poldowski, Frans Geysen
  8. AIM, CMM 65-5 HEINRICH ISAAC (ca. 1450-1517), Opera omnia, edited by Edward R. Lerner. Vol. V [Credo 1-17] by Heinrich Isaac, 1977
  9. AIM, CMM 65-4 HEINRICH ISAAC (ca. 1450-1517), Opera omnia, edited by Edward R. Lerner. Vol. IV [Alternatim Masses for four voices] by Heinrich Isaac, 1977
  10. Franco-Flemish Composers: Heinrich Isaac, Pierre de La Rue, Orlande de Lassus, Giaches de Wert, Jacques Arcadelt, Adrian Willaert
  11. Franco-Flämischer Komponist: Orlando di Lasso, Johannes Ockeghem, Heinrich Isaac, Josquin Desprez, Nicolas Gombert, Johannes Tinctoris (German Edition)
  12. Messe; Transcrizione Di Fabio Fano by Heinrich Isaac, 1962
  13. Innsbruck, I Now Must Leave You SHEET MUSIC SATB by Heinrich Isaac - SATB a cappella, 2010-01-01
  14. Missa Carminum: Gloria Sheet Music by Heinrich Isaac, 2009-06-27

1. Heinrich Isaac - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Illuminated chansonnier by Heinrich Isaac, showing the beginning of his fourvoice motet Palle, palle; probably written in Florence in the 1480s and copied
Heinrich Isaac
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Jump to: navigation search Illuminated chansonnier by Heinrich Isaac, showing the beginning of his four-voice motet Palle, palle ; probably written in Florence in the 1480s and copied during that period. Palle (Italian for "balls") is a reference to the coat-of arms of the Medici family, his employers at the time. Heinrich Isaac (also known as Ysaac Henricus Arrigo d'Ugo , and Arrigo il Tedesco Tedesco meaning "Flemish" or "German" in Italian) (around March 26 ) was a Franco-Flemish composer of the Renaissance , of south Netherlandish origin. He is regarded as one of the most significant contemporaries of Josquin des Prez , and had an especially large influence on the subsequent development of music in Germany. He was first claimed for Germany by Glarean who dubbed him "Henricus Isaac Germanus" but in his will he calls himself "Ugonis de Flandria"; Milanese [Revista critica della literatura italiana June 1886] speculated that this 'Hugo' might be connected to 'Huygens' and discovered the name "Isaacke" in the town archives of Bruges
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Little is known about Isaac's early life (or indeed his real name), but it is probable that he was born in

2. Heinrich Isaac | Classical Music Composer
About classical music composer Heinrich Isaac life, biography, compositions, sheet music, recordings, CDs, books.
Heinrich Isaac
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Heinrich Isaac Born 1450 in Flanders Died March 26, 1517 in Florence, Italy Period Renaissance (14501599) Country Netherlands Genres Vocal, Choral.
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  • Born 1450 in Flanders Died March 26, 1517 in Florence, Italy Period: Renaissance (1450-1599) Country: Netherlands Genres: Vocal, Choral
While Josquin Desprez is unquestionably the major figure of the middle Renaissance period, there are many other outstanding names that deserve attention. Above all, the music of Heinrich Isaac another exceptionally versatile composer of the Franco-Flemish school stands out from this particularly rich period of musical composition. Born some ten years after Josquin , Isaac (ca. 1450-1517) is likewise a composer whose early life remains obscure. After 1480 he is known to have been in Florence in the service of Lorenzo the Magnificent, a member of the powerful ruling Medici family; Lorenzo was responsible for Isaac's appointment as organist of the cathedral. Following the fall of the Medicis in 1497, he was appointed court composer to the Emperor Maximilian I in Vienna and Innsbruck, but his heart remained in Florence, to where he made frequent return journeys before finally settling there three years before his death in 1517. Depending on which authority one consults, Isaac is said to have composed anything between ten and thirty masses, a discrepancy that significantly illustrates just how little attention has so far been devoted to this aspect of his work. In contrast to those of most of his contemporaries, many of Isaac's sacred works employ a rich six-part palette, a format he adopted in the Missa de Apostolis. This is one of the masses composed during Isaac's service at Maximilian's court, and, in common with Austrian practice at the time, it omits a polyphonic setting of the Credo, and alternates polyphony with plainsong in the remaining sections of the Ordinary. Despite such telescoping it is an expansive work, amply demonstrating the composer's love of contrasting sonorities, long melodic lines, and when compared with

