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Composers of the Week:Ockeghem and Obrecht

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2/5. Donald Macleod continues his exploration of the intersecting lives of two musical greats from the Renaissance. Today the focus is on devout churchman and intellectual
Johannes Ockeghem as he lands a court appointment with a king whose consort is said to have an annual wardrobe budget rivalling the full costs of her sizeable chapel choir.
Ockeghem Ma Bouche Rit
Katelijne van Laethem (soprano), Romanesque Intemerata Dei Mater The Clerks' Group, conductor Edward Wickham
Deo Gratias Huelgas Ensemble, director Paul van Nevel Mort Tu As Navre;
Missa Cuiusvis Toni (Phrygian version)
The Clerks' Group, conductor Edward Wickham Repeated on Monday at 12 midnight

Contributors

Unknown: Donald MacLeod
Unknown: Johannes Ockeghem
Soprano: Katelijne van Laethem
Conductor: Edward Wickham
Director: Paul van Nevel
Unknown: Missa Cuiusvis Toni
Conductor: Edward Wickham

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Composers of the Week:Ockeghem and Obrecht

BBC Radio 3, 11 October 2005 12.00






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