Philippe Rogier – Missa Dirige gressus meos A(A)TTBarB


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40 pages. Also available for S(S)AATB.

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A parody of Crecquillon’s motet Dirige gressus meos. Sequential writing features prominently at the end of most sections of the Mass and the six-voice Agnus Dei movement is a particularly fine example of Rogier’s mastery of six-part counterpoint (at the time of publication in 1598, truly contrapuntal six-voice writing was becoming increasingly unfashionable).

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