The Josquin Companion
Oxford University Press, 2000 - 691 páginas
This Companion presents the most complete discussion ever published in English on the music of the greatest composer of the late fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries. A collaborative effort by a team of distinguished scholars, the volume provides a basic survey of Josquin's music and the many problems that attend it. Taking account of the most recent research, the book also includes a sampler CD of Josquin's works specially recorded by The Clerk's Group.
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Who Was JoSQUIN?
MASSES BASED ON POPULAR SONGS AND SOLMIZATION
with tenor of Josquin Missa Lhomme armé super voces musicales
MASSES ON PLAINSONG CANTUS FIRMI
the beginning of the Gloria
MASSES BASED ON POLYPHONIC SONGS AND CANONIC
CHANSONS FOR FIVE AND Sıx Voices
THREE SETTINGS OF ITALIAN TEXTS AND Two SECULAR
MISERERE MEI DEUS
SYMBOLISM IN THE SACRED MUSIC OF JOSQUIN
THOUGHTS FOR THE FUTURE
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