4. Heinrich Isaac - Wikipedia
Translate this page Isaacs Geburtsname dürfte „Hendrick“ gewesen sein; in Italien nannte man ihn „Arrigo“, in Deutschland „Heinrich“. In welcher Stadt Isaac bis 1484 gewirkt
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Wechseln zu: Navigation Suche Heinrich Isaac italienisch Arrigo Tedesco; * um wahrscheinlich in Flandern 26. M¤rz in Florenz ) war ein frankofl¤mischer Komponist und S¤nger.
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    Isaac nennt seinen Vater Hugo von Flandern († Februar 489). Isaacs Geburtsname d¼rfte „Hendrick“ gewesen sein; in Italien nannte man ihn „Arrigo“, in Deutschland „Heinrich“. In welcher Stadt Isaac bis 1484 gewirkt hat, ist unbekannt. Am 15. September 1484 ist in Innsbruck eine Zahlung an „Hainrichen ysaac Componist“ belegt. Offensichtlich befand Isaac sich auf Einladung Lorenzo de’ Medicis auf dem Weg nach Florenz und weilte l¤ngere Zeit am Hof des Sigismund von Tirol, wo auch Paul Hofhaimer wirkte.
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    In Florenz wurde Isaac S¤nger am Dom Santa Maria del Fiore. Die cantori di San Giovanni sangen am Dom S. Maria del Fiore (allsonnt¤glich), am Bapisterium S. Giovanni und an Sanctissima Annunziata. An diesen Kirchen wirkte Isaac als S¤nger und Komponist. Zahlungen f¼r Dienste im Dom sind ab Juli 1485 nachgewiesen, T¤tigkeit an S. Annunziata f¼r die Zeit nach dem 1. Oktober 1486. Vom 1. Oktober 1491 bis zum 30. April 1492 waren Alexander Agricola Johannes Ghiselin und Charles de Launoy Kollegen Isaacs.

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Author Isaac, Heinrich, Publisher Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press, Date 1950. This title can be found in 2 Iowa libraries

6. Heinrich Isaac - Britannica Concise
Isaac, Heinrich one of the three leading composers (with Jakob Obrecht and Josquin des Prez) of the Flemish school in the late 15th century.
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Heinrich Isaac
born c. 1450, Brabant
died 1517, Florence
Flemish composer. He spent much of his career in Italy, especially Florence, but was known as a leading representative of the Netherlandish style. As court composer to Emperor Maximilian I (from 1497), he was allowed to travel. He had many students, including Ludwig Senfl, and his historical importance in Germany is as the main disseminator of the progressive Northern style there. The beauty and quality of his works, which include over 100 masses, dozens of motet s, and secular songs, have led some to regard him as second only to Josquin des Prez among his contemporaries. document.writeln(AAMB2); More on "Heinrich Isaac" from Britannica Concise Webern, Anton (Friedrich Wilhelm von) - Austrian composer. More on "Heinrich Isaac" from the 32 Volume Isaac, Heinrich - one of the three leading composers (with Jakob Obrecht and Josquin des Prez) of the Flemish school in the late 15th century. Senfl, Ludwig

7. Isaac Heinrich Free Encyclopedia Articles At Online
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8. Heinrich Isaac
Translate this page isaac heinrich Isaac. (Holanda, 1450-1517). 1490 - A La Bataglia Biografía Compositor flamenco nacido en el sur de los Países Bajos.

