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Josquin: Missa Mater patris - Bauldeweyn: Missa Da pacem

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The graphics for this Tallis Scholars release mention scholarly disagreement over the Missa Mater Patris, long attributed to Josquin but "recently shown to be by the little-known Noel Bauldeweyn," writes director Peter Phillips. "Or is it?" he adds. He sketches out the controversy, pointing out that the mass does not resemble any of Josquin's other compositions in the genre; he doesn't answer his question. However, you might take the album as a rejoinder to those questioning the authenticity of the mass. Its possible removal from the Josquin canon rests entirely on this musical evidence, so Phillips is entitled to adduce musical evidence of his own: the genuine Bauldeweyn mass included here sounds nothing like Josquin but is basically a work in 15th century style with a bit of imitative counterpoint thrown in. The Missa Mater Patris is a spectacular work, whoever wrote it. It does include long homophonic passages that were uncharacteristic of Josquin's time and the rest of his output (although apparently not very characteristic of Bauldeweyn, either). Thus, Josquin inflects his borrowed material, a motet by Brumel, in the directions of both simplicity and, at the end, the usual complexity. Without taking an explicit position, Phillips admits that some parts of the Bauldeweyn Missa da Pacem are pretty dull, and he speculates that the parts that aren't might have been written by Josquin. The Missa Mater Patris is at its most Josquin-typical in the Incarnatus and Crucifixus, which introduce a new tonal realm in a way that probably no other Renaissance composer was capable of. Whatever your ideas when it comes to the do-it-yourself musicology, the reading by the always strong Tallis Scholars is especially sensitive here, and Gimell's sound from the Chapel at Merton College is superb. Highly recommended, both simply for its pleasures and as a way to introduce the kinds of issues scholars of Renaissance music think about.
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Mater patris (Antione Brumel)

1
1. Mater Patris et filia
00:01:01

Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble - Antione Brumel, Composer

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2
2. Audi nostra suspiria
00:01:04

Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble - Antione Brumel, Composer

2019 Gimell Records 2019 Gimell Records

3
3. Bone Jesu, Fili Dei
00:00:33

Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble - Antione Brumel, Composer

2019 Gimell Records 2019 Gimell Records

4
4. Et precibus nostris
00:00:50

Peter Phillips, Conductor - Josquin des Prez, Composer - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2019 Gimell Records 2019 Gimell Records

Missa Mater Patris (Josquin des Prés)

5
1a. Kyrie I
00:01:21

Peter Phillips, Conductor - Josquin des Prez, Composer - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2019 Gimell Records 2019 Gimell Records

6
1b. Christe
00:01:00

Peter Phillips, Conductor - Josquin des Prez, Composer - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2019 Gimell Records 2019 Gimell Records

7
1c. Kyrie II
00:01:01

Peter Phillips, Conductor - Josquin des Prez, Composer - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2019 Gimell Records 2019 Gimell Records

8
2a. Gloria in excelsis Deo
00:02:13

Peter Phillips, Conductor - Josquin des Prez, Composer - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2019 Gimell Records 2019 Gimell Records

9
2b. Qui tollis peccata mundi, miserere
00:01:24

Peter Phillips, Conductor - Josquin des Prez, Composer - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2019 Gimell Records 2019 Gimell Records

10
2c. Cum Sancto Spiritu
00:00:43

Peter Phillips, Conductor - Josquin des Prez, Composer - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2019 Gimell Records 2019 Gimell Records

11
3a. Credo in unum Deum
00:02:55

Peter Phillips, Conductor - Josquin des Prez, Composer - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2019 Gimell Records 2019 Gimell Records

12
3b. Crucifixus
00:01:33

Peter Phillips, Conductor - Josquin des Prez, Composer - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2019 Gimell Records 2019 Gimell Records

13
3c. Et in Spiritum Sanctum
00:02:24

Peter Phillips, Conductor - Josquin des Prez, Composer - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2019 Gimell Records 2019 Gimell Records

14
4a. Sanctus
00:01:49

Peter Phillips, Conductor - Josquin des Prez, Composer - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2019 Gimell Records 2019 Gimell Records

15
4b. Pleni sunt caeli
00:01:28

Peter Phillips, Conductor - Josquin des Prez, Composer - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2019 Gimell Records 2019 Gimell Records

16
4c. Hosanna I
00:01:34

Peter Phillips, Conductor - Josquin des Prez, Composer - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2019 Gimell Records 2019 Gimell Records

17
4d. Benedictus
00:02:13

Peter Phillips, Conductor - Josquin des Prez, Composer - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2019 Gimell Records 2019 Gimell Records

18
4e. Hosanna II
00:01:38

Peter Phillips, Conductor - Josquin des Prez, Composer - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2019 Gimell Records 2019 Gimell Records

19
5a. Agnus Dei I
00:01:28

Peter Phillips, Conductor - Josquin des Prez, Composer - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2019 Gimell Records 2019 Gimell Records

