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Inter natos mulierum
composer
doubtful attribution
author of text
Matthew 11: 11; John 1: 6

Recordings
'Josquin: Josquin and his contemporaries' (CDA67183)
Josquin: Josquin and his contemporaries
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Inter natos mulierum
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The authorship of the motet for St John the Baptist, Inter natos mulierum, has been disputed by scholars for decades. Though it is ascribed to Josquin in two of its three sources, none of these antedates the 1530s, and its full, sumptuous texture, lacking the clearly sectionalised musical architecture generally associated with Josquin, could support a date not much earlier than its first surviving copy. But whoever composed it, no one who hears this glorious piece, soaked in the resplendent sonorities that only five or more voices can afford, can doubt that it is fully deserving of a regular place in the repertory.

from notes by Andrew Kirkman © 2001

Track-specific metadata
Details for CDA67183 track 1
Artists
ISRC
GB-AJY-01-18301
Duration
4'41
Recording date
12 January 2000
Recording venue
St Andrew's Church, Toddington, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom
Recording producer
Mark Brown
Recording engineer
Tony Faulkner
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  1. Josquin: Josquin and his contemporaries (CDA67183)
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    Release date: September 2001
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