- Performer:The Clerks' Group
- Title:Johannes Tinctoris: Missa L'homme armé; Missa Sine nomine
- Size FLAC version1188 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1600 megabytes
- Size WMA version1155 megabytes
- Formats:ASF AC3 VOX TTA MIDI MP2
Missa "Cunctorum plasmator summus" (Missa "L'homme armé") for 4 voices. 5. Agnus Dei. The Clerks' Group. Missa sine nomine, for 3 voices No. 1. 6. Kyrie.
Johannes Tinctoris – Missa sine nomine - I. Kyrie (The Clerk. :28. Edward Wickham, The Clerks' Group – Missa Sine Nomine Gloria. Edward Wickham, The Clerks' Group – Missa Sine Nomine Kyrie. Edward Wickham, The Clerks' Group – Gloria. The Clerks' Group, Edward Wickham – Gloria. Edward Wickham, The Clerks' Group – Agnus Dei. 3:40. Edward Wickham, The Clerks' Group – Missa Sine Nomine Credo. The Clerks' Group, Edward Wickham – Agnus Dei on mi.
Missa L'Homme Arme: 1. Kyrie 2. Gloria 3. Credo 4. Sanctus 5. Agnus Dei Missa Sine Nomine N. : 6. Kyrie 7. Gloria 8. Credo 9. Sanctus 10. Performers: The Clerks’ Group: Lucy Ballard, William Missin - alto Tom Raskin, Matthew Vine - ténor Robert Rice, Jonathan Arnold - bariton Giles Underwood, Robert McDonald - basse Edward Wickham - direction. EAC Log. Exact Audio Copy V. from 2. September 2016. EAC extraction logfile from 25. September 2018, 10:01. The Clerks' Group, Edward Wickham, Tinctoris: Missa L'homme armé, Missa Sine nomine
Composer(s): Tinctoris. Works: Missa L’homme armé; Missa Sine nomine. Performer: The Clerks’ Group/Edward Wickham. The long-lived Flemish composer Johannes Tinctoris is most celebrated in musicological circles not for his compositions but for the fact that he wrote the first musical dictionary in 1495, and a number of treatises on topics such as the rules of polyphony and the history of music. Besides the musical examples that he composed specifically for these treatises, only four Mass settings, four motets and nine secular pieces by him survive.
A Missa sine nomine, literally a "Mass without a name", is a musical setting of the Ordinary of the Mass, usually from the Renaissance, which uses no pre-existing musical source material, as was normally the case in mass composition. Not all masses based on freely composed material were so named, but many were, particularly from the late 15th century through the 16th century.
The Clerks Group basses serve the music well, seizing your attention with their wonderfully resonant, sonorous sound, but unfortunately theyre not quite matched by the upper voices, which sometimes sound slightly strident and off-key. No such flaws mar the Missa sine nomine, where the sweetness and clarity of the singing effectively brings out the beauty of the pieces sinuous lines. Disc: 1. Il sera pour vous conbatu. 2. Missa 'L'homme armé,' for 4 voices: Kyrie. 3. Missa 'L'homme armé,' for 4 voices: Gloria.
CreditsEdouard Capelle - Design, Layout Design
The Clerks' Group - Primary Artist, Vocal Ensemble
Anne Fontigny - Editing
Jonathan Freeman-Attwood - Recording Supervision
Arnold Jacobshagen - Liner Note Translation
Manuel Mohino - Editing, Engineer
Celia Skrine - Liner Note Translation
Philippe Vendrix - Liner Notes, Recording Supervision
Edward Wickham - Director
|Missa "Cunctorum plasmator summus" (Missa "L'homme armé") for 4 voices|
|1||Kyrie||The Clerks' Group||4:22|
|2||Gloria||The Clerks' Group||7:40|
|3||Credo||The Clerks' Group||7:44|
|4||Sanctus||The Clerks' Group||8:38|
|5||Agnus Dei||The Clerks' Group||5:51|
|Missa sine nomine, for 3 voices No. 1|
|6||Kyrie||The Clerks' Group||3:19|
|7||Gloria||The Clerks' Group||8:30|
|8||Credo||The Clerks' Group||9:07|
|9||Sanctus||The Clerks' Group||7:04|
|10||Agnus Dei||The Clerks' Group||6:13|