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Philippe de Monte (Flemish composer of the late Renaissance). Philippus de Monte; Capella Sancti Michaelis, Currende Consort, Erik Van Nevel. 1. - Geistliche und Weltliche Werke (Hilliard Ensemble & Kees Boeke Consort). Showing official release groups by this artist.
Anthelme Nizier Philippe was born on 25 April 1849 in Le Rubathier, Loisieux, Savoy, France, the son of peasants. He was also known as "Maître Philippe" or "Maître Philippe de Lyon". His mother was Marie Vachod (1823–1899) and his father Joseph Philippe (1819–1898). From the age of fourteen he stayed with his uncle Vachod, a Butcher in Lyon. He gained a reputation as a healer by the age of thirteen.
Heinrich Isaac: Geistliche & Weltliche Werke (Sacred and Secular Works). The Hilliard Ensemble (Performer), Kees Boeke Consort (Performer), David James (Performer), Paul Elliott (Performer), Leigh Nixon (Performer), Paul Hillier (Performer), Bruce Dickey (Performer), Charles Toet (Performer), Toyohiko Satoh (Performer), Heinrich Isaac (Composer) & 7 more Format: Audio CD.
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Geistliche und weltliche Werke für Männerchor.
Philippe de Monte (1521 – 4 July 1603), sometimes known as Philippus de Monte, was a Flemish composer of the late Renaissance active all over Europe. He was a member of the 3rd generation madrigalists and wrote more madrigals than any other composer of the time. Sources cite him as being "the best composer in the entire country, particularly in the new manner and musica reservata. Others compare his collections of music with that of other influential composers, such as Lassus.
Philippe De Monte - Sacred and secular Works. Should Your Grace ever desire to have a good composer, methinks I know whither I should look to procure You one. There is a gentleman in Engelland in the King's Chapel by the name of Philippus de Monte - he was born von Mechel, but has spent most of his life in Italia - I am well acquainted with him and may say that he is a quiet, reserved person, demure as a maiden. Philippe de Monte's oeuvre consists mainly of 1073 secular and 111 sacred madrigals in 42 books, 45 chansons, 319 motets and 48 masses. In the same way as di Lasso had taken up the post (in Munich) in 1557 apparently offered to de Monte, so the latter entered the service of Emperor Maximilian II in Vienna in 1568 in lieu of Palestrina, whose financial demands were too high. De Monte remained Kapellmeister of the Vienna flourishing court orchestra for the rest of his life.
|1||O Suavitas Et Dulcedo||4:30|
|2||Parce Mihi Domine||6:52|
|3||Dolce Mio Caro||3:58|
|4||Comme La Tourterelle||1:35|
|5||Comme La Tourterelle||3:06|
|6||La Déesse Venus||3:58|
|7||La Dolce Vista||2:16|
|Missa 8 Vocum „La Dolce Vista“|
|13||VI. Agnus Dei||2:44|