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Salve, Salve, Salve: Josquin’s Spanish Legacy

Contrapunctus & Owen Rees

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Jubilate Deo Omnis Terra 00:05:30
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Gaudeamus Omnes In Domino 00:01:19
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Missa Gaudeamus: I. Kyrie 00:03:58
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Missa Gaudeamus: II. Gloria 00:07:00
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Missa Gaudeamus: III. Credo 00:11:19
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Salve Regina 00:10:01
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Missa Gaudeamus: IV. Sanctus 00:05:53
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Missa Gaudeamus: V. Agnus 00:04:55
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Ave Virgo Sanctissima 00:04:05
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Salve Regina (Chant) 00:02:50
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Salve Regina (Desprez) 00:08:08
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Surge Propera, Amica Mea 00:06:14

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