See below. - General Information Title: Missa Pange lingua Composer: Francisco Lpez Capillas Lyricist: Number of voices: 6vv Voicing: SSATBB Genre: Sacred , Mass Language: Latin Instruments: A cappella First published: Description: Based on the more hispano version of the Pange lingua chant External websites: Moreover, a number of unique variant readings have been introduced. *#575455 - 0.08MB, 9 pp. 0.0/10 0.0/10 0.0/10 (-)- !N/!N/!N - 57 - Agarvin, ZIP typeset by editor *#218223 - 0.32MB,? 8 Some societies use Oxford Academic personal accounts to provide access to their members. Stylistically, the Missa Pange Lingua is the summit of Josquin's work in the genre. Josquin wrote two entirely canonic massesAd fugam, the earlier one, may be his most rigid and mathematically dense composition. Given the quality of these unique readings, most of them may be the result of some performing practice outside the composer's control. Winter Sale: 65% OFF 03 d: 12 h: 01 m: 21 s. View offer. 4 4 In the Missa pange lingua, all voices carry variants of the hymn, with the beginnings of successive phrases marking points of imitation in the mass. 10 10 Last edited on 11 February 2023, at 00:44, Choral Public Domain Library (ChoralWiki), Choral Journal is a benefit of membership in the American Choral Directors Association. 2 Agnus Dei pp. J. Peter Burkholder: "Borrowing"; Honey Meconi, "Pierre de La Rue"; Grove Music Online, ed. And yet, with such complete impregnation of the work by the substance of the chant model, Josquin hardly misses an opportunity to enhance with symbolism and text-painting his presentation of the Mass Ordinary text. Composing complex canons was a hallmark of excellence for every 15th-century composer. - Constant flow more feasible because of increased variation in rhythm. 8 1. It is distinguished from the other types of mass composition, including cyclic mass, parody, canon, soggetto cavato, free composition, and mixtures of these techniques. XVI C 4. Apart from several copying errors, its reading offers both resolved and newly added ligatures and quite a host of rhythmic substitutions, which for the most part have little impact on the placement of text. [1] It was not available to Ottaviano Petrucci for his 1514 collection of Josquin's masses, the third and last of the set; additionally, the mass contains references to other late works such as the Missa de Beata Virgine and the Missa Sine nomine. The form which contains a burden is what? Do not use an Oxford Academic personal account. This page was last edited on 11 December 2022, at 02:45. Download and print in PDF or MIDI free sheet music for Missa Pange Lingua by Josquin des Prez arranged by mdg for Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass voice (Choral) Browse. 6 "Peter Phillips absolutely lives this music and with The Tallis Scholars you get clarity of texture, exquisite phrasing and a luminosity of tone . Credo IV. *#203157 - 0.08MB, 5 pp. *#572205 - 7.09MB - 7:45 - Agnus Dei I and III from Missa Pange lingua Josquin Dum vastos Adriae fluctus Jacquet de Mantua (1483-1559) Friday, February 26, 2021 at 8pm . The official publication of the American Choral Directors Association is Choral Journal. Free shipping for many products! pp. Jan van Eyck, The Ghent Altar (1432, detail) (photo: Hugo Maertens, Dominique Provost). 10 This became the fundamental modus operandi for serious composers of the 16th century. Missa Pange lingua (Josquin) - from CDH55374 - Hyperion Records - MP3 and Lossless downloads Welcome to Hyperion Records, an independent British classical label devoted to presenting high-quality recordings of music of all styles and from all periods from the twelfth century to the twenty-first. The more open sonority this gives is detectable, especially in transposition. Through this approach, in imitation in all voices, these clear-cut melodies clearly affirm what has just been stated. - Individual melodies with occasional marked cadences. 10 6 2 6 And the texture shifts instantly to a contrasting and introspective affect upon the cry "miserere nobis." [3] 10 6 Although including a number of editorial reworkings, the reading in Toledo, Biblioteca Capitular, MS B.16, copied 1542 in Toledo, may be a later descendent of the Roman tradition as transmitted in VatS16. The reading of the mass transmitted in the choirbook Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Musiksammlung, Musica MS 510, possibly copied in Augsburg or Munich around 1513-1519, seems to confirm this picture. The melody is sung in Latin . History. 