Jean Lhéritier

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Jean L'Héritier (Lhéritier, Lirithier, Heritier and other spellings also exist) (c. 1480 – after 1551) was a French composer of the Renaissance. He was mainly famous as a composer of motets, and is representative of the generation of composers active in the early to middle 16th century who anticipated the style of Palestrina.

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Year Title Artist RatingReleases
1987 Palestrina Masses: Missa Nigra sum (The Tallis Scholars feat. conductor: Peter Phillips) Various Artists 2 1
1994 Renaissance Masterpieces Oxford Camerata, Jeremy Summerly 1
1996 All the King's Men I Fagiolini & Concordia 1
2006 A Gift for a King (Magdala feat. conductor: David Skinner) Magdala 1
2009 Song of Songs Palestrina, Gombert, Lassus, Victoria; Stile Antico 2
2009 Magnificat: Beautiful and Calming Choral Music (Magdala feat. conductor: David Skinner) Magdala 1

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