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Composers of the Week:Jean de Ockeghem (c 1410-97) and JacobObrecht


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1/5. Donald Macleod begins a musical journey across Europe in the company of two greats from the Renaissance world. The first staging-post is Antwerp and the magnificent Cathedral of Our Lady, where the orbits of Ockeghem and Obrecht are about to intersect.
Ockeghem Prenez sur Moi Romanesque
Obrecht Den Haghel Ende die Calde Snee ; Als al de Weerelt in Vruechden Left
Concerto Palatino, director Erik van Nevel Ockeghem Missa Ma Maitresse
Obrecht Laudemus Nunc Dominum
Ockeqhem Agnus Dei (Missa Prolationum) Obrecht Agnus Dei (Missa Malheur Me Bat)
The Clerks' Group, conductor Edward Wickham Ockeqhem D'un Autre Amer Romanesque Obrecht Salve Regina a 4 Oxford Camerata, director Jeremy Summerly Producer Michael Surcombe Repeated Sunday 12 midnight


Unknown: Donald MacLeod
Unknown: Den Haghel Ende
Unknown: Calde Snee
Unknown: Obrecht Laudemus
Unknown: Obrecht Agnus Dei
Conductor: Edward Wickham
Director: Jeremy Summerly
Producer: Michael Surcombe

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Composers of the Week:Jean de Ockeghem (c 1410-97) and JacobObrecht

BBC Radio 3, 10 October 2005 12.00

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