2 Subscriptions are available to libraries. Album Rating: 5.0This is a hard piece to write about because in a lot of ways it feels like the apex of his abilities without doing any one thing especially incredibly, but I gave it the ol' college try anyhow. 2 Several movements, such as the Kyrie and Agnus Dei III which frame the cycle, derive their entire cadential and formal structure from the phrases of the hymn. - This source-based study reveals how Lutherans selected the Missa Pange lingua for performance over other available masses and adapted it for their liturgical and pedagogical needs. 6 *#218224 - 0.02MB - 2:38 - Table 1: Variant readings in JenaU 21, VatS16 and MunBS 510 against BrusBR IV.922, Pre-existent material: Plainchant hymn Pange lingua gloriosi, treated as Instruments: A cappella. The effect is curiously cathartic, as though the listener, having been "teased" throughout, is finally allowed to enjoy the 6 XML score data: Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Sanctus, Agnus dei. Advertising space is available as well. While the movements begin with quotations from the original, as the movements progress Josquin treats the Pange lingua tune so freely that only hints of it are heard. 4 Take a look. Missa Pange lingua, here under its alternative title Missa De venerabili sacramento, in a manuscript from the 1520s ( Austrian National Library). In contrast to these sources, the edition in four partbooks by Grapheus of 1539, Missae tredecim quator vocum, offers several copying errors and a reading in which many under-third cadences and anticipations are ommitted and ligatures resolved. 4 John Dunstable's Gloria is an example of this procedure, as are the two settings by Guillaume Dufay of the Marian Antiphon Alma redemptoris mater. The parody mass , also known as the imitation mass (for the use of the word "parody" implies no satire, but is based on a misreading of a 16th-century source), uses many voices from a polyphonic . Josquins nameless mass is his second entirely canonic setting and shows the fruits of his experience in mathematical writing. 10 Robin Leaver writes that these four Lutheran Masses all use a "symmetrical, five-movement Gloria in which a central movement (in BWV 236 a duet) is framed by two arias and two choruses.". Josquin treats the "Agnus Dei" supplications as the cycle's clear culmination, and he evokes this prayer with complex subtlety, beginning with a threefold (triune?) An innovator of the first order, he was the principal architect of the "point of imitation" style, in which a motif introduced in one voice is imitated in another, then another, enabling the polyphonic texture to grow from a pair of voices to four, five or six before a cadence is reached and the process begins again with a new round of entries. 10 The slow abandonment of the chant as a starting point for the middle movements is unique. Gloria III. Composing For The Pope: A Church Music Primer. This isolated Roman transmission of the mass suggests that only in the second decade of the 16th century did a copy of Josquin's mass become known in circles directly related to the Vatican. 4 Everyone agrees that it is a late work, quite possibly Josquin's last mass, and in many ways his finest. the New Josquin Edition Critical Commentary: Masses based on Gregorian chants "Pange lingua gloriosi corporis mysterium" (Ecclesiastical Latin: [pande liwa loriosi korporis]) is a Medieval Latin hymn attributed to Saint Thomas Aquinas (1225-1274) for the Feast of Corpus Christi. Contextual translation of "missa pange lingua" into English. [20], Mizler translation, tables XXIII, XXIV, XXVII, XXIX, XXX. 2 The Missa Pange lingua is regarded as one of Josquin's last works due to its omission from Ottaviano Petrucci's three Josquin mass volumes, particularly the final one published in 1514. 0.0/10 Sanctus V. Agnus Dei, II. (-)- !N/!N/!N - 598 - Reccmo, Gloria [8] Several passages in homophony are striking, and no more so than the setting of "et incarnatus est" in the Credo: here the text, "he became incarnate by the Holy Ghost from the Virgin Mary" is set to the complete melody from the original hymn which contains the words "Sing, O my tongue, of the mystery of the divine body. 140 is a more easily recognized cantus firmus work, a chorale cantata. If anything is fascinating in the composer's setting of the Ordinary text, it is certainly the way in which he has conceived from this material a melodic framework in which the declamation of the text remains crystal-clear. Following successful sign in, you will be returned to Oxford Academic. That Alamire's copyists must have worked with several exemplars of the complete mass is verified by the redaction of a third reading of the mass, transmitted in the choirbook Vienna, sterreichische Nationalbibliothek, Handschriftensammlung, Ms 4809, copied between 1521 and 1525 in the same scriptorium. (-) - !N/!N/!N - 117 - MP3 - Stenov, 4. (-)- !N/!N/!N - 476 - Michrond, PDF typeset by arranger The Kyrie of Mass in G Major begins with a lovely, meditative fugue - a real "throw-back" movement, drawing on the contrapuntal tradition of the . 