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Cappella Pratensis

Josquin and the art of eloquence

Josquin lived in various Italian cities and worked for important political and religious figures. Coming into contact with artists and intellectuals there meant that he was also influenced by humanist ideas. Cappella Pratensis offers you a musical glimpse of the Italian literary scene at the time. Excerpts from historical texts will be heard in a recorded
reading by Marco Beasley. These were written by Girolamo Savonarola – a 15th century Dominican and theologist who turned the religious and political world upside down in his own time with his fiery sermons – the Italian poet and humanist Angelo Poliziano and the Roman poet Virgil.

JOSQUIN Day with Klara
500 years ago to this day, on 27 August 1521, Josquin des Prez died in Condé-sur-l’Escaut, a small town on the banks of the River Scheldt on the Franco-Belgian border. We will commemorate the celebrated composer with a full-day programme that you can follow online.

Programme

J. des Prez: Memor esto verbi tui, Dulces exuviae, O virgo prudentissima/Beata mater, Huc me sydereo/Plangent eum, In te Domine speravi, Miserere mei Deus

 

Performers

Andrew Hallock, Timothy Braithwaite, superius | Lior Leibovici, Korneel Van Neste, countertenor | Peter de Laurentiis, Pieter De Moor, tenor | Máté Bruckner, Marc Busnel, bass | Stratton Bull, superius & artistic director | Marco Beasley, speaker

Practical

Friday 27 August 2021
16.00, AMUZ
Duration: 40 à 45 minutes

Prices

cat. 1: € 20 / € 16
cat. 2: € 16 / € 14

Also view

Vox Luminis – JOSQUIN day

27 August 2021 11:00

Huelgas Ensemble – In memoriam Josquin des Prez

27 August 2021 20:00