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Jacob Obrecht

Jacob Obrecht

Jacob Obrecht was one of the composers who assured the excellent reputation of Dutch-Flemish music in the Renaissance. Obrecht worked in Bergen op Zoom, Cambrai, Bruges, Antwerp, and finally for a short period in Ferrara, Italy. In his earlier work, Obrecht was strongly influenced by his predecessors, especially Ockeghem. Soon his works grew bigger and more energetic, although he did have a short period in which he preferred calmer and more stable music. He was most prolific between 1485 and 1491, when he composed many missas and motets in a professional, yet extremely varied style. After this period, his style became less ambiguous. He strove less towards a pleasant sound, and more towards intelligible structures. In his final years, he mostly composed motets. 

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Time Signals

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Amsterdam Loeki Stardust Quartet

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Missa De Sancto Donatiano (bruges 1487)
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De Wereldlijke Werken

De Wereldlijke Werken

Camerata Trajectina, La Caccia , Brisk

Jacob Obrecht
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Renaissance Music (Vocal and Instrumental) - La Rue, P. De / Brumel, A. / Josquin Des Prez / Isaac, H. (The Art of Flemi

Renaissance Music (Vocal and Instrumental) - La Rue, P. De / Brumel, A. / Josquin Des Prez / Isaac, H. (The Art of Flemi

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Hans Judenk√ľnig, Jacobus Barbireau, Jacob Obrecht, Antoine Brumel, Adrian Willaert, Pierre de La Rue, Vincenzo Capirola, Juan de Urrede, Nicolas Gombert, Johannes Ockeghem, Johannes Cornago, Matthaeus Pipelare, Alonso Mudarra, Josquin des Prez, Heinrich Isaac