10 View the institutional accounts that are providing access. 8 This mass was probably composed near the end of Josquin's life, around 1520. The composition is a setting of the ordinary of the Mass, which includes the Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Sanctus, and Agnus Dei. 0.0/10 Dure : 4968 secondesNombre de pistes : 14Piste 1 : Salve Regina a5Piste 2 : Pange, lingua, glorisiPiste 3 : Missa Pange lingua : KyriePiste 4 : Ave Maria, Virgo SerenaPiste 5 : Missa Pange lingua : GloriaPiste 6 : Inviolata, integra, et casta esPiste 7 : Missa Pange lingua : CredoPiste 8 : Vivrai je tousjoursPiste 9 : El grilloPiste 10 : Missa Pange lingua : Sanctus - BenedictusPiste 11 . XVI C 4, f. 73v (Cambrai antiphoner, c. 1508-1518), Editorially supplied material: Plainchant intonations of Gloria and Credo Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Tallis Scholars : Missa Pange LinguaMissa La Sol Fa Re Mi CD at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products! Composer: Josquin Title: "Kyrie" from "Missa Pange Lingua" Date: 1514 Period: Renaissance Genre: Mass Rhythm, meter, and texture: Varied, flowing rhythms, in line with how Renaissance music favored varying rhythmic independence for the melodic lines. (-)- !N/!N/!N - 134 - Michrond, Bass trombone 1-5 *#203161 - 0.00MB - 2:12 - "Missa Pange Lingua" is a choral piece composed by Josquin des Prez, a prominent composer of the Renaissance period. You do not currently have access to this chapter. 1986 American Choral Directors Association The Missa Pange lingua by Josquin des Prez is a cantus firmus Mass; each movement begins with a few notes of successive phrases of the Good Friday hymn. (-)- !N/!N/!N - 134 - Michrond, Engraving files (Finale) Many compositions in fauxbourdon, a characteristic technique of the Burgundian School, use a paraphrased version of a plainchant tune in the highest voice. These partbooks were in the possession of cardinal Giulio de' Medici. *#575453 - 0.06MB, 6 pp. *#203158 - 0.01MB,? *#622065 - 0.20MB, 3 pp. (-) - !N/!N/!N - 779 - MP3 - Stenov, 4 more: 2. *#47987 - 2.26MB, 25 pp. It is heard first in long note values and then in a more or less free elaboration. Therefore it looks as if the 'Alamire' scriptorium first obtained a copy of the mass in which the rather highly demanding settings for two soloists were replaced by other settings, and only somewhat later obtained a fair copy of Josquin's original version. (-) - !N/!N/!N - 601 - MID - Reccmo, MID file (audio/video) 0.0/10 - This difference really does help to define this piecein all the other masses, even the late ones, these parts peak on the same note or within a note of each other. After Pange lingua he finally turned away from this genre and began to concentrate on smaller forms in more than four voices. Firstpublished: 1539in Missae tredecim quatuor vocum (Hans Ott), no. It was common in the early and middle 15th century for a work such as a motet to use an embellished plainchant melody as its source, with the melody usually in the topmost voice. 6 2 Of his 18 reliably attributed masses, the Missa Pange lingua deserves its high popularity, both for the beauty of individual moments, as well as for the elegance of its formal design. 0.0/10 0.0/10 What genre is Missa Pange Lingua? 2 - Some of these readings were copied in manuscripts produced in Josquin's lifetime or shortly thereafter; their provenance as well as their readings of the Missa Pange lingua offer a unique insight into the way Josquin's setting may have been transmitted throughout Europe in the first half of the 16th century. In addition, ACDA strives through arts advocacy to elevate choral music's position in American society. With its great variety of textures and easy-going yet sublime canons, Josquins second mass based on the popular Lhomme arm melody feels like fantasia on the theme of the armed man, evoking minimalist sound worlds la Philip Glass. 6 The analysis portion of the chapter discusses Josquin's imitative technique, extensive use of ostinatos, and paraphrase of Gregorian chant. A paraphrase mass is a musical setting of the Ordinary of the Mass that uses as its basis an elaborated version of a cantus firmus, typically chosen from plainsong or some other sacred source. Based on a substantial chant melody, it deploys mathematics in a number of clever, but rewardingly audible ways. As such, the Missa Pange lingua is considered to be one of the finest examples of a paraphrase mass.