Polyphony for Francois I

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Program: #08-31   Air Date: Jul 21, 2008

Paul van Nevel (in typical fashion) has found for his Huelgas Ensemble a stunning body of work--settings by many of the greatest composers of 16th century France (Mouton, Sermisy, Sandrin) in most cases with words by Francis I himself!

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