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The Art Of The Netherlands / Munrow, Early Music Consort


Release Date: 11/27/2007 
Label:  Emi Classics   Catalog #: 64215   Spars Code: ADD 
Composer:  Josquin Des PrézAnonymousHayne van GhizeghemAlexander Agricola,   ... 
Performer:  Martyn HillPaul ElliottJames BowmanAndrew van der Beek,   ... 
Conductor:  David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Early Music Consort
Number of Discs: 2 
Recorded in: Stereo 
Length: 2 Hours 19 Mins. 

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This CD is reissued by ArkivMusic.

Notes and Editorial Reviews

One of the most influential recordings of early music ever made - the phrase “essential listening” is often used but it surely applies to “The Art of the Netherlands”.

...[This is] arguably Munrow’s most consistent and most polished collection, devoted to the sacred and secular polyphony of the mid-to-late fifteenth century. These recordings remain marvellously fresh and vital – even in the case of pieces that have since had more polished or more clearly recorded interpretations. That is especially true of the sacred music, recorded entirely vocally and (in most cases) one to a part. I challenge anyone to name a more tempestuous reading of Brumel’s “Earthquake Mass”, a more sombre, self-absorbed Intemerata Dei mater
Read more (this is still the only recording at super-low pitch), or more luminously clear canons (in Ave sanctissima Maria and Nesciens mater). In the recordings of secular music, the passage of time is rather more obvious. But idiosyncratic though it may now appear, the choice of instruments always combines flair and verve (the four settings of De tous biens plaine are a fine example). In the songs, tempos are rather more languorous than one is now used to, but Munrow’s finest inspirations still strike very deep (the Clerks’ Group’s recent, superlative recording of Du tout plongiet owes much to his). Though one is inevitably filled with a sense of loss at the thought of how much more Munrow might have achieved, one likes to think that if he were alive today, he would be as youthful as his recordings have remained. The phrase “essential listening” is often used (perhaps too often), but it surely applies to “The Art of the Netherlands”.

...[This set includes] a fine introductory sleeve-note by John Milsom (the attributions of individual pieces have since been revised)... [W]e are dealing here with one of the most influential recordings of early music ever made.

-- Fabrice Fitch, Gramophone [11/1997]
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Works on This Recording