[6]. - Indeed, during this period, it was the favored method of using Gregorian chants to construct masses.[6]. 8 8 The work is tightly organized, with almost all of the melodic material drawn from the source hymn, and from a few subsidiary motifs which appear near the beginning of the mass. If you are a member of an institution with an active account, you may be able to access content in one of the following ways: Typically, access is provided across an institutional network to a range of IP addresses. 6 2 This album won the Gramophone magazine Record of the Year Award in 1987, the first time an independent label received this prestigious award. 4 4 Request Permissions, Published By: American Choral Directors Association. Composers of masses in those regions developed styles independently, and in both areas tended to use variations of the cantus firmus technique. Its free-flowing polyphony, less rigorously canonic than that of his earlier works, is supple, expressive and extraordinarily beautiful, and contributes to a sonority that's unusually rich and luminous. The analysis portion of the chapter discusses Josquins imitative technique, extensive use of ostinatos, and paraphrase of Gregorian chant. The ensemble is widely regarded as the world's finest exponent of Renaissance sacred choral repertoire, its fame resting on a distinctive purity of tone that unfailingly illuminates the complex interweaving lines of polyphony. [5] The hymn, in the Phrygian mode, is in six musical phrases, of 10, 10, 8, 8, 8, and 9 notes respectively, corresponding to the six lines of the hymn. It is probably Josquins last mass settingbut it definitely is one of his best: the way Missa Pange lingua realizes a democratic conversation between all four voice parts had profound repercussions for later Renaissance music throughout Europe. Nonetheless, apart possibly from Mater Patris, we are still referring to Josquins last mass, written when he was over 60. The elegant motto openings of each major movement stem from the hymn's first phrase. - Pange lingua, gloriosi, WAB33 - [05:48] 11. Everyone agrees that it is a late work, quite possibly Josquins last mass, and in many ways his finest. *#622064 - 0.20MB, 3 pp. Mix - Josquin: Missa Pange lingua - Kyrie Josquin des Prez, Claudio Monteverdi, Orlande de Lassus, and more Bach: Mass in B minor - Kyrie I - Herreweghe pannonia77 377K views 4 years ago. The Choral Journal Manuscript 1523in D-Ju MS 21, no. Discover the richness and diversity of the masses through The Tallis Scholars award-winning recordings and essays by their founder and artistic director, Peter Phillips. 4 ensemble and with smaii choir, has RcnsiisssiriCG Pcrforniricc P rscticc A generation before him, the music of Dufay presented developing ideals of equal-voiced polyphony and of large-scale formal balance; later, Ockeghem exploited more of the imitative style and rhythmic intensity. - supplied from Paris, Bibliothque nationale, MS lat. Josquin Desprez - Pange lingua Mass, Gloria . 8 One of the earliest readings of the complete mass seems to be preserved in the Vatican choirbook MS Cappella Sistina 16, copied in Rome around 1515-1516 by Claudius Gellandi for use by/in the Cappella Sistina. Missa Lhomme arm super voces musicales contains some of Josquins most complex compositional mathematicsa demonstration of his combinatorial prowess and a true miracle to his contemporaries. Download and print in PDF or MIDI free sheet music for Missa Pange Lingua by Josquin des Prez arranged by saintandr for Tenor, Bass voice, Baritone, Voice (other) (Men's Choir) Browse Learn. 2 Traduzioni in contesto per "the others being the Missa" in inglese-italiano da Reverso Context: The Missa de Beata Virgine was one of Josquin's last three masses, with the others being the Missa Sine nomine and the Missa Pange lingua. Notes [4] The mass is the last of only four that Josquin based on plainsong (the others are the Missa Gaudeamus, a relatively early work, the Missa Ave maris stella, and the Missa de Beata Virgine; all of them involve, in some way, praise of the Virgin Mary). Sanctus5. This item is part of a JSTOR Collection. Michrond (2012/5/12), 5 more: Trumpet 1 Trumpet 2 Trombone Bass trombone Engraving files (Finale), Trumpet 1 10 His Missa Ave regina celorum (written between 1463 and 1474) is similar to a cantus firmus mass in that the tune is in the tenor, however it is paraphrased by elaboration (and he also includes bits of his own motet on that antiphon, foreshadowing the parody technique). Composer: Josquin des Prez, Number of voices: 4vv Voicing: SATB Bach's Cantata no. Some societies use Oxford Academic personal accounts to provide access to their members. 