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'''Biography''' Senfl joined the imperial chapel in 1498 or earlier, becoming a student of [[Heinrich Isaac]], and in 1508 is described as "clericus". In 1520 the Emperor Charles V dismissed the musicians, and from 1523 on Senfl stayed in Catholic Munich, never the less corresponding extensively with [[Martin Luther]].
 
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Latest revision as of 06:15, 14 July 2019

Life

Born: variously given as 1486 or 1489-91

Died: early 1543, according to NG

Biography Senfl joined the imperial chapel in 1498 or earlier, becoming a student of Heinrich Isaac, and in 1508 is described as "clericus". In 1520 the Emperor Charles V dismissed the musicians, and from 1523 on Senfl stayed in Catholic Munich, never the less corresponding extensively with Martin Luther.

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