List of works by Josquin Desprez

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Works by genre

Masses

  1. Missa Ave Maris Stella (4 voices, Rome, 1486–1495)
  2. Missa de Beata Virgine (5 voices)
  3. Missa Di dadi (=N’aray je jamais) (4 voices; authorship doubted by some scholars)
  4. Missa Faisant regretz (4 voices)
  5. Missa Fortuna desperata (4 voices)
  6. Missa Gaudeamus (4 voices)
  7. Missa Hercules Dux Ferrariæ (4 voices, 6 in Agnus Dei III, Ferrara, 1503/04)
  8. Missa La sol fa re mi (4 voices)
  9. Missa L’ami Baudichon (4 voices)
  10. Missa L’homme armé sexti toni (4 voices, 6 in Agnus Dei III)
  11. Missa L’homme armé super voces musicales (4 voices)
  12. Missa Malheur me bat (4 voices, 6 in Agnus Dei III)
  13. Missa Mater patris (4 voices; authorship doubted by some scholars)
  14. Missa Pange lingua (4 voices, Condé, around 1514)
  15. Missa Sine nomine (4 voices; canonic mass, originally titled “Missa Ad fugam”)

Doubtful works:

  1. Missa Ad fugam (4 voices)
  2. Missa Da pacem (4 voices)
  3. Missa Une musque de Biscaye (4 voices)
  4. Missa D’ung aultre amer (4 voices)

Mass fragments

Of questionable authenticity, with the exception of the Credo De tous biens playne:

  1. Credo Chascun me crie (= Des rouges nez)
  2. Credo De tous biens playne
  3. Credo Vilayge (II)
  4. Credo [Quarti toni] (canonic)
  5. Gloria De beata virgine
  6. Sanctus De passione
  7. Sanctus D'ung aultre amer
  8. Credo Vilayge (I)
  9. Credo La belle se siet (probably Robert de Févin)

Motets

  1. Absalon fili mi (4 voices; attribution has been challenged, possibly Pierre de la Rue)
  2. Absolve, quaesumus, Domine/Requiem aeternam (6 voices; attribution has been challenged)
  3. Alma redemptoris mater
  4. Alma redemptoris mater / Ave regina caelorum
  5. Ave Christe, immolate, 4vv – Secunda pars, Salve lux mundi
  6. Ave Maria, gratia plena… benedicta tu (4 voices)
  7. Ave Maria, gratia plena… Virgo serena (4 voices, Milan 1484/85)
  8. Ave munda spes, Maria (not in first complete works edition)
  9. Ave nobilissima creatura
  10. Ave verum corpus natum
  11. Benedicta es, caelorum regina
  12. Christum ducem, qui per crucem (4 voices)
  13. De profundis clamavi (4 voices; late composition)
  14. De profundis clamavi (5 voices; late composition)
  15. De profundis clamavi (4 voices; possibly middle-period composition; alternatively attributed to Nicolas Champion)
  16. Domine exaudi orationem meam
  17. Domine, ne in furore tuo (4 voices)
  18. Domine, non secundum peccata nostra (2–4 voices; for Rome)
  19. Ecce, tu pulchra es, amica mea
  20. Factum est autem
  21. Gaude virgo, mater Christi
  22. Homo quidam fecit cenam magnam
  23. Honor, decus, imperium
  24. Huc me sydereo descendere jussit Olympo (5 voices)
  25. Illibata Dei virgo nutrix
  26. In exitu Israel de Aegypto
  27. In illo tempore assumpsit Jesus duodecim disciplus
  28. Iniquos odio habui (4 voices, only tenor part survives)
  29. In principio erat Verbum (4 voices, authenticity has been questioned)
  30. Inviolata, integra et casta es (5 voices; a version for 12 voices is probably spurious)
  31. Jubilate Deo omnis terra
  32. Liber generationis Jesu Christi (4 voices)
  33. Magnificat quarti toni (attributed to Josquin on stylistic grounds)
  34. Magnificat tertii toni (attributed to Josquin on stylistic grounds)
  35. Memor esto verbi tui
  36. Miserere mei Deus (5 voices; Ferrara, 1503)
  37. Misericordias Domini in aeternum cantabo (France, 1480/83)
  38. Missus est Gabriel angelus ad Mariam Virginem
  39. Mittit ad virginem
  40. Monstra te esse matrem
  41. O admirabile commercium (part of a 5-motet cycle)
  42. O bone et dulcissime Jesu
  43. O Domine Jesu Christe (part of a Passion setting in 5 sections)
  44. O virgo prudentissima
  45. O virgo virginum
  46. Pater noster, qui es in cælis (Condé, 1505–1521)
  47. Planxit autem David
  48. Præter rerum seriem (6 voices)
  49. Qui edunt me adhuc
  50. Qui habitat in adiutorio altissimi
  51. Qui velatus facie fuisti (part of a Passion setting in 6 sections)
  52. Responsum acceperat Simeon, (6 voices)
  53. Salve regina (4 voices)
  54. Salve regina (5 voices, 1502)
  55. Stabat Mater
  56. Tu lumen, tu splendor
  57. Tu solus qui facus mirabilia
  58. Tulerunt Dominum meum (8 voices)
  59. Usquequo Domine oblivisceris me (attrib on stylistic grounds; only part survives)
  60. Ut Phoebi radiis
  61. Veni, sancte spiritus (doubtful, also attributed to Forestier)
  62. Victimæ paschali laudes
  63. Virgo prudentissima
  64. Virgo salutiferi (Ferrara, 1504/05)
  65. Vultum tuum deprecabuntur (7-part Passion cycle) (1480s)

