Tagged with: Jean Mouton

Here are all our programs tagged with "Jean Mouton".

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The Songbook of Hieronymous Lauweryn van Watervliet

Program: #04-08, Air Date: 02/16/04

NOTE: All of the music on this program is from a recording made of the concert by the Egidius Kwartet from the 2003 Holland Festival of Early Music at Utrecht.

Vivat rex! Sacred Choral Music of Jean Mouton

Program: #08-25, Air Date: 06/09/08

NOTE: Our friends the Suspicious Cheese Lords bring us the third album of previously-unrecorded material from the High Renaissance (following their work with Carpentras and Ludwig Senfl), celebrating the French master Jean Mouton (before 1459-1522) who served the court during the eventful first 20 years of the 16th century.

Tell Me All Your Thoughts

Program: #13-03, Air Date: 01/14/13

Back to France, Jean Mouton set a chanson by his remarkable older compatriot Loyset Compère, and that rare an amazing piece is the theme of the new recording by The Tallis Scholars (orig. scheduled in Nov.).

Sacred Songs of France, Volume I

Program: #12-47, Air Date: 11/12/12

Another recent recording for which we wrote the liner notes features Gloria Dei Cantores in repertoire centering in the High Renaissance, including rare sacred works by Passereau and Dulot.

Live from la Maison Française–The Suspicious Cheese Lords

Program: #10-47, Air Date: 11/15/10

Continuing our series working with the Embassy of France with our friends The Suspicious Cheese Lords in late medieval and Renaissance French repertoire, recorded as part of the Washington Early Music Festival.