20
5b. Agnus Dei II
00:01:38

Peter Phillips, Conductor - Josquin des Prez, Composer - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2019 Gimell Records 2019 Gimell Records

21
5c. Agnus Dei III
00:04:37

Peter Phillips, Conductor - plainchant, Composer - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2019 Gimell Records 2019 Gimell Records

Da pacem, Domine (Noel Bauldeweyn)

22
Da pacem, Domine
00:00:42

Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble - Noel Bauldeweyn, Composer

2019 Gimell Records 2019 Gimell Records

Missa da pacem (Noel Bauldeweyn)

23
1a. Kyrie I
00:01:27

Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble - Noel Bauldeweyn, Composer

2019 Gimell Records 2019 Gimell Records

24
1b. Christe
00:00:50

Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble - Noel Bauldeweyn, Composer

2019 Gimell Records 2019 Gimell Records

25
1c. Kyrie II
00:01:17

Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble - Noel Bauldeweyn, Composer

2019 Gimell Records 2019 Gimell Records

26
2a. Gloria in excelsis Deo
00:03:02

Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble - Noel Bauldeweyn, Composer

2019 Gimell Records 2019 Gimell Records

27
2b. Qui tollis peccata mundi, miserere
00:02:52

Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble - Noel Bauldeweyn, Composer

2019 Gimell Records 2019 Gimell Records

28
3a. Credo in unum Deum
00:03:15

Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble - Noel Bauldeweyn, Composer

2019 Gimell Records 2019 Gimell Records

29
3b. Et incarnatus est
00:01:29

Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble - Noel Bauldeweyn, Composer

2019 Gimell Records 2019 Gimell Records

30
3c. Crucifixus
00:00:57

Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble - Noel Bauldeweyn, Composer

2019 Gimell Records 2019 Gimell Records

31
3d. Et resurrexit tertia die
00:00:45

Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble - Noel Bauldeweyn, Composer

2019 Gimell Records 2019 Gimell Records

32
3e. Et iterum venturus est
00:03:06

Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble - Noel Bauldeweyn, Composer

2019 Gimell Records 2019 Gimell Records

33
4a. Sanctus
00:02:20

Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble - Noel Bauldeweyn, Composer

2019 Gimell Records 2019 Gimell Records

34
4b. Pleni sunt caeli
00:01:56

Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble - Noel Bauldeweyn, Composer

2019 Gimell Records 2019 Gimell Records

35
4c. Hosanna I
00:01:38

Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble - Noel Bauldeweyn, Composer

2019 Gimell Records 2019 Gimell Records

36
4d. Benedictus
00:02:19

Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble - Noel Bauldeweyn, Composer

2019 Gimell Records 2019 Gimell Records

37
4e. Hosanna II
00:01:44

Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble - Noel Bauldeweyn, Composer

2019 Gimell Records 2019 Gimell Records

38
5a. Agnus Dei I
00:02:21

Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble - Noel Bauldeweyn, Composer

2019 Gimell Records 2019 Gimell Records

39
5b. Agnus Dei II
00:02:45

Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble - Noel Bauldeweyn, Composer

2019 Gimell Records 2019 Gimell Records

40
5c. Agnus Dei III
00:02:55

Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble - Noel Bauldeweyn, Composer

2019 Gimell Records 2019 Gimell Records

Album Description

The graphics for this Tallis Scholars release mention scholarly disagreement over the Missa Mater Patris, long attributed to Josquin but "recently shown to be by the little-known Noel Bauldeweyn," writes director Peter Phillips. "Or is it?" he adds. He sketches out the controversy, pointing out that the mass does not resemble any of Josquin's other compositions in the genre; he doesn't answer his question. However, you might take the album as a rejoinder to those questioning the authenticity of the mass. Its possible removal from the Josquin canon rests entirely on this musical evidence, so Phillips is entitled to adduce musical evidence of his own: the genuine Bauldeweyn mass included here sounds nothing like Josquin but is basically a work in 15th century style with a bit of imitative counterpoint thrown in. The Missa Mater Patris is a spectacular work, whoever wrote it. It does include long homophonic passages that were uncharacteristic of Josquin's time and the rest of his output (although apparently not very characteristic of Bauldeweyn, either). Thus, Josquin inflects his borrowed material, a motet by Brumel, in the directions of both simplicity and, at the end, the usual complexity. Without taking an explicit position, Phillips admits that some parts of the Bauldeweyn Missa da Pacem are pretty dull, and he speculates that the parts that aren't might have been written by Josquin. The Missa Mater Patris is at its most Josquin-typical in the Incarnatus and Crucifixus, which introduce a new tonal realm in a way that probably no other Renaissance composer was capable of. Whatever your ideas when it comes to the do-it-yourself musicology, the reading by the always strong Tallis Scholars is especially sensitive here, and Gimell's sound from the Chapel at Merton College is superb. Highly recommended, both simply for its pleasures and as a way to introduce the kinds of issues scholars of Renaissance music think about.
© TiVo

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