Early Renaissance settings of the Canticles

Tentative program

Osculetur me, Jacobus Barbireau (1455–1491)
Tota pulcra es, Henricus Isaac (c1450–55-1517)
Tota pulchra es amica mea, Adrian Willaert (c1490; d Venice, 7 Dec 1562)
Anima mea liquefacta est, Johannes Ghiselin (fl 1491–1507)
Qualis est dilectus, Forest (First half of 15th cent)
Ego flos campi, Clemens non Papa (b c1510–15; d 1555/6)
Quam pulchra es, Nicholas Gombert (b c1495; d c1560)

Anima mea liquefacta est/Stirps Jesse, Antoine Busnoys (1430-1492)
O pulcherrima mulierum, Jean Mouton (b ?Samer, before 1459; d St Quentin, 30 Oct 1522)
Descendi in ortum meum, Johannes Le Brung (fl early 16th century)
Quam pulchra es, John Dunstable (b c1390; d 24 Dec 1453)
Nigra sum sed formosa, Jean Lhéritier (b c1480; d after 1551)
Tota pulcra es, Andreas de Silva (b c1475–80)

Descendi in ortum meum, Dunstable
Vidi speciosam sicut columbam, Gaspar van Weerbeke (1445– after 1516)
Ibo michi ad montem, Weerbeke
Anima mea, Weerbeke
O pulcherrima mulierum, Weerbeke
Pulchra es, amica mea, Johannes de Lymburgia (fl 1431)
Descendi in ortum meum, Johannes de Lymburgia

Quam pulchra es et quam decora, Johannes Lupi (b c1506; d Cambrai, 20 Dec 1539)
Surge, propera amica mea, Lupi
Anima mea liquefacta est, Leonel Power (d Canterbury, 5 June 1445)
Surge propera, Johannes de Pinarol (fl late 15th century)