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" The characteristic of this whole group is an aversion from the frightful mechanical ingenuities of Josquin and his fellow-workers. This aversion becomes more noticeable in the group of men that immediately succeeded them. And we may be thankful that it... "
A History of Music - Page 155
by Sir Charles Villiers Stanford, Cecil Forsyth - 1916 - 384 pages
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Music - 444 pages of Robert de Févin ; Lhéritier ; and François de Layolle, who had the uncomfortable honor of giving music lessons to Benvenuto Cellini. For these men cleared away the choking masses of blind-weed that lay on the foothills leading upwards to the heights of Palestrina. Let us explain what...
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