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Quam pulchra es
John Dunstable Lyrics

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Christine Germonprez

'How beautiful you are and how pleasing,
my dearest one, with your delights!
Your stature is like the palm tree,
and your breasts like clusters of grapes,
your head is like mount Carmel,
and your neck like an ivory tower.'
'Come, my beloved,
let us go into the fields and see
if the flowers bring forth fruit,
and if the pomegranates are in bloom.
There I will give you my breasts.'

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Roger Moore

the beginning is so beautiful!


motet, (French mot: “word”), style of vocal composition that has undergone numerous transformations through many centuries. Typically, it is a Latin religious choral composition, yet it can be a secular composition or a work for soloist(s) and instrumental accompaniment, in any language, with or without a choir.

Lucie Freeman

rjciccone thank you so much, you just helped me with my homework =)

Hector Barrionuevo

Beautiful, peaceful, early Renaissance polyphony ! I guess this is modal counterpoint that only "admitted" cadences where each part approaches or proceeds by stepwise motion ... wonderful!

Helen Lauer

John Dunstable: 1390-1453, English

Mirco Asprella

yes but lived many time in France, during the war



Michael Canales


Napoleão Bonaparte


Simone Solari

Napoleão Bonaparte bravissimo 👏

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