Loyset Compère

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Loyset Compère (c. 1445 – 16 August 1518) was a Franco-Flemish composer of the Renaissance. Of the same generation as Josquin des Prez, he was one of the most significant composers of motets and chansons of that era, and one of the first musicians to bring the light Italianate Renaissance style to France.

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Album

Year Title Artist RatingReleases
1989 Music From the Spanish Kingdoms (Circa 1500 feat. conductor: Nancy Hadden) Various Artists 1
1991 The Field of Cloth of Gold Musica Antiqua of London 1
1997 BBC Music, Volume 5, Number 6: Renaissance Love Songs Catherine Bott 1
1998 Music for Mona Lisa Concordia 1
1999 English and Italian Renaissance Madrigals The Hilliard Ensemble 1
2001 Food, Wine & Song Orlando Consort 1
2002 "Ecce Maria genuit..." Various Artists 1
2006 Carnetz Secretz Les Jardins de Courtoisie 1
2007 Hilliard Live, Volume 2: For Ockeghem The Hilliard Ensemble 1
2008 Hilliard Live: The Collection The Hilliard Ensemble 1
2009 Masters from Flanders: Polyphony from the 15th & 16th Century (Currende Consort & Capella Sancti Michaelis feat. conductor: Erik van Nevel) Various Artists 1
Une Fête Chez Rabelais (Ensemble Clément Janequin feat. director: Dominique Visse) Various Artists 1

Album + Compilation

Year Title Artist RatingReleases
1995 Early French Organ Music, Volume 1 (Joseph Payne) Various Artists 1
1997 The Art of the Netherlands (The Early Music Consort of London feat. conductor: David Munrow) Various Artists 1
1999 Music & Art in Renaissance Florence (Concordia feat. conductor: Mark Levy) Various Artists 1
2005 Century: La musique des siècles, Volume 9: Chansons de la Renaissance Various Artists 1
Gloria: Renaissance Music for Christmas (feat choir: Vox Lucens) Various Artists 1

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