Jacobus de Kerle: Da Pacem Domine

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Program: #06-43, Air Date: 10/16/06

Contentious, controversial, and truly pan-European, Ieper's Jacobus de Kerle has been championed by that most dedicated of Lowlands music proponents, Paul van Nevel with his Huelgas Ensemble--the new disc even includes excepts from the de Kerle Requiem.

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Jacobus de Kerle: Da Pacem Domine--Contentious, controversial, and truly pan-European, Ieper's Jacobus de Kerle has been championed by that most dedicated of Lowlands music proponents, Paul van Nevel with his Huelgas Ensemble--the new disc even includes excepts from the de Kerle Requiem.

The recording is on the Harmonia Mundi label and is CD #HMC 901866. For more information, you may contact them at:

www.harmoniamundi.com

JACOBUS de KERLE (1531/2-1591):

--Missa Da Pacem Domine (excerpts)

--Cantio octo vocum de sacro foedere contra Turcas ("Song in 8 Voices on the Holy League against the Turks").

--Super omnia ligna cedrorum ("Higher than all cedar trees").

--Missa pro defunctis (Requiem Mass).

--Come nel mar ("How, in a sea of stormy dangers, against winds opposed to deep sighs?").

--Two Agnus Dei settings "Sur l'hexacorde ut-re-mi-fa-sol-la" (from Quatuor missae auctore Jacobo de Kerle Flandro Iprensi published in Antwerp, 1582).

--Media Vita ("In the midst of life we are in death").

Composer Info

Jacobus de Kerle (1531/2-1591)

CD Info

CD #HMC 901866