Clemens non Papa–New Research

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Program: #04-41   Air Date: Oct 04, 2004

NOTE: All of the music on this recording is from the recording Behold, How Joyful: Jacobus Clemens non Papa featuring the Brabant Ensemble conducted by Stephen Rice.

It is on the Signum label, and is SIGCD045. Aside from working at the church of St. Donation in Bruges, it is now speculated that he may have been murdered in 1555 or 6. The program is sponsored in part by the Belgian Tourist Office and the Embassy of Belgium in Washington, D.C. For more information on visiting Belgium, you may contact the Belgian Tourist Office at:

JACOBUS CLEMENS non PAPA (c.1510--c.1555/6).
--Ecce quam bonum ("Behold, how good & joyful a thing it is").
--Missa Ecce quam bonum.
--Accesserunt ad Jesum ("The Pharisees also came unto Jesus").
--Job tonso capite ("Job, his head shaven, fell upon the ground").
--Veni electa mea ("Come, my chosen one").
--Pascha nostrum. (Christ our Passover is sacrificed for us").
--Carole magnus eras ("Charles, you were mighty"--for Charles V).


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JACOBUS CLEMENS non PAPA (c.1510--c.1555/6),

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