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Verdelot [Deslouges], Philippelocked

  • H. Colin Slim
  •  and Stefano La Via

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(b Verdelot, Les Loges, Seine-et-Marne, c1480–85; d ?Florence, ?1530–32, before 1552). French composer. He was the most important composer of Italian madrigals before Arcadelt, and one of the pioneers of the genre.

Practically nothing is known of Verdelot’s early career; it was presumably spent in northern France before he went to northern Italy at a fairly early stage. He may have been in Venice as early as the first decade of the 16th century. According to Vasari (...

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