Time 19:00


musiche di W.Byrd, J.Desprez, H.Isaac, C.Morales


Peter Phillips

L’homme armé… The armed man should be feared… One of the most famous and investigated Renaissance songs opens the extraordinary concert at the end of the Festival: men, soldiers, dukes, mentors, heroes, guides… Masses, motets, songs written by great composers for great men: Josquin for his patron Duke of Ferrara or for Ockeghem, Appenzeller for Josquin, Byrd for Tallis, Isaac for the Medici. Skilful and allusive tributes, in which the abstract pleasure of the intellect is combined with the pleasure of listening to the breath-taking performance of The Tallis Scholars.

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L'homme armé (monodia) 

Josquin Desprez (ca. 1450/55 – 1521)
Missa Hercules Dux Ferrarie 
     Agnus Dei


Heinrich Isaac (ca. 1450 – 1517)
Optime Pastor 

Josquin Desprez
Nymphes des bois

Benedictus Appenzeller (ca. 1480/88 – dopo il 1558)
Musae Jovis 

Jacobus Vaet (ca. 1529 – 1567)
Continuo lacrimas 

William Byrd (1539 – 1623) 
Ye sacred Muses 

Cristóbal de Morales (1500 – 1553) 
Jubilate Deo




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