Performers: Marnix De Cat (countertenor), Stratton Bull (countertenor), Gunther Vandeven (countertenor), Jan Caals (tenor), Stephan Van Dyck (tenor), Christopher Kale (tenor), Simen Van Mechelen (slide trumpet), Wim Becu (slide trumpet), Dirk Snellings (direction of Capilla Flamenca); Filip Souvagie (chant), Paul Schils (chant), Hendrik Vanden Abeele (chant, direction of Psallentes); Anne Boon (voice), Annabel De Vis (voice), Astrid De Vis (voice), Adriaan Moeys (voice), Hendrik Moeys (voice), Eli Nomes (voice), Elke Schouwaerts (voice), Liesbet Schouwaerts (voice), Liisa Stiers (voice), Willem Van Dooren (voice), Filip Van Herpe (voice), Reinoud Van Mechelen (voice), Ria Vanwing (direction of Clari Cantuli)
Playing time: 65'
Recording date: May 2001 (Bolland)
Arnold de Lantins (d.1432) is one of the group of prominent composers of the early 1400s to be associated with Liège. He may have been a student of Ciconia, and is generally believed to have been the brother of Hugo de Lantins (fl.1420-30), although there is no clear documentation on either point.
Each movement of the mass is based upon Lantins' motet O pulcherrina mulierum, making it one of the earliest cyclic masses.
Another recording devoted to Arnold de Lantins:
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