Roland de [roh-luhnd; Flemish raw-lahnt], /ˈroʊ lənd; Flemish ˈrɔ lɑnt/, Orlando di Lasso, 1532–94, Flemish composer.
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How to use Lassus in a sentence
Quærens me sedisti Lassus,Redemisti crucem passus;Tantus labor non sit cassus.
Were a modern student to present such a plan to any commission, said M. Lassus, he would be dismissed as mad.How France Built Her Cathedrals | Elizabeth Boyle O'Reilly
Frontispiece bust portrait of Lassus and seventy-three plates on India paper, besides forty-three woodcuts.
De Lassus choked with emotion as he handed over the keys and the archives which so long had been under his charge.The Magnificent Adventure | Emerson Hough
Bos Lassus fortius figit pedem—The tired ox plants his foot more firmly.
British Dictionary definitions for Lassus
Roland de. Italian name Orlando di Lasso. ?1532–94, Flemish composer, noted for his mastery in both sacred and secular music
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