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Agnus dei, from Missa Benedicta es (Willaert/Hesdin)

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Uploaded on Jan 31, 2011

Of the Masses à 5 ascribed to Willaert, one bears his name in two MSS, but Hesdin's in two others. This composition belongs to a group of 16th-century Masses that apply the parody technique to Josquin's setting à 6of the sequence, Benedicta es coelorum Regina.Willaert himself wrote a motet setting of the sequence, but the basing of the Mass on Josquin's setting rather than on his own does not invalidate his claim to authorship: one source preserving this Mass--and also a five-part Willaert Mass without a title--dates from 1530-31, whereas Willaert's motet was not printed until 1539.
The clips shows the (Agnus dei from the) manuscript 's Hertogenbosch75 which contains an anonymous copy of the mass.

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