9. 1858 Chortitza Colony Census Data For 1873 Yazykovo Inhabitants
6, Cornelius isaac heinrich Bergen, 19, Neuendorf 55. his wife Anna David, 20. 7, Jacob Jacob Jacob Braun, 11, Neuendorf 97. his wife Elizabeth Daniel, 9
1858 Chortitza Colony Census
for the residents living in the
Yazykovo Colony in 1872 and 1873
State Archive of the Zaporizhzhe Region, Zaporizhzhe, Ukraine
Fund F-59, Inventory 1, File 3
Translated and edited by Tim Janzen
The following table contains the data taken from the 1858 Chortitza Colony Census for the residents living in the Yazykovo Colony in 1872 and 1873. The original document is found in Fund F-59, Inventory 1, File 3 in the State Archive of the Zaporizhzhe Region, Zaporizhzhe, Ukraine, and is written in Russian. It was compiled by Jacob Braun, the Nikolaifeld district mayor. The file was begun in November 7, 1872 and was completed August 17, 1873. The document provides the names and ages of a total of 446 people who were listed in the 1858 Chortitza Colony Census. The following is a breakdown by village of total number of residents listed in this document: Nikolaifeld, 89 people
Franzfeld, 76 people
Adelsheim, 90 people
Eichenfeld, 84 people
Hochfeld, 62 people
Petersdorf, 45 people The population totals are given for most of the villages in the original document. Where the totals are not provided in the original document I have added that information in bold type. In a few cases the totals provided in the original document are incorrect. In those cases I have added the correct totals in parentheses in bold type.

10. ISAAC Heinrich (1450c.-1517)
Translate this page Heinrich ISAAC (1450c.-1517) Si tratta dei seguenti brani di H.ISAAC Guretzsch (Si dormiero) , Fortuna desperata e Fortuna in mi .
Heinrich ISAAC CD Instrumentalmusik am Hofe Maximilians I. Instrumentalstuck ohne Titel - Par ung chies do cure - Instrumental-fassung des Innsbruck-Liedes - La la ho ho - Helas La mi la sol - Instrumentalstuck ohne Titel - Tartara Der Hund Jay pris amours - Maudit soyt - Lombre - Palle, palle - Et ie bois d'autant altre musiche nel CD + SENFL, DESPREZ, OBRECHT, Anonimo, COMPERE, BRUMEL e FINCK data di registrazione non indicata luogo di registrazione non indicato live o studio studio anno (p) Label AMADEO AVRS 6233 Mono - SVRS 12009 Stereo Edizione in CD 423 417-2 (1 cd) durata CD nota CD LP Music at the court of emperor maximilian I Imperii proceres SATB ; pardessus de viole, recorder in c"; viola, recorder in f"; alto trombone; alto trombone; tenor fiddle, tenor trombone; basse fiddle, bass trombone Carmen in fa pardessus de viole, recorder in c"; tenor fiddle; viola, tenor trombone; bass fiddle Fortuna in mi positive organ An buos pardessus de viole, recorder in c"; tenor fiddle, alto trombone; viola, tenor trombone; bass fiddle, bass trombone; timbrel ring La morra I(nn)sbruck, ich muss dich lassen

11. Isaac | Find Articles At
Heinrich isaac heinrich Isaac (ca. 14501517) was a versatile and prolific Flemish composer of both secular and church music. He was one of the. Isaac&sn=10

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Chansonnier de Copenhague , an outstanding site showing facsimiles of French love songs.
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isaac heinrich 1450 Ca 1517. 1, 5 Italian songs for 3 voices or instruments See Vocal music. Selections. 2, Five Italian songs for three voices or,2129/search/a?Isaac, Heinrich,

15. Learning: WQXR
Biography following his progression from Flanders to Italy, the development of his music, and a summary list of works. From the Grove Concise Dictionary of

