Tiers livre des chansons a 4-6 parties (Orlando di Lasso)

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General information

Published: At least by 1570, likely earlier.

Misc.: The third book of Orlando di Lasso's 4-5 voice chansons, the first to feature Lasso exclusively (up to half of the contents of the two previous books had featured works by Cipriano de Rore and Philippe de Monte), and the first to not include any Italian madrigals. The vast majority of the works listed below (taken from a 1570 edition) are 4-5 voice chansons, with two secular motets thrown in: a five-voice motet in two parts "Alma Venus," and a 6-voice setting of "Tityre tu patulae recubans sub tegmine fagi," from the first stanza of Virgil's first Eclogue.

Facsimile: 1566 edition -- 1570 edition, from the Munich Digitization Center.

List of works

# Title Voices Part
1 Las voulez vous qu'une persone chante 4
2 En espoir vis 4
3 Avecques vous 4
4 Je l'aime bien et l'amerai 4
5 Trop endurer sans avoir alliance 4
6 Vrai dieu disoit une fillette 4
7 Helas quel jour seray-je a mon vouloir 4
8 Un doux nenny, avec un doux soubrire 4
9 Ce faux amour d’arc et de flesches s’arme 4
10 Est il possible a moy pouvoir trouver 5
11 Alma Venus vultu languentem despice laeto 5 Prima pars
11 Nunc e legos dive querulous dimit tite versus 5 Secunda pars
12 Elle s’en va de moy la mieux aymée 5
13 Le Rossignol plaisant et gratieux 5
14 Veux tu ton mal 5
15 Le voulez vous 5
16 Sur tout regretz le mien plus pieux pleure 5
17 Las me fault il tant de mal supporter 5
18 Mon coeur se recommande à vous 5
19 Vous qui aymez le dames 5
20 Ardant amour 5
21 L’attens le temps 5
22 Susanne un jour 5
23 Un triste coeur 5
24 Tityre tu patulae recubans sub tegmine fagi 6