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JACOB OBRECHT  

(1450 - 1505)

Jacob Obrecht was a leading composer of the dominant Netherlands school in the later 15th century, with a career that took him from Bergen op Zoom as far as Ferrara, where he died in 1505.

Church Music

Obrecht wrote some thirty settings of the ordinary of the Mass, using various contemporary forms. In common with many other composers of the time he wrote a setting using the well-known popular song L’homme armé. A similar number of motets include a number of Marian antiphons. Relatively little of Obrecht’s secular vocal music has survived.

Role: Classical Composer 
Album Title
Catalogue No  Work Category 
Art and Music: Da Vinci - Music of His Time Naxos
8.558057
Choral - Sacred, Chamber Music
Art and Music: Riemenschneider - Music of His Time Naxos
8.558145
Chamber Music, Choral - Sacred
Discover Early Music Naxos Educational
8.558170-71
Chamber Music
Early Music (The Glory of) Naxos
8.554064
Chamber Music
MUSIC FROM THE TIME OF TILMAN RIEMENSCHNEIDER Naxos
8.557138
Chamber Music
NAXOS 15TH ANNIVERSARY CD Naxos
8.555964
Chamber Music
OBRECHT: Missa Caput / Salve Regina Naxos
8.553210
Choral - Sacred
SAINTS AND SINNERS - The Music of Medieval and Renaissance Europe [10 CD Boxed Set] Naxos
8.501067
Choral - Sacred
Tugend und Untugend: German Music from the Time of Luther Naxos
8.553352
Chamber Music
VOICE (Eternal) Naxos
8.572183
Choral - Sacred




 
 
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