Performers: Currende Consort [Anne-Marie Buyle, Mikae Natsuyama (sopranos); Peter de Groot (alto); Jan Caals, Lieven Termont (tenors); Mitchell Sandler (bass); Erik van Nevel (baritone)], Capella Currende [Anne-Marie Buyle, Kinga Cserjesi, Lieve Jansen, Gertie Lindemans, Marina Smolders, Dineke van der Sman (sopranos); Peter de Groot, Vincent Grégoire, Nele Minten, Alma Ooms, Godfried van de Vyvere (altos); Patrick Debrandere, Tore Denys, Lode Somers, Sjef van Leunen, Stefaan Vandenbroucke (tenors); Job Boswinkel, Paul Mertens, Mitchell Sandler, Walter van der Ven (bass); Hendrick Jan Wolfert (large viol); Herman Stinders (organ).]
Playing time: 59:05
Recording date: 1998
Johannes le Febure was a Flemish composer born either in the Low Countries or Vienna sometime in the sixteenth century; his exact date and location of birth are unknown. He died sometime between 1609 and 1612. He served in a number of important musical posts in Austria, including chapelmaster in Konstanz and in Mainz. While he uses some of the polyphonic techniques of the Flemish school, his music most clearly reflects the influence of the Venetian style, and of Giovanni Gabrielli in particular.
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