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Isaac, Heinrich Heinrich Isaac
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(1450 - 1517)
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Isaac, Heinrich: "La Mi La Sol" for Flute Quartet

"La Mi La Sol" for Flute Quartet
Heinrich Isaac

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Composer :Heinrich IsaacHeinrich Isaac (1450 - 1517)
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Heinrich IsaacMagatagan, Mike (1960 - )
Copyright :Public Domain
Heinrich Isaac (also Henricus, Arrigo d’Ugo, and Arrigo il Tedesco) (around 1450 – 26 March 1517) was a Franco-Flemish composer of the Renaissance. He is regarded as one of the most significant contemporaries of Josquin Desprez, and had an especially large influence on the subsequent development of music in Germany.

Little is known about Isaac’s early life, but it is probable that he was born in Flanders. It is known that he was writing music by the mid 1470s, and the first documentary reference to him is from 1484, when he was court composer at Innsbruck. The following year, he entered the service of Lorenzo de’ Medici at Florence, where he was organist, choir master, and teacher to Lorenzo’s children; he assumed this post on the death of Antonio Squarcialupi. One of his students in Florence was the future Pope Leo X. In 1494, the Medici were banished from Florence; the era of Savonarola was beginning, and Isaac was left to find employment elsewhere. However, he had married a Florentine and so maintained a household there throughout the remainder of his life.

By 1497, Isaac was in the employ of Emperor Maximilian I. He travelled widely in Germany, and is credited with having a big influence on German composers of the time.

In 1502, Isaac returned to Italy, going to Florence to make arrangements with the hospital Santa Maria Nuova; payments were made to the hospital in return for health and food provisions. Recently discovered documents offer evidence that Isaac began making yearly payments to the confraternity of Santa Barbara for mutual assistance. On 15 August 1502, Isaac wrote his first will which included names of his proprietors, alluding to the fact that he was doing well to care for his wife and property should anything happen to him. He then traveled to Ferrara to the Este court where he wrote the motet "La mi la sol la sol la mi" in merely two days and competed with Josquin for employment: a famous letter from the agent of the Este family compared the two composers, saying that "[Isaac] is of a better disposition among his companions, and he will compose new works more often. It is true that Josquin composes better, but he composes when he wants to and not when one wants him to."

Although this piece was originally written for Chorus (SATB), I created this arrangement for Flute Quartet (3 Flutes & Alto Flute).
Added by magataganm the 2013-05-12

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