Renaissance music
Renaissance music is music written in Europe during the Renaissance. Consensus among music historians – with notable dissent – has been to start the era around 1400, with the end of the medi...
Renaissance music - Wikipedia
Canzon septimi toni (Giovanni Gabrieli, 1597)
The Green Mountain Project (music director Scott Metcalfe and artistic director Jolle Greenleaf) presented A Grand Festive Vespers in Venice, c. 1640, for t...
Antoine Busnois - The Orlando Consort: Antoine Busnois-Motet: Gaude caelestis Domina
Antoine Busnois(c. 1430-1492)-Motet: Gaude caelestis Domina (Tutti) Prima pars Gaude caelestis Domina transgressa super agnima que cantant semper carmina tuo...
Giovanni Gabrieli - Canzon septimi toni (Giovanni Gabrieli, 1597)
The Green Mountain Project (music director Scott Metcalfe and artistic director Jolle Greenleaf) presented A Grand Festive Vespers in Venice, c. 1640, for t...
Motet
J S Bach: Motet, Komm Jesu Komm, BWV 229, performed by the Choir of Trinity College, Cambridge at the Stanford University Memorial Church, September 17, 2009...
The Renaissance Revelers
Performed on Saturday, May 22, 2010 as part of The Renaissance Revelers 25th Anniversary celebration. Sanctus is one of the pieces from Missa Aeterna Christi...
Paraphrase mass
Part 1: Kyrie • Gloria. Performed by the Ensemble Clément Janequin. The Missa Pange lingua is a musical setting of the Ordinary of the Mass by Franco-Flemish...
Parody mass
SPOILER WARNING- There are many differences between human beings and aliens that you should know about........ A music video dedicated to all the quirky, pe...
Choralis Constantinus
Performance & press conference Budapest, 18/5/2008 (Speak in Hungarian, sing in Latin)
Missa de Beata Virgine (Josquin)
3rd and final part. Benedictus • Osanna • Agnus Dei I, II & III.
Missa L'homme armé sexti toni
Perhaps a native of the Vermandois region of Picardy, he was a singer at Milan Cathedral in 1459, remaining there until December 1472. By July 1474 he was on...
Missa L'homme armé super voces musicales
Perhaps a native of the Vermandois region of Picardy, he was a singer at Milan Cathedral in 1459, remaining there until December 1472. By July 1474 he was on...
Missa Pange lingua
Saint Clement's Choir, Philadelphia http://www.saintclementsphiladelphia.org/ Maundy Thursday - March 20, 2008 Josquin des Prez- Missa Pange Lingua, Kyrie El...
Missa prolationum
Kyrie from Missa Prolationum by Johannes Ockeghem, in the wonderful rendition of Hilliard Ensemble. Scores are in modern notation!
Missa sine nomine
12th International Chamber Choir Competition Marktoberdorf, Germany, www.modfestivals.org; June 10-15, 2011; Live recording; This is a service of Choral Fest...
Mass (music)
Musical instruments used in early music, i.e. Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque European classical music, especially those instruments no longer widely used today.
Motet
Musical instruments used in early music, i.e. Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque European classical music, especially those instruments no longer widely used today.
Motet - Wikipedia
Madrigal
Musical instruments used in early music, i.e. Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque European classical music, especially those instruments no longer widely used today.
Madrigal - Wikipedia
Frottola
Musical instruments used in early music, i.e. Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque European classical music, especially those instruments no longer widely used today.
Frottola - Wikipedia
Chanson
Musical instruments used in early music, i.e. Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque European classical music, especially those instruments no longer widely used today.
Chanson - Wikipedia
Early musical instruments
Musical instruments used in early music, i.e. Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque European classical music, especially those instruments no longer widely used today.
English Renaissance music
Musical instruments used in early music, i.e. Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque European classical music, especially those instruments no longer widely used today.
English Renaissance music - Wikipedia
Venetian School (music)
Musical instruments used in early music, i.e. Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque European classical music, especially those instruments no longer widely used today.
Venetian School (music) - Wikipedia
Roman School
Musical instruments used in early music, i.e. Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque European classical music, especially those instruments no longer widely used today.
Florentine Camerata
Musical instruments used in early music, i.e. Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque European classical music, especially those instruments no longer widely used today.
Franco-Flemish School
Musical instruments used in early music, i.e. Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque European classical music, especially those instruments no longer widely used today.
List of Renaissance composers
Musical instruments used in early music, i.e. Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque European classical music, especially those instruments no longer widely used today.
List of Renaissance composers - Wikipedia
Transition from Renaissance to Baroque in instrumental music
Musical instruments used in early music, i.e. Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque European classical music, especially those instruments no longer widely used today.
Transition from Renaissance to Baroque in instrumental music - Wikipedia
Renaissance composers
Musical instruments used in early music, i.e. Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque European classical music, especially those instruments no longer widely used today.
Renaissance composers - Wikipedia