Mors tu as navré/Miserere (Ockeghem, Johannes)

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General Information

Work Title Mors tu as navré
Alternative. Title
Composer Ockeghem, Johannes
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 1
Language Latin
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Renaissance
Piece Style Renaissance
Instrumentation 4 voices (but see below, Comments, about textless lines)


Misc. Comments

  • Grove Music's description of this is "déploration on death of Binchois (d 1460); French ballade in Sup, combined with Latin text in T that concludes with words and plainchant of final phrase of Dies irae, but see B ii/1; Ct and B are textless in sources".
  • Though the incipit is "Miserere", this is not classified as a Miserere because it is not part of a Mass, and the words after the incipit are not part of the Mass text.