Nicolas Gombert

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Nicolas Gombert (c. 1495 – c. 1560) was a Franco-Flemish composer of the Renaissance. He was one of the most famous and influential composers between Josquin des Prez and Palestrina, and best represents the fully developed, complex polyphonic style of this period in music history.

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Year Title Artist RatingReleases
1992 BBC Music, Volume 1, Number 4: Music for Christmas Johannes Brahms, Nicolas Gombert, William Mathias; BBC Singers 1
1992 Music From the Court of Charles V (Huelgas Ensemble feat. conductor: Paul van Nevel) Nicolas Gombert 1
1996 Eight-Part Credo / Haec dies / Salve regina / Media vita / Lugebat David Absalon and Other Motets Nicolas Gombert; Henry's Eight 2
1997 Missa Tempore paschali Nicolas Gombert; Henry's Eight 2
2001 Magnificats 1-4 (The Tallis Scholars feat. conductor: Peter Phillips) Nicolas Gombert 1
2002 Magnificats 5-8 (The Tallis Scholars feat. conductor: Peter Phillips) Nicolas Gombert 1
2006 Missa media vita in morte sumus (The Hilliard Ensemble) Nicolas Gombert 1
2007 Tribulatio et angustia (The Brabant Ensemble feat. director: Stephen Rice) Nicolas Gombert 1
2009 Song of Songs Palestrina, Gombert, Lassus, Victoria; Stile Antico 2

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