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Program: #02-50, Air Date: 12/16/02

The Shepeherd's Mass--Continuing our exploration of music from the Lowlands in honor of Bruges 2002, we hear this charming setting of a mass dedicated to the Shepherds who were told of Christ's birth, by this composer who lived in Bruges (as well as Antwerp and Ypres).

NOTE: This program and others this year celebrate Belgium and the

beautiful city of Bruges as the European Cultural Capital 2002.


For more information on Bruges 2002 you may visit their website at:, and for more information on visiting Belgium,

you may contact the Belgian Tourist Office at:


Clemens was born in Ieper (Ypres) and worked in the cathedral of St. Donatien

in Bruges (as well as in Antwerp). He died in Diksmuide. This mass is

based on the motet of the same name dedicated to the Adoration of the Shepherds.


JACOB CLEMENS non PAPA (1510/15--1555/6):


--Motet: Pastores quidnam vidistis.


--Missa Pastores quidnam vidistis.


--Motet: Pater peccavi.


--Motet: Ego flos campi.


These performances are by The Tallis Scholars directed by Peter Phillips.

Thre recording is on the Gimell label (distributed by Harmonia Mundi)

and is  # CDGIM 013.

Composer Info

JACOB CLEMENS non PAPA (1510/15--1555/6).

CD Info

CDGIM 013.