Thomas Crecquillon (c.1505-c.1557)

 

For many years, Crecquillon has been something of forgotten figure in musical history. Some of his finest works have suffered from misattribution in sources (Andreas Christi famulus was attributed to Morales and Pater peccavi to Clemens non Papa) and it is only in recent times that his music has gained the exposure and respect that it deserves. He served as Court Composer to the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V – one of the most prestigious musical positions in Europe – and produced works in a variety of styles, including motets, Masses and chansons.

Andreas Christi famulus –
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£5.50 per 10 copies

Congratulamini mihi –
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£5.50 per 10 copies

Domine Deus omnipotens –
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£11.00 per 10 copies

Missa Domine Deus omnipotens –
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£16.50 per 10 copies

Missa D’ung petit mot –
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£16.50 per 10 copies

Missa Mort m’a privé –
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£16.50 per 10 copies

Pater peccavi –
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£11.00 per 10 copies