Ludwig Senfl: Missa Paschalis Motetten & Lieder
CD704

Ludwig Senfl (1486-1543) was a leading composer in Europe during the Reformation and a favourite musician of Martin Luther. He was much travelled and was for a time under the employ of Emperor Maximilian I.
 
This recording features a selection of Senfl’s church and vernacular music, in various vocal and instrumental combinations including the cornett and sackbut ensemble QuintEssential, and the fine gothic harp of Andrew Lawrence-King.
 
The recording itself took place in the Bavarian town of Regensburg in the ancient church of St Emmeram.
 
 
 
                       

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1. Kyrie (Missa Paschalis)
2. Gloria (Missa Paschalis)
3. Carmen in La
4. So ich sie dann
5. Carmen in Re
6. In Maien
7. Ach Elslein
8. Ave Maria
9. Was wird es doch
10. Ich stuend 
11. Sanctus (Missa Paschalis)
12. Agnus Dei (Missa Paschalis)
13. Wohl auf
14. Carmen 8
15. Fortuna ad voces musicalis
16. So man lang macht
17. Quis dabit oculis (attrib. Senfl)
 
Released: 2009
Length: 66 minuites
 
Artists: Andrew Lawrence-King , Choir of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, QuintEssential