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Author New London Chamber Choir.

Title The brightest heaven of invention : Flemish polyphony of the High Renaissance
Published Wotton-Under-Edge, Glos., England : Amon Ra, ℗1992

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Contents O admirabile commercium / Johannes Regis (6:32) -- Factor orbis / Jacob Obrecht (7:30) -- Pr[a]eter rerum seriem / Josquin des Prez (6:03) -- Nato canunt omnia / Antoine Brumel (6:49) -- Salve crux / Jacob Obrecht (10:25) -- In hydraulis / Antoine Busnois (8:38) -- Ave Regina Celorum / Guillaume Dufay (7:16) -- Anthoni usque limina / Antoine Busnois (6:37)
Notes Motets
Performer New London Chamber Choir ; James Wood, conductor
Event Recorded at S. Silas the Martyr, Kentish Town, London, Nov. 1991
Notes Hard copy version record
Subject Motets.
Choruses, Sacred (Mixed voices), Unaccompanied.
Sacred vocal music -- Flanders -- 15th century
Choruses, Sacred (Mixed voices), Unaccompanied.
Motets.
Sacred vocal music.
Europe -- Flanders.
Genre/Form Streaming audio
Form Streaming audio
Author Wood, James, 1953-
Regis, Johannes, approximately 1425-approximately 1496. O admirabile commercium/Verbum caro.
Obrecht, Jacob, -1505. Factor orbis/Canite tuba.
Josquin, des Prez, -1521. Praeter rerum seriem.
Brumel, Antoine, approximately 1460-approximately 1515. Nato canunt omnia.
Obrecht, Jacob, -1505. Salve crux arbor vitae/O crux lignum triumphale.
Busnois, Antoine, -1492. In hydraulis.
Dufay, Guillaume, 1397-1474. Ave Regina Caelorum, no. 3
Busnois, Antoine, -1492. Anthoni usque limina.
Other Titles Flemish polyphony of the High Renaissance