Also issued in De Vlaamse Polyfonie (10 CDs)
Performers: Katelijne van Laethem (soprano), Jan Caals (alto), Jan van Elsacker (tenor), Job Boswinkel (bass), Michel Puissant (alto); Doron Sherwin (cornet), Harry Ries (alto & tenor sackbut), Charles Toet (tenor sackbut), Wim Becu (bass sackbut), Piet Stryckers (viol), Marcel Ketels (recorder), Patrick Laureys (recorder), Erik van Nevel (shawm), William Bremer (alto shawm, bass recorder), Norbert Kunst (tenor & bass shawm, tenor & bass dulcian), Bart Roose (lute), Bart Quartier (percussion), Johan Laleman (organ); Mieke Wouters, Maaike van Steenbergen, Gertie Lindemans, Lieve Jansen, Ciska Vanherle (choir sopranos); Alma Ooms, Els Spanhove, Kris de Vis, Paul de Troyer, Hans van den Broeck (choir altos); Joris Bosman, Chris Nuytten, Carlo Vandenhende, Jacques de Koninck, Philip Pooley (choir tenors); André Vierendeels, Ludo Peeters, Michel Labro Arnout Malfliet (choir basses)
Playing time: 70'
Copyright date: 1994
Isaac is credited with carrying the style to Germany, being appointed court composer to Maximilian I in 1496. Of course Obrecht died in Ferrara. De La Rue is another French composer appearing in this anthology.
Despite several secular works, including untexted selections from Obrecht, the emphasis here is certainly on the larger Latin works.
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