1.
Scaramella va alla guerra by Josquin Des Préz
Performer:  Martyn Hill (Tenor), Paul Elliott (Tenor), James Bowman (Countertenor),
Andrew van der Beek (Alto Recorder), Alan Lumsden (Alto Recorder), Oliver Brookes (Viola da gamba),
Geoffrey Shaw (Baritone), James Tyler (Guitar), Christopher Hogwood (Harp),
David Corkhill (Tambourine)
Conductor:  David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Early Music Consort
Period: Renaissance 
Written: Italy 
Date of Recording: 1975 
Venue:  Studio 1, Abbey Road, London 
Length: 2 Minutes 7 Secs. 
Language: French 
2.
Allégez moy, doulce plaisant brunette by Josquin Des Préz
Performer:  James Bowman (Countertenor), Maurice Bevan (Baritone), Geoffrey Shaw (Baritone),
Paul Elliott (Tenor), Martyn Hill (Tenor), Rogers Covey-Crump (Tenor)
Conductor:  David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Early Music Consort
Period: Renaissance 
Written: France 
Date of Recording: 1975 
Venue:  Studio 1, Abbey Road, London 
Length: 2 Minutes 6 Secs. 
Language: French 
3.
Allegez moy, doulce plaisant brunette by Anonymous
Performer:  Robert Spencer (Lute), James Tyler (Lute)
Conductor:  David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Early Music Consort
Period: Renaissance 
Date of Recording: 1975 
Venue:  Studio 1, Abbey Road, London 
Length: 2 Minutes 10 Secs. 
4.
El grillo by Josquin Des Préz
Performer:  Martyn Hill (Tenor), Geoffrey Shaw (Baritone), Paul Elliott (Tenor),
James Bowman (Countertenor)
Conductor:  David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Early Music Consort
Period: Renaissance 
Written: Italy 
Date of Recording: 1975 
Venue:  Studio 1, Abbey Road, London 
Length: 1 Minutes 42 Secs. 
Language: Italian 
5.
De tous biens plaine by Hayne van Ghizeghem
Performer:  Nigel North (Tenor Rebec), James Bowman (Countertenor), Christopher Hogwood (Harp),
Oliver Brookes (Bass Rebec), Trevor [viola da gamba] Jones (Bass Rebec)
Conductor:  David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Early Music Consort
Period: Renaissance 
Written: 15th Century; France 
Date of Recording: 1975 
Venue:  Studio 1, Abbey Road, London 
Length: 6 Minutes 45 Secs. 
Language: French 
6.
De tous biens playne à 4 by Josquin Des Préz
Performer:  James Tyler (Viola da gamba), Trevor [viola da gamba] Jones (Viola da gamba), Oliver Brookes (Fiddle),
David Munrow (Bass Recorder)
Conductor:  David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Early Music Consort
Period: Renaissance 
Written: France 
Date of Recording: 1975 
Venue:  Studio 1, Abbey Road, London 
Length: 1 Minutes 39 Secs. 
Notes: Arranged: Josquin Desprez 
7.
De tous biens plaine by Alexander Agricola
Performer:  James Tyler (Lute), Christopher Hogwood (Harp), David Munrow (Treble Recorder),
Oliver Brookes (Fiddle)
Conductor:  David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Early Music Consort
Period: Renaissance 
Written: 15th Century 
Date of Recording: 1975 
Venue:  Studio 1, Abbey Road, London 
Length: 1 Minutes 22 Secs. 
Notes: Arranged: Alexander Agricola 
8.
Du tout plongiet/Fors seulement by Antoine Brumel
Performer:  Trevor [viola da gamba] Jones (Viola da gamba), Martyn Hill (Tenor), Geoffrey Shaw (Baritone),
Oliver Brookes (Viola da gamba)
Conductor:  David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Early Music Consort
Period: Renaissance 
Written: France 
Date of Recording: 1975 
Venue:  Studio 1, Abbey Road, London 
Length: 10 Minutes 28 Secs. 
Language: French 
Notes: Brumel wrote this selection after a piece of the same name by Ockeghem. 
9.
Een vrolic wesen by Jacobus Barbireau
Performer:  James Tyler (Lute), Geoffrey Shaw (Baritone), Martyn Hill (Tenor),
David Munrow (Alto Recorder), James Bowman (Countertenor), Oliver Brookes (Viola da gamba)
Conductor:  David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Early Music Consort
Period: Renaissance 
Date of Recording: 1975 
Venue:  Studio 1, Abbey Road, London 
Length: 2 Minutes 33 Secs. 
Language: German 
Notes: This chanson has also been attributed to Heinrich Isaac. 
10.
Een vroylic wesen by Paul Hofhaimer
Performer:  Christopher Hogwood (Regal)
Conductor:  David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Early Music Consort
Period: Renaissance 
Date of Recording: 1975 
Venue:  Studio 1, Abbey Road, London 
