There can be no doubt - the Missa in C minor KV 427 by W.A.Mozart is a fascinating work. Simply calling it a "mass" is inaccurate; indeed, there is hardly more than a musical torso full of enigmas and problems - and brimming with magnificent music.
Gombert’s compositions are all vocal, some of which are for ensembles of up to twelve parts. His contrapuntal language is based on that of Josquin, but taken to the next level of complexity. Gombert’s vocal textures are often densely packed and the individual lines are characterised by an avoidance of rests. A substantial number of Gombert’s compositions survive, including ten masses, over 160 motets, 60 secular chansons, and a set of eight Magnificats (one in each mode). The motets on this recording, for 4–6 voices, are all fine representations of Gombert’s musical style.
This course aims to empower you to take advantage of the surprisingly rich set of collections that are available in C#. You'll learn how to use the various collection types to store data as arrays, lists, dictionaries, linked lists, or sets, as well as how to customize collection behavior in C#. You'll also learn how many of these types work under the hood and the implications for performance. This course also covers enumerators and the collection interfaces.