The origins of the song L'homme armé are veiled in mystery, but it took Europe by storm, inspiring about 50 Mass settings and other works. We'll hear a unique presentation featuring Capilla Flamenca, Oltremontano, and Psallentes, where the Mass is comprised of movements composed by Obrecht, de la Rue, and Josquin.

  • Anon.: L’Homme Arme. Performed by Capilla Flamenca & Oltremontano.
  • Matthias Werrecore: Battaglia. Performed by Oltremontano.
  • Anon.: Chant: Jubilate Deo. Performed by Psallentes.
  • Jacob Obrecht: Missa L’Homme Arme: Kyrie. Performed by Capilla Flamenca.
  • Jacob Obrecht: Missa L’Homme Arme: Gloria. Performed by Capilla Flamenca.
  • Anon.: Chant: Sequentia Sancti Evangelii Joann. 20. Performed by Psallentes.
  • Pierre de la Rue: Missa L’Homme Arme: Credo. Performed by Capilla Flamenca.
  • Anon.: Chant: Populum humilem. Performed by Psallentes.
  • Josquin Desprez Missa: L’Homme Arme Sexti Toni: Sanctus. Performed by Capilla Flamenca.
  • Anon.: Chant: Pie Jesu. Performed by Psallentes.
  • Josquin Desprez: Proch dolor/Pie Jhesu. Performed by Capilla Flamenca.
  • Pierre de la Rue: Missa L’Homme Arme: Agnus Dei. Performed by Capilla Flamenca.
  • Various: Da pacem. Performed by Capilla Flamenca & Oltremontano.
  • Jacob Obrecht: Quis numerare. Performed by Oltremontano.
  • Jacob Obrecht: Benedicamus. Performed by Capilla Flamenca & Oltremontano.
  • Robert Morton: L’Homme Arme. Performed by Capella de la Torre.
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