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Josquin changed musical history – why don't we hear more of him?

8 May 2021

9:00 AM

8 May 2021

9:00 AM

Josquin: Mille Regretz

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Stepping into the Sistine Chapel, the choir loft is probably the last thing you’d notice. ‘Loft’ is, frankly, a stretch for what amounts to a small alcove with a wooden bench, carved out of the chapel’s wall. But if you made your way up there and ran your hand over the stone you’d feel something unexpected.

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