Antoine Brumel Music Recordings and Sheet Music

  • Born
    c. 1460
  • Died
    c. 1513
  • Birthplace
    he was probably born west of Chartres, perhaps in the town of Brunelles, near to Nogent-le-Rotrou, France

Antoine Brumel was a French composer. He was one of the first renowned French members of the Franco-Flemish school of the Renaissance, and, after Josquin des Prez, was one of the most influential composers of his generation. Brumel was at the center of the changes that were taking place in European music around 1500, in which the previous style of highly differentiated voice parts, composed one after another, was giving way to smoothly flowing, equal parts, composed simultaneously. These changes can be seen in his music, with some of his earlier work conforming to the older style, and his later compositions showing the polyphonic fluidity which became the stylistic norm of the Josquin generation.

Title Form Instrument Ratings
Fors seulement Chorale Choir
Nativitas unde gaudia / Nativitas tua, Dei genitrix Funeral Music Choir
Philippe, qui videt me Motet Choir
5 Masses Sacred Mass Choir
Ave stella matutina Sacred Mass Choir
Benedictus, Fuga ex una Sacred Mass Solo voice(s)
Da pacem, Domine Sacred Mass Choir and Instrument
Heth. Cogitavit Dominus Sacred Mass Choir
Languente miseris Sacred Mass Choir
Magnificat octavi toni Sacred Mass Choir
Mater patris et filia Sacred Mass Choir
Missa A l’ombre d’ung buissonet Sacred Mass Choir
Missa de Beata Virgine Sacred Mass Choir
Missa Et ecce terræ motus Sacred Mass Choir
Missa pro defunctis Sacred Mass Choir