Length: 1 Minutes 36 Secs. 
Notes: Arranged: Paul Hofhaimer 
11.
Ein fröhlich wesen by Jacob Obrecht
Performer:  Alan Lumsden (Tenor Sackbut), Andrew van der Beek (Bass Dulcian), Michael Laird (Cornett),
James Bowman (Countertenor), Paul Elliott (Tenor), Martyn Hill (Tenor),
Geoffrey Shaw (Baritone)
Conductor:  David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Early Music Consort
Period: Renaissance 
Written: Netherlands (Holland 
Date of Recording: 1975 
Venue:  Studio 1, Abbey Road, London 
Length: 3 Minutes 38 Secs. 
Language: German 
12.
Prenez sur moi vostre exemple by Johannes Ockeghem
Performer:  James Bowman (Countertenor), Martyn Hill (Tenor), Geoffrey Shaw (Baritone)
Conductor:  David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Early Music Consort
Period: Renaissance 
Written: 15th Century; Flanders, Belgium 
Date of Recording: 1975 
Venue:  Studio 1, Abbey Road, London 
Length: 1 Minutes 54 Secs. 
Language: French 
13.
Ma bouche rit by Johannes Ockeghem
Performer:  Christopher Hogwood (Harp), Trevor [viola da gamba] Jones (Tenor Viola da gamba), James Tyler (Lute),
Nigel North (Lute), James Bowman (Countertenor), Oliver Brookes (Viola da gamba)
Conductor:  David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Early Music Consort
Period: Renaissance 
Written: 15th Century; Flanders, Belgium 
Date of Recording: 1975 
Venue:  Studio 1, Abbey Road, London 
Length: 5 Minutes 47 Secs. 
Language: French 
14.
Adieu, mes amours by Josquin Des Préz
Performer:  Trevor [viola da gamba] Jones (Tenor Viola da gamba), Oliver Brookes (Viola da gamba), Martyn Hill (Tenor),
Nigel North (Treble Vla da gamba), Christopher Hogwood (Harp)
Conductor:  David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Early Music Consort
Period: Renaissance 
Written: France 
Date of Recording: 1975 
Venue:  Studio 1, Abbey Road, London 
Length: 2 Minutes 4 Secs. 
Language: French 
15.
Adieu, mes amours by Anonymous
Performer:  Christopher Hogwood (Organ)
Conductor:  David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Early Music Consort
Period: Renaissance 
Written: circa 1535 
Date of Recording: 1975 
Venue:  Studio 1, Abbey Road, London 
Length: 2 Minutes 16 Secs. 
16.
Fortuna desperata by Antoine Brumel
Performer:  Martyn Hill (Tenor), Geoffrey Shaw (Baritone), James Bowman (Countertenor)
Conductor:  David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Early Music Consort
Period: Renaissance 
Written: France 
Date of Recording: 1975 
Venue:  Studio 1, Abbey Road, London 
Length: 1 Minutes 38 Secs. 
Language: French 
17.
Fortuna desperata by Alexander Agricola
Performer:  Oliver Brookes (Viola da gamba), James Bowman (Countertenor), Martyn Hill (Tenor),
Geoffrey Shaw (Baritone), Trevor [viola da gamba] Jones (Tenor Viola da gamba), Nigel North (Viola da gamba)
Conductor:  David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Early Music Consort
Period: Renaissance 
Written: 15th Century 
Date of Recording: 1975 
Venue:  Studio 1, Abbey Road, London 
Length: 1 Minutes 49 Secs. 
Language: French 
18.
Fortuna disperata by Anonymous
Performer:  James Tyler (Lute), David Munrow (Tenor Dulcimer), Trevor [viola da gamba] Jones (Tenor Rebec),
Eleanor Sloan (Treble Rebec), Nigel North (Lute)
Conductor:  David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Early Music Consort
Period: Renaissance 
Written: Italy 
Date of Recording: 1975 
Venue:  Studio 1, Abbey Road, London 
Length: 1 Minutes 13 Secs. 
Notes: This instrumental version of Brumel's chanson "Fortuna disperata" was formerly attributed to Josquin Desprez. 
19.
A la audienche by Hayne van Ghizeghem
Performer:  Oliver Brookes (Bass Rebec), Polly Waterfield (Treble Rebec), Nigel North (Tenor Rebec),
Trevor [viola da gamba] Jones (Bass Rebec)
Conductor:  David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Early Music Consort
Period: Renaissance 
Date of Recording: 1975 
Venue:  Studio 1, Abbey Road, London 
Length: 2 Minutes 31 Secs. 
20.
Ain niederlandisch Runden Danz by Anonymous
Performer:  James Tyler (Lute)
Conductor:  David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Early Music Consort
Period: Renaissance 
Written: 16th Century 
Date of Recording: 1975 
Venue:  Studio 1, Abbey Road, London 
Length: 1 Minutes 5 Secs. 
21.