16. HOASM: Heinrich Isaac
Biography, related composers, period background, and discography from the Here of a Sunday Morning radio program.
Heinrich [Henricus] Isaac [Ysaac, Isaak], [Arrigo il Tedesco]
Franco-Flemish composer. Although the majority of his professional life was spent in Italy, particularly Florence, his influence was greatest in Germanic lands, where he lived intermittently from 1497, when he became court Composer to Maximilian I. Of his students, the most notable was Ludwig Senfl His long association with Italy began when he entered the service of the Medici in Florence around 1485 as a singer in the Cantori di S. Giovanni, a group that supplied polyphonic music for the cathedral and other local churches. His work for Maximilian I, from 1497 until his death, did not require continuous residence at the court but allowed stays of considerable length in various German cities, in northern Italy, and in Florence. Nevertheless, his position as imperial court composer and the many pieces he wrote for the Hofkapelle brought the Netherlandish style of music to German-speaking areas. Among his works are about 40 Mass Ordinaries, half cyclic (in the Netherlandish tradition), half based on liturgically appropriate plainsong melodies (in the German tradition); almost 100 cycles of the Proper of the Mass (following Germanic liturgical custom; most published posthumously in the 3-volume Choralis constantinus ); over fifty independent motets; and nearly 100 secular songs, including French chansons, a few Italian

17. Classical Net - Basic Repertoire List - Isaac
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Heinrich Isaac
(c.1450 - 1517)
Dutch Renaissance composer of vocal music, one of the leading contemporaries of . Isaac composed in all the forms of the time, preferring a conservative harmonic idiom, usually based on imitation. He was one of the most prolific composers of parody masses, using such unusual themes as "bass dances." As with many of his contemporaries, Isaac spent extensive time in Italy. He was highly influential in the later development of music in Renaissance Germany. ~ Todd McComb
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18. Heinrich Isaac
Biography and hymn tunes with portrait, MIDI audio, and scores in NWC format from the Cyber Hymnal.
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    19. Heinrich Isaac - A Discography
    heinrich isaac (c.14501517) was the next most widely known of Josquin s contemporaries, and a prolific composer in all genres of the period,
    Heinrich Isaac (c.1450-1517) - A discography
    This discography is presently in a preliminary state. It is believed to contain a substantial percentage of an eventual full listing, but has not been scoured for completeness or organized into sections based on individual works. It should prove informative nonetheless. Discographic material below has been collected to this stage with substantial help from Pierre-F. Roberge. Todd M. McComb
    Heinrich Isaac (c.1450-1517) was the next most widely known of Josquin Isaac's output is among the largest and most varied of the era. He wrote seventeen mass cycles in typical Franco-Flemish style, as well as nineteen cycles based directly on plainchant and intended for alternation with chant or organ. The latter were apparently intended for the German tradition, for which he also wrote the massive Choralis Constantinus Choralis Constantinus is a cycle of polyphonic Propers for the entire liturgical year, based on the appropriate chants. Although he was not able to complete it, Isaac's cycle was one of the largest to date, and probably his most influential work. He also wrote over fifty motets, in a variety of styles: more technical Franco-Flemish pieces such as Virgo prudentissima in six parts, chant-based settings comparable to his Propers settings, and lighter settings based on Italian styles. He left thirteen independent Credos. Isaac's secular and instrumental works consist of nearly one hundred pieces in French, Dutch, German, Italian, or without texts. He left one of the largest early outputs of original instrumental music, a legacy further supplemented by the many instrumental adaptations of short sections of his masses.

    20. Heinricus Isaac Biography. Download Classical Music By Heinricus Isaac
    The FrancoFlemish composer heinrich isaac was particularly active in Italy and in Austria, where between 1497 and 1514 he held the position of court
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    The Franco-Flemish composer Heinrich Isaac was particularly active in Italy and in Austria, where between 1497 and 1514 he held the position of court composer to Maximilian I. Earlier, from 1480 to 149,2 he had served Lorenzo de Medici in Florence, where he was cathedral organist, thereafter moving to Innsbruck and then to Vienna in the imperial service. He spent the last three years of his life in Florence, where he died in 1517. One of the most skilled and prolific composers of his time, and regarded as one of the most significant contemporaries of Josquin Desprez , he composed, in addition to large scale Masses and motets, songs and instrumental music.
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