The Tallis Scholars Sing Josquin ()

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composed by Anonymous, French, Gregorian Chant, Josquin Des Prez

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Made in the mid-'80s, these recordings helped establish the reputation of the small, mixed-gender Tallis Scholars as one of the premier vocal ensembles specializing in the unaccompanied choral music of the Renaissance. They are devoted mostly to Josquin's masses, with just two delicious examples, one of them the famed Ave maria...virgo serena, of the composer's motets. The decision to make this reissue a two-disc set was a wise one, for it takes several full examples to really get a grip on what's happening in Josquin's ...

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  1. Pange lingua, hymn
  2. Missa "Pange Lingua", for 4 parts
  3. Missa "La Sol Fa Re Mi", for 4 parts
  4. Praeter rerum seriem, motet for 6 parts
  5. Ave Maria... virgo serena, motet for 4 parts
  6. L'homme armé, chanson
  7. Missa "L'homme armé" super voces musicales, for 4 parts
  8. Missa "L'homme armé" sexti toni, for 4 parts
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