Ein niderlendisch Tenzlein by Anonymous
Performer:  James Tyler (Lute)
Conductor:  David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Early Music Consort
Period: Renaissance 
Written: 16th Century 
Date of Recording: 1975 
Venue:  Studio 1, Abbey Road, London 
Length: 1 Minutes 16 Secs. 
22.
Comme femme desconfortée by Alexander Agricola
Performer:  Christopher Hogwood (Harp), Trevor [viola da gamba] Jones (Tenor Rebec), James Tyler (Tenor Rebec),
Oliver Brookes (Bass Rebec), Eleanor Sloan (Treble Rebec)
Conductor:  David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Early Music Consort
Period: Renaissance 
Written: 15th Century; Lowlands 
Date of Recording: 1975 
Venue:  Studio 1, Abbey Road, London 
Length: 2 Minutes 33 Secs. 
23.
La Spagna by Anonymous
Performer:  Michael Laird (Cornett), David Munrow (Alto Shawm), Roger Brenner (Alto Sackbut),
Peter Goodwin (Tenor Sackbut), Andrew van der Beek (Bass Dulcian), David Corkhill (Tabor)
Conductor:  David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Early Music Consort
Period: Renaissance 
Date of Recording: 1975 
Venue:  Studio 1, Abbey Road, London 
Length: 3 Minutes 30 Secs. 
Notes: "La Spagna" was formerly attributed to Josquin Desprez. 
24.
Est-il conclu par un arrêt d'amour by Anonymous
Performer:  Christopher Hogwood (Positive)
Conductor:  David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Early Music Consort
Period: Renaissance 
Written: 16th Century 
Date of Recording: 1975 
Venue:  Studio 1, Abbey Road, London 
Length: 1 Minutes 17 Secs. 
25.
La Bernardina by Josquin Des Préz
Performer:  Michael Laird (Cornett), Roger Brenner (Tenor Sackbut), David Munrow (Tenor Dulcimer)
Conductor:  David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Early Music Consort
Period: Renaissance 
Written: Italy 
Date of Recording: 1975 
Venue:  Studio 1, Abbey Road, London 
Length: 1 Minutes 8 Secs. 
26.
La Bernardina by Francesco Spinacino
Performer:  Robert Spencer (Lute), James Tyler (Lute)
Conductor:  David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Early Music Consort
Period: Renaissance 
Date of Recording: 1975 
Venue:  Studio 1, Abbey Road, London 
Length: 1 Minutes 19 Secs. 
Notes: Arranged: Francesco Spinacino (by 1507) 
27.
Missa sine nomine: Kyrie by Johannes de Tinctoris
Performer:  Geoffrey Shaw (Baritone), Martyn Hill (Tenor), Terry Edwards (Bass)
Conductor:  David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Early Music Consort
Period: Renaissance 
Date of Recording: 1975 
Venue:  Studio 1, Abbey Road, London 
Length: 4 Minutes 31 Secs. 
Language: Latin 
28.
Missa "Et ecce terrae motus": Gloria by Antoine Brumel
Performer:  Rogers Covey-Crump (Tenor), Geoffrey Shaw (Baritone), Maurice Bevan (Baritone),
Terry Edwards (Bass), Martyn Hill (Tenor), Paul Elliott (Tenor),
James Bowman (Countertenor), Charles Brett (Countertenor), David James (Countertenor),
Leigh Nixon (Tenor), Ian Thompson (Tenor), John Potter (Tenor)
Conductor:  David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Early Music Consort
Period: Renaissance 
Written: France 
Date of Recording: 1975 
Venue:  Studio 1, Abbey Road, London 
Length: 7 Minutes 59 Secs. 
Language: Latin 
29.
De tous biens playne by Josquin Des Préz
Performer:  Martyn Hill (Tenor), John Potter (Tenor), Leigh Nixon (Tenor),
Maurice Bevan (Baritone), Geoffrey Shaw (Baritone), Charles Brett (Countertenor),
James Bowman (Countertenor), Paul Elliott (Tenor)
Conductor:  David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Early Music Consort
Period: Renaissance 
Written: France 
Date of Recording: 1975 
Venue:  Studio 1, Abbey Road, London 
Length: 6 Minutes 33 Secs. 
Language: Latin 
30.
Missa "Ave sanctissima Maria": Sanctus by Pierre de La Rue
Performer:  Geoffrey Shaw (Baritone), James Bowman (Countertenor), Maurice Bevan (Baritone),
Martyn Hill (Tenor), Paul Elliott (Tenor), Charles Brett (Countertenor)
Conductor:  David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Early Music Consort
Period: Renaissance 
Written: Netherlands (Holland 
Date of Recording: 1975 
Venue:  Studio 1, Abbey Road, London 
Length: 4 Minutes 13 Secs. 
Language: Latin 
31.
Missa "La spagna": Agnus Dei by Heinrich Isaac
Performer:  Geoffrey Shaw (Baritone), John Potter (Tenor), Martyn Hill (Tenor),
