Venetian School

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Adrian Willaert - Musical Style and Influence
... style from which the polychoral style of the Venetian school evolved ... the psalms, the first polychoral work of the Venetian school ... work in the religious genre established Flemish techniques firmly as an important part of the Venetian Style ...
Veneto - Culture - Art and Architecture
... of monumental works such as the complex of churches on the island of Torcello, in the Venetian lagoon, with the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta ... of Gothic art, in addition to the Venetian church of Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari and that of Santi Giovanni e Paolo, are the Scaliger Tombs in the historical center of Verona ... In addition to Donatello, an important Venetian Renaissance artist was Andrea Mantegna (1431–1506), whose most important work in Veneto is perhaps the San Zeno Altarpiece, found in Verona ...
History Of Classical Music Traditions - Western Art Music - Renaissance Music
... as the first generation of the Franco-Flemish school is known, was at first a reaction against the excessive complexity and mannered style of the late 14th century ars subtilior, and contained clear ... The most famous composers of the Burgundian school in the mid-15th century are Guillaume Dufay, Gilles Binchois, and Antoine Busnois ... the middle generation of the Franco-Flemish school included Johannes Ockeghem, who wrote music in a contrapuntally complex style, with varied texture and an elaborate use of canonical devices Jacob ...

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