Performers: David James (alto), Ashley Stafford (alto), Rogers Covey-Crump (tenor), John Potter (tenor), Mark Padmore (tenor), Gordon Jones (baritone), Paul Hillier (bass), David Beavan (bass)
Playing time: 68'
Recording site and date:
Boxgrove Priory, Chichester, UK [04/1988];
Virgin Classics « Veritas X2 » (EMI) 628492-2 [CDx2] Johannes Ockeghem: Requiem – Missa Mi-Mi – Missa Prolationum – Marian Motets
 EMI Classics 0946 3 61524 2 4 Music of the Renaissance: The Da Vinci Collection
This is an all-male vocal performance. The Missa Prolationum is one of Ockeghem's most famous masses, constructed entirely in canon. As such, it is a unique example of the period and continued to be admired for its technical means for several decades.
This recording also includes Ockeghem's complete surviving motets, and indeed item #13 is now thought not to be by Ockeghem. These motets show a great formal imagination and contrapuntal prowess, yet remain accessible.
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