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Ratas del viejo Mundo - Baston: Flemish and French Chansons (2022)

Posted By: delpotro
Ratas del viejo Mundo - Baston: Flemish and French Chansons (2022)

Ratas del viejo Mundo - Baston: Flemish and French Chansons (2022)
WEB FLAC (tracks) - 275 Mb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps - 135 Mb | Digital booklet | 00:58:15
Classical, Vocal | Label: Ramée, Outhere Music

Most likely belonging to the fourth generation of Flemish polyphonists — that of such musicians as Adrian Willaert, Nicolas Gombert, Clemens non Papa and Cipriano de Rore — Josquin (or Johannes?) Baston was one of the many mysterious figures in sixteenth-century music history. Nothing is known about when and where he was born or died, and much uncertainty exists even about his first name. Many of his compositions appeared in printed anthologies alongside those of some of the most important musicians of the first half of the sixteenth century, such as Josquin Desprez and Orlande de Lassus. For the famous printers Tielman Susato and Pierre Phalèse to have included Baston’s works among those of such luminaries of Flemish Renaissance polyphony, they must have considered him to be an excellent composer. Whether Josquin Baston stayed in his native area, or whether he was the same person as the Joannes Baston who was active in Vienna, Poland, and Scandinavia, will remain an open question. This recording of chansons and motets by Josquin Baston explores the fascinating world of the mid-sixteenth-century Flemish style through the output of a very important though largely forgotten composer.