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It appears also as a 'Ronde' in Tylman Susato's four-part dance collection published in Antwerp in 1551. Another of Le Roy's chanson-dance arrangements for guitar, entitled Bransle gay. Je ne seray jamah bergere, is also found in Moderne's collection,25 and several others appear in similar Parisian prints of the time. As previously suggested for the items with fourpart concordances in Le Roy's first book, combining the embellished guitar parts from his third book with the bass and inner lines from the ensemble versions can result in some truly delightful-sounding Renaissance consort music.

25 No. 28. France: The Creation of the Repertory 21 Brayssing's book concludes with two rather long pieces that are singled out for mention on its title page. The first is a perennial favourite, Janequin's 2oy-bar descriptive chanson L'Alouette/Or sus vous dormes trop, with its imitation of a singing lark; the second is a programme piece in the 'battle' genre, 189 bars long, composed by Brayssing himself, and entitled La guerre. The latter piece carries the rubric: 'Veldt schlacht Wieder loblicher Churfurst herzogk Johans Friderich Von Sachsen vor Mulberg gefangen ist Worden', which refers to the above-mentioned battle of 1547 involving his probable former patron Johann Friedrich of Saxony.

It is the work of Gregor Brayssing (fl. 1547-60) of Augsburg, a German lutenist who was probably in the service of the Elector Johann Friedrich of Saxony. Upon Friedrich's defeat by Emperor Charles V in 1547 at Miihlberg, Brayssing left Germany. He is not heard of again until 1553, the year his book was published in Paris by Le Roy and Ballard. Little else is known about him, but he was apparently active in the same Parisian music circles as Le Roy, and was a friend of Etienne duTertre, the composer of many chansons and an ensemble dance collection of 1557.

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