Paul Elliott (Tenor), Leigh Nixon (Tenor), Charles Brett (Countertenor),
James Bowman (Countertenor), Maurice Bevan (Baritone)
Conductor:  David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Early Music Consort
Period: Renaissance 
Written: Italy 
Date of Recording: 1975 
Venue:  Studio 1, Abbey Road, London 
Length: 4 Minutes 32 Secs. 
Language: Latin 
32.
O bone Jesu by Loyset Compère
Performer:  Martyn Hill (Tenor), Paul Elliott (Tenor), James Bowman (Countertenor),
Geoffrey Shaw (Baritone)
Conductor:  David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Early Music Consort
Period: Renaissance 
Written: France 
Date of Recording: 1975 
Venue:  Studio 1, Abbey Road, London 
Length: 3 Minutes 11 Secs. 
Language: Latin 
Notes: This work has also been attributed to Francisco de Peñalosa and Juan de Anchieta. 
33.
De profundis clamavi by Josquin Des Préz
Performer:  Geoffrey Shaw (Baritone), Terry Edwards (Bass), Paul Elliott (Tenor),
Martyn Hill (Tenor), James Bowman (Countertenor)
Conductor:  David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Early Music Consort
Period: Renaissance 
Date of Recording: 1975 
Venue:  Studio 1, Abbey Road, London 
Length: 5 Minutes 0 Secs. 
Language: Latin 
34.
Benedicta es, celorum regina by Josquin Des Préz
Performer:  Geoffrey Shaw (Baritone), Martyn Hill (Tenor), James Bowman (Countertenor),
Paul Elliott (Tenor), John Potter (Tenor), Maurice Bevan (Baritone)
Conductor:  David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Early Music Consort
Period: Renaissance 
Written: by 1520; France 
Date of Recording: 1975 
Venue:  Studio 1, Abbey Road, London 
Length: 5 Minutes 35 Secs. 
Language: Latin 
35.
Nesciens mater virgo virum by Jean Mouton
Performer:  Paul Elliott (Tenor), Martyn Hill (Tenor), James Bowman (Countertenor),
Charles Brett (Countertenor), Terry Edwards (Bass), John Potter (Tenor),
David James (Countertenor), Maurice Bevan (Baritone)
Conductor:  David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Early Music Consort
Period: Renaissance 
Written: France 
Date of Recording: 1975 
Venue:  Studio 1, Abbey Road, London 
Length: 4 Minutes 15 Secs. 
Language: Latin 
36.
Inviolata, integra et casta es, Maria by Anonymous
Performer:  Geoffrey Shaw (Baritone), Leigh Nixon (Tenor), Ian Thompson (Tenor),
Rogers Covey-Crump (Tenor), John Potter (Tenor), Paul Elliott (Tenor),
Martyn Hill (Tenor), Charles Brett (Countertenor), James Bowman (Countertenor),
Rosemary Hardy (Soprano), Sally Dunkley (Soprano), Maurice Bevan (Baritone),
Terry Edwards (Bass)
Conductor:  David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Early Music Consort
Period: Renaissance 
Date of Recording: 1975 
Venue:  Studio 1, Abbey Road, London 
Length: 3 Minutes 23 Secs. 
Language: Latin 
Notes: This work was formerly attributed to Josquin Desprez. 
37.
Intemerata Dei mater by Johannes Ockeghem
Performer:  Terry Edwards (Bass), Maurice Bevan (Baritone), Geoffrey Shaw (Baritone),
Martyn Hill (Tenor), Paul Elliott (Tenor)
Conductor:  David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Early Music Consort
Period: Renaissance 
Written: 15th Century; Flanders, Belgium 
Date of Recording: 1975 
Venue:  Studio 1, Abbey Road, London 
Length: 7 Minutes 49 Secs. 
Language: Latin 
38.
Laudemus nunc Dominum by Jacob Obrecht
Performer:  Maurice Bevan (Baritone), Leigh Nixon (Tenor), Terry Edwards (Bass),
Geoffrey Shaw (Baritone), Martyn Hill (Tenor), David James (Countertenor),
Charles Brett (Countertenor), Paul Elliott (Tenor), John Potter (Tenor),
Ian Thompson (Tenor)
Conductor:  David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Early Music Consort
Period: Renaissance 
Written: Netherlands (Holland 
Date of Recording: 1975 
Venue:  Studio 1, Abbey Road, London 
Length: 7 Minutes 59 Secs. 
Language: Latin 
39.
Ave sanctissima Maria by Pierre de La Rue
Performer:  Paul Elliott (Tenor), Martyn Hill (Tenor), Geoffrey Shaw (Baritone),
Terry Edwards (Bass), James Bowman (Countertenor), Charles Brett (Countertenor)
Conductor:  David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Early Music Consort
Period: Renaissance 
Written: Netherlands (Holland 
Date of Recording: 1975 
Venue:  Studio 1, Abbey Road, London 
Length: 3 Minutes 57 Secs. 
Language: Latin 
Notes: This work has also been attributed to Phillipe Verdelot. 

