Josquin - Missa Gaudeamus & Missa L'ami Baudichon - The Tallis Scholars & Peter Phillips - 2018 (FLAC, 24BIT – 176,4KHZ)

Josquin – Missa Gaudeamus & Missa L’ami Baudichon – The Tallis Scholars & Peter Phillips – 2018 (FLAC, 24BIT – 176,4KHZ)

Composer: Josquin des Prés
Orchestra: The Tallis Scholars
Conductor: Peter Phillips
Audio CD
Number of Discs: 1 CD
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Bit Depth: 24bit / 176,4kHz
Number of channels: 2.0
Label: Gimell Records
Size: 2.42 GB
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The Tallis Scholars & Peter Phillips / Josquin – Missa Gaudeamus & Missa L’ami Baudichon (2018)

Josquin des Prés (c.1440-1521)

01. Gaudeamus omnes 00:01:12

Missa Gaudeamus

02. 1. Kyrie I 00:00:57
03. 2. Christe 00:00:57
04. 3. Kyrie II 00:01:02
05. 4. Gloria in excelsis Deo 00:02:41
06. 5. Qui tollis peccata mundi, miserere 00:03:55
07. 6. Credo in unum Deum 00:03:46
08. 7. Et incarnatus est 00:03:27
09. 8. Et in Spiritum Sanctum 00:02:56
10. 9. Et unam sanctam 00:01:34
11. 10. Sanctus 00:01:39
12. 11. Pleni sunt caeli 00:01:30
13. 12. Hosanna I 00:00:55
14. 13. Benedictus 00:02:10
15. 14. Hosanna II 00:01:01
16. 15. Agnus Dei I 00:02:07
17. 16. Agnus Dei II 00:01:42
18. 17. Agnus Dei III 00:03:30

Missa L’ami Baudichon

19. 1. Kyrie I 00:00:41
20. 2. Christe 00:01:14
21. 3. Kyrie II 00:00:49
22. 4. Gloria in excelsis Deo 00:03:03
23. 5. Qui tollis peccata mundi, miserere 00:01:26
24. 6. Qui sedes ad dexteram Patris 00:02:06
25. 7. Credo in unum Deum 00:03:42
26. 8. Et incarnatus est 00:00:57
27. 9. Crucifixus 00:00:53
28. 10. Et resurrexit 00:03:51
29. 11. Sanctus 00:02:05
30. 12. Pleni sunt caeli 00:01:23
31. 13. Hosanna I 00:00:42
32. 14. Benedictus 00:01:21
33. 15: Hosanna II 00:00:47
34. 16. Agnus Dei I 00:01:02
35. 17. Agnus Dei II 00:02:05
36. 18. Agnus Dei III 00:01:18

“Josquin’s restless, searching intellect is on display in every one of his Mass settings, yet few offer as great a contrast as Missa Gaudeamus and Missa L’ami Baudichon. Can the same man write so diversely? I say genius on this scale knows no rules.” (Peter Phillips)

BBC Music Magazine

This is the seventh of nine projected discs in The Tallis Scholars’ ongoing endeavour to record the complete Masses of Josquin des Prés. Using just nine singers gives an intimacy to these readings and ensures clear-cut words and sharply delineated vocal lines.

Gramophone Magazine

The Tallis Scholars allow much light to filter through Josquin’s complex textures and they clearly delight in his beautifully spacious three-part setting of ‘Pleni sunt caeli et terra Gloria tua’. Their sound may have softened slightly with a new generation of singers but it suits Missa Gaudeamus particularly well. This disc is surely one of their best recent releases.

MusicWeb International

The Tallis Scholars’ series of Josquin des Prés masses goes from strength to strength.

Sunday Times

The Tallis Scholars give shapely performances…in the mature Missa Gaudeamus, the composer plays dazzling canonical games with his chant model, to often stunningly beautiful effect.

The Observer

The Tallis Scholars still ride high among small vocal ensembles – lithe, pure-sounding and vigorous as ever in performance of Renaissance polyphony.

The Arts Desk

The singing is technically assured and full of warmth; these performers know their stuff and want to share it with us

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