Lesse faire a mi

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Program: #04-29   Air Date: Jul 12, 2004


How do the greatest Franco-Flemish composer, Josquin Desprez, a misguided French king, an infamous Pope, and the vengeful younger brother of Ottoman emperor Bayazid II come together in an exquisite mass whose motto is "Let me be?" We'll find out this week.

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Composer Info

JOSQUIN DESPREZ (c. 1440-1521),

CD Info

CD RIC 159166

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