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*1545d. [[Neufiesme livre des chanson a quatre parties (Tielman Susato)|''Neufiesme livre des chansons a quatre parties'']]
 
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*1545e. [[Dixiesme livre contenant La Bataille a quatre (Tielman Susato)|''Dixiesme livre contenant La Bataille a quatre'']]
 
*1545e. [[Dixiesme livre contenant La Bataille a quatre (Tielman Susato)|''Dixiesme livre contenant La Bataille a quatre'']]
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*1550c. [[Quatorsiesme livre a quatre parties contenant dix-huit chansons italiennes, six chansons francaises et six motets (Tielman Susato)|''Quatorsiesme livre a quatre parties contenant dix-huit chansons italiennes, six chansons francaises et six motets'']]
 
*1551. {{NoCo|Het tvueetste musick boexken mit vier partyen}}
 
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*1553d ''[[Ecclesiasticarum cantionum quinque vocum, liber 5]]''
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*1553e ''[[Ecclesiasticarum cantionum quinque vocum, liber 6]]''
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Revision as of 15:54, 25 November 2021

Aliases: Tylman Susato

Life

Born: c. 1510 — 1515

Died: after 1570

Biography

German born music printer, publisher and composer. Founded his publishing firm in 1543 in Antwerp where he had been active as a cathedral and town musician. As a printer of music he was the first to publish chansons in Dutch (two collections). Published French and Dutch chansons, dance music and motets by various renowned composers such as Josquin des Prez, Orlandus Lassus and Cipriano de Rore.

Susato's own compositions include one mass, many motets and chansons, some Dutch chansons, 10 three-part Souterliedeken settings (to complete the set of psalms for the last three-part Souterliedeken book after Jacobus Clemens non Papa's death in 1556). The dance settings in his print: "Het Derde Musyck Boexken (Alerhanden Danserye)" were probably at least in large part made by Susato himself.

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List of choral works

 
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Publications

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