Born: variously given as 1486 or 1489-91
Died: early 1543, according to NG
Biography Senfl joined the imperial chapel in 1498 or earlier, becoming a student of Heinrich Isaac, and in 1508 is described as "clericus". In 1520 the Emperor Charles V dismissed the musicians, and from 1523 on Senfl stayed in Catholic Munich, never the less corresponding extensively with Martin Luther.
View the Wikipedia article on Ludwig Senfl.
List of choral works
Works in Latin
Works in German (and other languages)
Other works not listed above (See Template:CheckMissing for possible reasons and solutions)
- Apparuerunt apostolis ... – * Loquebantur variis linguis
- Crux fidelis / Ecce lignum / O Crux ave
- Non vos relinquam orphanos
- Omnes superni ordines – * Primum virtutes igneae
- Veni Creator Spiritus - Qui Paraclitus diceris
- Vesperis Omnium Sanctorum
- Vespers at Penthecoste
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