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Program: #06-41, Air Date: 10/02/06

Two great Franco-Flemish composers, Dendermonde's Johannes Ockeghem and the influential Jacob Obrecht (born in Bergen op Zoom, and working in the great city of Bruges), are among the 30-odd who set masses on this famous tune--we'll hear an import disc with the Capella Fidicina.

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Missa L'homme arme--Two great Franco-Flemish composers, Dendermonde's Johannes Ockeghem and the influential Jacob Obrecht (born in Bergen op Zoom, and working in the great city of Bruges), are among the 30-odd who set masses on this famous tune.

The performances are from a single disc featuring the Capella Fidicinia and The Boys Chorus of the Thomaskirche in Leipzig conducted by Hans Gruss. It is on the Focusrite label, and is CD #VKJK 9609, imported by Forte Distribution.

JOHANNES OCKEGHEM (c. 1410-1497): Missa L'homme arme.

JACOB OBRECHT (1450-1505): Missa L'homme arme.

Composer Info

JOHANNES OCKEGHEM (c. 1410-1497), JACOB OBRECHT (1450-1505)

CD Info

CD #VKJK 9609