Featured Sound Samples

El grillo (Josquin)
Missa "Et ecce terrae motus" (Brumel): Gloria

Sound Samples

Scaramella va alla guerra (villotta) (1996 Digital Remaster)
Allegez moy, doulce plaisant brunette (1996 Digital Remaster): I - Original six-part chanson
Allegez moy, doulce plaisant brunette (1976 Digital Remaster): II - Lute duet version (Anon early 16th Century)
El grillo e buon cantore (frottola) (1996 Digital Remaster)
Donna di dentro della tua casa (quodlibet) (1976 Digital Remaster)
De tous beins plaine (rondeau) (1976 Digital Remaster): I - Original three-part chanson
De tous biens plaine (rondeau) (1976 Digital Remaster): II - Four part instrumental version (Josquin) with canon a 2
De tous biens plaine (rondeau) (1976 Digital Remaster): III - Three-part instrumental version I (Alexander Agricola? 1446 - 1506)
De tous biens plaine (rondeau) (1976 Digital Remaster): IV - Three-part instrumental version II (Agricola)
Du tout plongiet - Fors seulemnet I'attente (after Johannes Ockeghem) (rondeau) (1975 Digital Remaster)
Mijn morken gaf mij een jonck wijff (quodlibet) (1976 Digital Remaster)
Ghy syt die werste boven al (1976 Digital Remaster)
Ein Frohlich wesen (1976 Digital Remaster): I - Original three-part chanson
Ein Frohlich wesen (1976 Digital Remaster): II - Keyboard solo version (ascr. Paul Hofhaimer 1459 - 1537)
Ein Frohlich wesen (1976 Digital Remaster): III - Four-part chanson (Obrecht)
Prenez sur moi vostre exemple amoureux (canon a 3) (1976 Digital Remaster)
Ma bouche rit (virelai) (1996 Digital Remaster)
Guillaume se va chaufer (1976 Digital Remaster)
Adieu mes amours (1976 Digital Remaster): I - Original four-part chanson from Petrucci's "Harmonice musices odhecaton A" (Venice, 1501)
Adieu mes amours (1976 Digital Remaster): II - Keyboard solo version (Anon 16th Century)
Fortuna desperata (1976 Digital Remaster): I - Original three-part chanson
Fortuna desperata (1976 Digital Remaster): II - Six-part version (Agricola)
Fortuna desperata (1976 Digital Remaster): III - Three-part instrumental version
Missa sine nomine (1976 Digital Remaster): Kyrie
Missa 'Et ecce terrae motus' (1976 Digital Remaster): Gloria
Credo super 'De tous biens' (1976 Digital Remaster)
Missa 'Ave sanctissima Maria' (1976 Digital Remaster): Sanctus
Missa 'La bassadanza' (1976 Digital Remaster): Agnus Dei
Haec Deum caeli (1996 Digital Remaster)
O bone Jesu (1996 Digital Remaster)
De profundis a 5 (1976 Digital Remaster)
Benedicta es caelorum regina (1976 Digital Remaster)
Nesciens mater virgo virum (1996 Digital Remaster)
Inviolata integra et casta es Maria (1976 Digital Remaster)
Intemerata Dei mater (1976 Digital Remaster)
Laudemus nunc Dominum (1976 Digital Remaster)
Ave sanctissima Maria (1976 Digital Remaster)

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