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a composer who specializes in counterpoint

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By considering source authentication, compositional elements, texture, and rhetorical shape, Patrick Macey weighs conflicting attributions of the psalm motet De profundis clamavi to Josquin or his younger contemporary Nicolas Champion, "a skilled contrapuntist who created excellent music," deducing that "the weight of the evidence tips the scales in Champion's favor" (p.
He was a pioneer of polytonality and polymodality from the early 1900s onwards, besides being a master contrapuntist whose idol was J.
They reflect the composer's rather conservative musical style (only the last motet includes a basso seguente part) and his orientation toward counterpoint, doubtlessly the result of his organ study with the master contrapuntist Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck.
Sessions, known as a strict contrapuntist, seems to have influenced Nancarrow the most.
Johann Theile is esteemed among the north-German baroque contrapuntists, including Dietrich Buxtehude and Johann Adam Reincken.