Difference between revisions of "Jean Mouton"

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*Missa Tua est potentia (on [[Tua est potentia (Jean Mouton)|his own motet]]) - [[D-Ju MS 8]]
 
*Missa Verbum bonum (on [[Verbum bonum et suave (Pierrequin de Thérache)|Thérache's motet]])
 
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Revision as of 03:53, 10 December 2022

Life

Born: before 1459

Died: 30 October 1522

Biography Mouton was appointed écolâtre-chantre at Notre Dame, Nesle in 1477 and by 1483 was maître de chapelle and a priest, having presumably reached the required age of 25. He held posts at Amiens (1500), Grenoble (1501), and from 1502 was attached to the French royal court. In 1518 he succeeded Loyset Compère at St. Quentin where he was buried, the now-lost headstone reportedly naming him "Maistre Jehan de Hollingue, dit Mouton". Among his pupils was Adrian Willaert.

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List of choral works

Sacred Works

4vv unless otherwise noted; incomplete works omitted.

Secular Works

 
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Publications

  • Missarum Joannis Mouton liber primus (Fossombrone, 1515)
  • Carmen quatuor vocum ex una fluentium (Augsburg, 1548)
  • Selecti aliquot moduli, et in 4, 5, 6 et 8 vocum harmoniam distincti, liber primus (Paris, 1555)

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