Utrecht Festival: Charles V in France

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Program: #00-47   Air Date: Nov 10, 2000


NOTE: All of the music on this program is from the Holland Festival of Early Music at Utrecht, and features a performance by the Ensemble Doulce Memoire directed by Denis Raisin-Dadre.

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Preservation of this program is made possible by a generous grant from Wendall Wilson.

I. JOSQUIN/TYLMAN SUSATO: Pavane "Mille regretz."

   JOSQUIN Des PREZ: Mille regretz (chanson a 4).
   SUSATO: Les miens aussi.
   NICHOLAS GOMBERT/JOSQUIN: Mille regretz (a 6).
   GOMBERT: Musae Jovis ("Deploration sur le mort
                            de Josquin Desprez").
   JOSQUIN: Douleur me bat.

II. JEAN MOUTON: Quis dabit oculis. Qui ne regrettoit.

    GOMBERT: Missa Sur tous regretz: Agnus Dei.
    MOUTON: Salve nos, Domine.
    GOMBERT: Paine et travail.

III. GOMBERT: O malheureuse journee.

                       Emendemus in melius.
                       Peccata mea, Domine.

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