Ludwig Daser / Van Nevel,Paul / Huelgas Ensemble - Ludwig Daser: Polyphonic Masses [With Booklet] [Digipak] (Ger) | RECORD STORE DAY

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1. Missa Preter Rerum Seriem A 6v.: Kyrie
2. Missa Preter Rerum Seriem A 6v.: Gloria
3. Missa Preter Rerum Seriem A 6v.: Credo
4. Missa Preter Rerum Seriem A 6v.: Sanctus
5. Missa Preter Rerum Seriem A 6v.: Agnus Dei
6. Missa Fors Seullement A 4v.: Kyrie
7. Missa Fors Seullement A 4v.: Gloria
8. Missa Fors Seullement A 4v.: Sanctus
9. Missa Fors Seullement A 4v.: Agnus Dei

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This recording is dedicated to German Renaissance composer Ludwig Daser. Paul Van Nevel and the Huelgas Ensemble have recorded two polyphonic masses by the Munich-born composer, who was a contemporary of famous composers such as Orlando di Lasso and Cipriano di Rore. Ludwig Daser came from a wealthy Munich family. His composition teacher was to be the then famous Ludwig Senfl. Thanks to his compositional talent, Daser was promoted to Kapellmeister in 1552 - a post he held until 1562 (he was to be succeeded by none other than Orlando di Lasso). In 1572 Daser was then appointed Kapellmeister at the Stuttgart court of Duke Ludwig von Württemberg. A post he held until his death in 1589. Paul Van Nevel presents two masterpieces from Daser's rich Munich church music output with the Huelgas Ensemble. Van Nevel has selected the monumental "Missa Praeter rerum seriem". It survives in a Munich choir book written between 1544 and 1555. The "Missa Praeter rerum seriem" is a so-called "parody mass". The model from which Daser was inspired is the six-part motet of the same name by the great Franco-Flemish composer Josquin Desprez. The second work, Daser's four-part "Missa Fors seulement", is of a completely different nature, it is an impressive example of the special characteristics of Franco-Flemish vocal music, which Daser had become acquainted with through Ludwig Senfl.