The painter's surname is Landon.

(The first of J. Pachelbel's 95 Magnificat fugues)

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Music West

4 February 2003


B-A-C-H

Opus Imperfectum BWV 1080

BWV 1080 I (keyboard)
BWV 1080 I (open score)
BWV 1080 VII

Postfugal B-A-C-H


Palestrina

Kyrie I, Missa Aeterna Christi Munera

Anima Mea Turbata Est Valde ...
Dies Sanctificatus Illuxit Nobis...
Sub Tanto Duci ...
Sub Tanto Duci [alio modo]


Miscellaneous

Psalmus Poen. VI (De Profundis), sect. 4

Orlandi Lassi Bicinia ex VII Psalmis Poenitentialibus
Orlandi Lassi Bicinia Suavissima [1577]

Josquin: Missa De Beata Virgine



An Unclubbable Man

A General History of the Science and Practice of Music

(London, 1776; London:Novello, 1853; New York:Dover Publications, 1963)

Josquin (d. 1521) O Iesu fili David ("Quant peulx haver joye")
Jean Mouton (d. 1522) Salve, Mater Salvatoris
Anon. (in Glareanus:1547) A furore tuo, Domine
John Taverner (d. 1574) O Splendor Gloriae
Damiano Gos (d. 1596?), Ne laetaris, inimica mea


Examples From Various Textbooks and Histories

F. Maschera (d. 1584), Canzona
J. K. Kerll (d. 1693), Ricercar
Gradus ad Parnassum (Fux:1725) on Two-Part Fugue
J. K. Fischer (d. 1746), Keyboard Fugue


fudge

(Cf. the first of J. Pachelbel's 95 Magnificat fugues)


Not FUGUE but FUDGE

(egress)