6 listen ive been talking to my friends here at sputnikmusic. An almost identical reading of the mass in the choirbook Jena, Thringer Universitts- und Landesbibliothek, MS 21, copied in the same scriptorium between 1521 and 1525, makes it highly probably that the readings in BrusBR IV.922 and JenaU 21 may have been copied from twins, originating from the same exemplar, but each with additional annotations which may have slightly differed from each other. Josquin Desprez: Messes - Pange lingua; De beata Virgine, Josquin des Prs: Missa Pange Lingua; Missa La Sol Fa Re Mi, Josquin Desprez: Missa Pange Lingua & Motets, Musica Sacra: Sacred Music through the Ages, The Great History of Belgian and Dutch Classical Music, Josquin: Missa Pange Lingua; Allegri: Missa Vidi turbam magnam. Pgfeller (2015/12/25), I. Kyrie 4 As an additional introduction to this style of setting, the editorial underlay of the Ordinary texts (which sometimes deviates from the setting's edition in the New Josquin Edition) may demonstrate the way in which the composer generated his inspiration. Features triple meter and imitative polyphony. melody, placed ostentatiously in long notes at the top of the texture. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for CDGIM009 JOSQUIN DES PRS Missa Pange Lingua Missa La Sol Fa Re Mi CD Europ at the best online prices at eBay! 10 This is the kind of simplicity that can inspire a composer who has tried it all. Jeremy Noble: "Josquin des Prez", 12, Grove Music Online, ed. made copies of the setting, and distributed those copies among colleagues? The Benedictus is truly a bold conception, taking the now-customary method of conjoined duets a stage further, by having just two voices answering each other in the most fragile of conversations. Paraphrase. - Kyrie - [06:32] 02. If you see Sign in through society site in the sign in pane within a journal: If you do not have a society account or have forgotten your username or password, please contact your society. XVI-71/73. 10 4 The Missa Pange lingua is a musical setting of the Ordinary of the Mass by Franco-Flemish composer Josquin des Prez, probably dating from around 1515, near the end of his life. Performance practices include numbers, types, and placements of singers; meter, tactus, and tempo; text underlay; and musica ficta and music recta. Gloria - [04:38] 03. After Pange lingua Josquin finally turned away from the genre and began to concentrate on smaller forms. The sound-world of this setting is determined by the vocal ranges, which finally come closer to the modern practice of SATB (soprano, alto, tenor, and bass), especially if the music is transposed up a minor third, which it standardly has been in recent decades. For librarians and administrators, your personal account also provides access to institutional account management. 8 10 7 2nd published: 1546 Nrnberg: Hans Ott 4 2 In Renaissance music, composers used cadences and contrasts of texture to make the musical structure of a composition clear. This authentication occurs automatically, and it is not possible to sign out of an IP authenticated account. 8 2 A woodcut of Josquin. 0.0/10 The transmission of Josquin's Missa Pange lingua in BrusBR IV.922 is one of a total of 26 instances, 14 of which present the composition in a complete or nearly complete reading. - Performance practices include numbers, types, and placements of singers; meter, tactus, and tempo; text underlay; and musica ficta and music recta. (-)- !N/!N/!N - 5019 - Reccmo, Engraving files (MusiXTeX) Includes the 'Pangue lingua' hymn as an appendix. Genre: Sacred,Mass, Languages: Greek, Latin L. Macy (Accessed March 25, 2007), Gustave Reese (biography) and Jeremy Noble (works), "Josquin Desprez," Howard Mayer Brown, "Mass", in. 4 Most likely his last mass, it is an extended fantasia on the Pange Lingua hymn, and is one of Josquin's most famous mass settings. 0.0/10 - Ideas of Neo-Platonism were becoming popular; it was believed that consonant music could return harmony to the soul. Read Ivan Moody's portrait of the ensemble and their journey with Josquin. Benedictus half-step imitation and concluding with a manipulation of the very perception of time through a web of simultaneously sounding rhythmic levels: the now-familiar tune appears in the soprano voice floating at half-speed above the supporting voices, and all voices gradually relax into a languorous imitative mantra of the final prayer "dona nobis pacem: grant us peace." 