Vinders: Missa Myns liefkens bruyn ooghen; Missa Fors seulement; Secular songs

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Jheronimus Vinders (fl.1525/6) is best known for the oft-recorded lament on the death of Josquin Desprez (d.1521), O mors inevitabilis, which has led many to...

Jheronimus Vinders (fl.1525/6) is best known for the oft-recorded lament on the death of Josquin Desprez (d.1521), O mors inevitabilis, which has led many to presume that he was a disciple or even a pupil of the great master. Now that his surviving works have recently been published in a modern edition, we are better able to place him among his contemporaries. He belongs to a rather small group of Flemish musicians who form the link between the Josquin generation and that of the mid-sixteenth century, featuring composers such as Clemens non Papa and Crecquillon. He boasts a wonderfully imaginative ear with a preference for dark sonorities, and his music often surprises and delights. This is the first recording devoted to a selection of Vinders’s works along with the polyphonic models that inspired them.



Product Description:


  • Release Date: September 01, 2023


  • UPC: 5060262793558


  • Catalog Number: INV1012


  • Label: Inventa Records


  • Number of Discs: 2


  • Composer: Jheronimus Vinders


  • Conductor: David Skinner


  • Orchestra/Ensemble: ["The Choir of Sidney Sussex College", "Cambridge"]


  • Performer: Performer:, Andrew Lawrence-King