Motet-chansons

  1. A la mort / Monstra te esse matrem
  2. Fortune destrange plummaige/Pauper sum ego
  3. O Jesu, fili David
  4. Que vous madame / In pace in idipsum

Psalms

  1. De profundis, (4 voices)
  2. Domine Dominus noster, (5 voices)
  3. Domine, exaudi orationem mean, (4 voices)
  4. Domine, ne in furore, (4 voices)
  5. Dominus regnavit, (4 voices)

Chansons

  1. A l’heure que je vous
  2. A l’ombre d’ung buissonet, au matinet (3 voices)
  3. Adieu mes amours
  4. Adieu mes amours (6 or 7 voices)
  5. Baisé moy, ma doulce amye (4 voices)
  6. Belle, pour l’amour de vous
  7. Bergerette savoyenne
  8. Cela sans plus
  9. Cœurs désolés de toutes nations
  10. Comment peult haver joye
  11. Cueur langoreulx
  12. De tous biens plaine (3 voices)
  13. De tous biens plaine (4 voices)
  14. Douleur me bat
  15. Du mien amant
  16. Dulces exuviae
  17. En non saichant
  18. En l’ombre d’ung buissonet tout, au long (3 voices)
  19. En l’ombre d’ung buissonet tout, au long (4 voices)
  20. Entré je suis en grant pensée (3 voices)
  21. Entré je suis en grant pensée (4 voices)
  22. Fama malum
  23. Faulte d’argent
  24. Fors seulement (only one of six voice parts survives)
  25. Fortuna d’un gran tempo
  26. Helas madame
  27. Ile fantazies de Joskin
  28. Incessament livré suis à martire
  29. Je me complains
  30. Je n’ose plus
  31. Je ris et si ay larme
  32. Je sey bien dire
  33. La belle se siet
  34. La Bernardina
  35. La plus de plus
  36. Le villain [jaloux]
  37. Ma bouche rit et mon cueur pleure
  38. Mille Regretz (4 voices)
  39. Mon mary m'a diffamée
  40. N'esse pas ung grant desplaisir
  41. Nymphes des bois (written for the death of Johannes Ockeghem)
  42. Nymphes, nappés / Circumdederunt me
  43. Parfons regretz
  44. Petite camusette
  45. Plaine de dueil
  46. Plus n'estes ma maistresse
  47. Plus nulz regretz (written between 1508 and 1511, commemorating the 1507 Treaty of Calais);
  48. Plusieurs regretz
  49. Pour souhaitter
  50. Quant je vous voye
  51. Qui belles amours a
  52. Recordans de my signora
  53. Regretz sans fin
  54. Se congié prens
  55. Si j'ay perdu mon amy (3 voices)
  56. Si j'ay perdu mon amy (4 voices)
  57. Tant vous aimme Bergeronette
  58. Tenz moy en voz bras
  59. Une mousque de Biscaye
  60. Vive le roy (instrumental piece, written for Louis XII)
  61. Vous l'arez, s'il vous plaist
  62. Vous ne l'arez pas
  63. textless (4 voices)

Frottole

  1. El Grillo
  2. In te Domine speravi per trovar pietà
  3. Scaramella va alla guerra

Canon

  1. Canon from Glareanus' Dodecachordon of 1547

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