2 This mass is based on the hymn Pange Lingua Gloriosi Corporis Mysterium by Thomas Aquinas (ca.1225-1274). Simon Lohet,[11] Michelangelo Rossi,[12] Franois Roberday,[13] Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer,[14] Johann Jakob Froberger,[15][16] Johann Caspar Kerll,[17] Johann Sebastian Bach,[18] and Johann Fux wrote fugues on it, and the latter's extensive elaborations in the Gradus ad Parnassum[19] made it known to every aspiring composeramong them Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, who used its first four notes as the fugal subject for the last movement of his Symphony No. 8 (-)- !N/!N/!N - 182 - Anastassia Rakitianskaia, V. Agnus Dei Since 1981, the group has made more than 40 critically acclaimed recordings on its own record label, Gimell; its 1987 recording of Josquin's Missa Pange Lingua and Missa La Sol Fa Re Mi won Gramophone's coveted Record of the Year. 2 Although slightly edited, the setting's reading in the anonymous print of 1559, Missa super Pange Lingua, may also be a late descendent from an early copy. (-) - !N/!N/!N - 221 - MID - Reccmo, Gloria Other. Benedictus 6. The Missa Pange lingua of Josquin des Prez: The vocal and choral music of the Renaissance provides a great wealth of repertoire for the small mixed choir composed of young and most ly untrained singers. Description: For information, refer to the Mass page. 4 Within the setting's variety of combinations of these elements - by way of an extremely balanced counterpoint - not a single note merely functions as a filler. It is also sung on Maundy Thursday during the procession from the church to the place where the Blessed Sacrament is kept until Good Friday. In general the Phrygian mode of the setting does not allow strict melodic imitation at the fifth below the final. [2] Famous copyist Pierre Alamire included it at the beginning of one of his two compilations of masses by Josquin. [1] As a specific example of early 16th-century 8 Moreover, the second Agnus dei, also for two voices, is not included in the manuscript. Included also is an overview of Josquins Masses, with focus on his final Massthe Missa Pange lingua, composed sometime after 1515 but not published until 1539, after Josquins death. He pioneered chanson and motet b. - Start Free Trial Upload Log in. Just the bicinia Pleni sunt caeli, transcribed from the 1539 Ott print. 6 1.1 Ludwig Bhme & Kammerchor Josquin des Prez - Josquin Desprz: Missa Pange Lingua (2011) 17-01-2019, 04:08 Artist: Ludwig Bhme & Kammerchor Josquin des Prez Title: Josquin Desprz: Missa Pange Lingua Year Of Release: 2011 Genre: Classical Quality: FLAC (image + .cue, log, scans) Total Size: 249 MB - 4 Learn New. Rhythm. 0.0/10 In VienNB 4809 most of the under-third cadences are suppressed, and several unpractical rhythmic substitutions as well as other unique readings have been introduced. Supposedly the East Slovenian partbooks from the third quarter of the 16th century, Budapest, MS Brtfa 8 (a-d), also descend from a comparable early copy. 2 Apart from the long duets at Pleni sunt caeli and Agnus II (which both seem like canon at times but are not strict), the most arresting writing comes in the Benedictus, Hosanna, and Agnus III. The ineffable motion of the spirit which results from our auditory experience connects us to this masterpiece across time. 10 *#572206 - 3.97MB - 4:20 - In contrast to these readings, the Roman choirbook MS Santa Maria Maggiore 26, copied by several scribes between 1516 and 1520, furnishes a heavily-edited reading of the mass, in which under-third cadences are ommitted, ligatures resolved and a large number of rhythmic substitutions introduced. 4 Ambrosiana, Ms E. 46 Inf. In many of Josquins mass-settings the musical development culminates in the final movementnot unlike a Romantic symphony: the Agnus Dei of Missa Malheur me bat is a magnificent example and one of the greatest tours de force in the repertoire. (-)- !N/!N/!N - 425 - Reccmo, Complete Score Page visited 40,180 times Powered by MediaWiki The Hosanna is also extraordinary, with its deliberate change from duple to triple time. Its redaction makes clear that additional remarks and rewritings, as added by the copyists in their various exemplars, were not brought into line with each other. 6 *#575456 - 0.07MB, 6 pp. (-)- !N/!N/!N - 216 - Anastassia Rakitianskaia, III. If you cannot sign in, please contact your librarian. 4 6 One late mass, probably composed around 1514, is the four-voice Missa Pange Lingua, based on the plainchant hymn for the Feast of Corpus Christi. Most likely his last mass, it is an extended fantasia on the Pange Lingua hymn, and is one of Josquin's most famous mass settings. hide caption.
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