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Josquin Masses: De beata virgine - Ave maris stella
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Josquin Desprez (?1455-1521) : Missa de Beata Virgine, for five parts - Credo De tous biens playne, pour 4 parts / Plainchant : Ave Maris Stella, Hymne / Josquin Desprez (?1455-1521) : Missa Ave Maris Stella, pour 4 parts / Tallis Scholars - Peter Phillips
The Tallis Scholars' association with Josquin des Prés (c 1450-1521), whose identity remains mysterious despite exhaustive scholarly digging, dates back to the late 80s when their Pange lingua disc won a Gramophone Record of the Year award. In the fifth in their Josquin cycle, they reach the Missa de Beata Virgine probably a late work, widely performed in the composer's life time and surviving in an astonishing 69 sources and the earlier, more serene Ave maris stella. Both, though stylistically contrasting, use chant melody with elaborate canons and mathematical schemes. This exceptional ensemble makes it sound effortless, with impeccable tuning and evenness of tone. Peter Phillips and John Milsom provide invaluable liner notes. --The Observer,23/10/11
Marking the midpoint of the Tallis Scholars'complete projected Josquin cycle,the two works here,based on plainchants,are masterpieces both.The Missa de Beata Virgine seems to have been thought of as such even in its own tie,appearing in 69 different sources,and is notable for a sense of freedom and experiment.The Missa Ave maris stella,on the other hand,is a wonderfully taut,assured construct.For those who revel in structual listening,Phillips and his charges provide readings of remarkable textual clarity.But they also sing with supercharged expresion. --The Times,22/10/11
As with their previous Josquin recordings,The Tallis Scholars here achieve and extraordinary clarity of diction,line and texture. --IRR,Nov'11
Authenticating many of Josquin des Prés's works, both sacred and secular, is a challenge for renaissance musicologists. In the first decades of the 16th century, when the Franco-Flemish composer's fame was at its height, the demand for his works far outstripped the supply; many counterfeits were created, with works by his pupils, as well as by other lesser composers, passed off as having come from the great man. There are even doubts about the authorship of the Credo Quarti Toni, included on the latest disc in the Tallis Scholars' series devoted to Josquin's masses, partly because it only exists in a single manuscript source. But the provenance of the two great works here, the Missa De Beata Virgine and Missa Ave Maris Stella, both canonically intricate and based on plainchant, is secure the turbulent late De Beata Virgine survives in no fewer than 69 sources, while Ave Maris Stella was published in 1505. --Guardian,27/10/11
DISC of the WEEK --Radio 3 CD Review,w/c 05/11/11
Critics Choice 2011 --Gramophone,Dec'11
An essential from a team who never put a note wrong.Excellent,informative booklet notes too. EDITORS CHOICE ***** --Classic FM Magazine,Feb'12