1 800 222 6872

Ockeghem, Obrecht: Missae L'Homme armé / Capelle Fidicinia

Album Summary

>Anonymous, French : L'homme arme, chanson
>Ockeghem, Johannes : Missa "L'homme arme," for 4 voices
>Obrecht, Jacob : Missa L'homme arme, mass for 4 voices
Performers Composers


Reviews

There are currently no reviews, be the first one!
Login or Create an Account to write a review

Works Details

>Anonymous, French : L'homme armé, chanson
  • Performers: Hans-Jurgen Ander-Donath (Organ); Christoph Scholtz (Descant); Georg Fuhrer (Descant); Gregor Lindner (Descant); Sebastian Krause (Descant); Sebastian Krause (Trombone); Leonhard Bohme (Descant); Moritz Steffler (Descant); Siegfried Muller; Thomas Neumann (Treble); Gerhard Paul (Descant); Robert Herden (Descant); Gunther Schmidt (Bass-Baritone); Winfried Schrammek (Organ); Stefan Altner (Regal); Thoimas Dunnebeil (Descant); Eckhard Wagner (Organ)
  • Period Time: Renaissance
  • Written: 14th Century

>Ockeghem, Johannes : Missa "L'homme armé," for 4 voices
  • Performers: Hans-Jurgen Ander-Donath (Organ); Christoph Scholtz (Descant); Georg Fuhrer (Descant); Gregor Lindner (Descant); Sebastian Krause (Descant); Sebastian Krause (Trombone); Leonhard Bohme (Descant); Moritz Steffler (Descant); Siegfried Muller; Thomas Neumann (Treble); Gerhard Paul (Descant); Robert Herden (Descant); Gunther Schmidt (Bass-Baritone); Winfried Schrammek (Organ); Stefan Altner (Regal); Thoimas Dunnebeil (Descant); Eckhard Wagner (Organ)
  • Running Time: 31 min. 57 sec.
  • Period Time: Renaissance
  • Form: Choral
  • Written: 1455-1460

>Obrecht, Jacob : Missa L'homme armé, mass for 4 voices
  • Performers: Hans-Jurgen Ander-Donath (Organ); Felix Schope (Trombone); Gabriel Wadewitz (Regal); Sebastian Krause (Trombone); Albrecht Lepetit (Tenor); Siegfried Muller; Thomas Neumann (Treble); Olaf Jossunek (Cornet); Gerhard Paul (Descant); Robert Clemen (Trombone); Gunther Schmidt (Bass-Baritone); Winfried Schrammek (Organ); Volkmar Kirmes (Descant); Eckhard Wagner (Organ)
  • Running Time: 3 min. 53 sec.
  • Period Time: Renaissance
  • Form: Choral
  • Written: ?1480s