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It would be difficult to find a composition that resembles the twelve-part mass Et ecce terrae motus by Antoine Brumel (ca.1460-ca.1520). The almost continuous scoring with twelve voices and it's musical effect give this work a unique position in Renaissance music. Brumel made a name for himself in the European music world of the 16th century with this unique experiment. Bjorn Schmelzer and Graindelavoix present here a recording whose artistic uncompromisingness really does have the effect of an earthquake.
It would be difficult to find a composition that resembles the twelve-part mass Et ecce terrae motus by Antoine Brumel (ca.1460-ca.1520). The almost continuous scoring with twelve voices and it's musical effect give this work a unique position in Renaissance music. Brumel made a name for himself in the European music world of the 16th century with this unique experiment. Bjorn Schmelzer and Graindelavoix present here a recording whose artistic uncompromisingness really does have the effect of an earthquake.
8424562321182
Brumel / Schmelzer / Mota - Earthquake Mass

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Format: CD
Label: GLOSSA
Rel. Date: 02/16/2024
UPC: 8424562321182

Earthquake Mass
Artist: Brumel / Schmelzer / Mota
Format: CD
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It would be difficult to find a composition that resembles the twelve-part mass Et ecce terrae motus by Antoine Brumel (ca.1460-ca.1520). The almost continuous scoring with twelve voices and it's musical effect give this work a unique position in Renaissance music. Brumel made a name for himself in the European music world of the 16th century with this unique experiment. Bjorn Schmelzer and Graindelavoix present here a recording whose artistic uncompromisingness really does have the effect of an earthquake.
        
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