Missa diversi toni

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Program: #04-32   Air Date: Aug 02, 2004


The Flemish Hegemony: For years we have argued that composers of the Lowlands defined European music in the Renaissance--this week, a concert from the 2003 Utrecht Festival (co-produced with the Flanders Festival in Antwerp) of late sacred music by De Monte and Lassus, the composers who end the era of what Eric van Nevel calls "The Flemish Hegemony".

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