Johannes Brassart

(c.1405 - ?)

Franco-Flemish composer. A priest in Liège until 1431, in which year he spent a few months in Rome as a Papal singer, he was employed by the Emperor Sigismund from 1434-43. His sacred music -- eight Introits, nine 3-part Mass movements and twelve 3- and 4-part motets -- is partly found in the Trent Codices and Aosta MS, and includes some attractive pieces, such as O flos fragrans with ornamented upper parts that recall Dunstable.

A Partial Johannes Brassart Discography | IIID: The Netherlanders to Ockeghem
Early Music, WBAI, Chris Whent, Here Of A Sunday Morning, HOASM, Classical Music, William Byrd, Thomas Tallis, Campion, Elizabethan Poets, Jonson, Rosseter, Herrick, Shirley, 99.5FM, Orlando Gibbons, John Bull, John Ward, Thomas Simpson, Weelkes, Willbye, Holborne, Dowland, Morley, radio, Dunstable, Gotham Early Music, Music Before 1800, Binchois, Dufay, Machaut, Palestrina, Monteverdi, Farnaby, Fayrfax, Peter Philips, Hume, Purcell, Blow, Humfrey, Ugolini, seicento