songs

Songs about Verdelot:

songsVerdelot: Beata es virgo & Ave Maria by The Tallis Scholars from the Album Christmas With The Tallis Scholars

songsDurmendo Un Jorno (Philippe Verdelot) by Trio Unda Maris from the Album Antonio De Cabezón: Glosados, Diferencias y Tientos

songsInfirmitatem (Verdelot) by Richard MacKenzie from the Album The Parisian Delight

songsSancta maria, Verdelot by Unknown from the Album Naissance d'un Grand Orgue (Volume 1)

songs"Ultimi miei sospiri", a 6 di Verdelotto (Philippe Verdelot) by Andrea Damiani from the Album Vincenzo Galilei: Fronimo

songsVerdelot: Si bona suscepimus by The Tallis Scholars from the Album Cristóbal de Morales - Missa Si bona suscepimus

books

Books about Verdelot:

booksPhilippe Verdelot 24 Works (Sixteenth-Century Madrigal) by Jessie Ann Owens (Mar 1, 1989)

booksPhilippe Verdelot: Madrigals for Four & Five Voices (Sixteenth-Century Madrigal) by Jessie A. Owens (Mar 1, 1989)

booksPhilippe Verdelot: Madrigals for a Tudor King by Philippe, ALAMIRE VERDELOT (2007)

booksPierre Santerre, The Complete Chansons; Alessandro Striggio Touteau, Philippe Verdelot, Johannes Verius, Antoine... by Jane A. Bernstein (Mar 1992)

booksAIM, CMM 28-2 PHILIPPE VERDELOT (d. ca. 1540?), Opera omnia, edited by Anne-Marie Bragard. Vol.II [Motets from... by Philippe Verdelot (1973)

booksAIM, CMM 28-3 PHILIPPE VERDELOT (d. ca. 1540?), Opera omnia, edited by Anne-Marie Bragard. Vol.III [Motets from... by Philippe Verdelot (1979)

booksAIM, CMM 28-1 PHILIPPE VERDELOT (d. ca. 1540?), Opera omnia, edited by Anne-Marie Bragard. Vol.I [Masses, Hymns... by Philippe Verdelot (1966)

wiki

Wiki information Verdelot:

Verdelot
City/Town/Village, Dated location, Statistical region, Location

Verdelot is a French commune located in the Seine-et-Marne département, in the Île-de-France région.

Philippe Verdelot
Composer, Musical Artist, Person, Deceased Person, Musician

Philippe Verdelot was a French composer of the Renaissance, who spent most of his life in Italy. He is commonly considered to be the father of the Italian madrigal, and certainly was one of its earliest and most prolific composers; in addition he was...