The Tournai Mass is a polyphonic setting of the mass from 14th-century France. It is preserved in a manuscript from the library of the Tournai Cathedral.
The Tournai Mass comprises six movements, each of which are for three voices.
* The Kyrie is written in Franconian notation, and is stylistically typical of mid-to-late 13th century practice. * The Gloria has freer rhythmic interplay than the Kyrie, characteristic of Ars Nova developments. It is concluded by a huge amen which makes use of… read more
|1||Agnus Dei||41 listeners|
|4||Gloria in excelsis Deo||26 listeners|
|5||Messe de Tournai: III. Agnus Dei||2 listeners|
|6||Messe de Tournai: I. Kyrie||2 listeners|
|7||Messe de Tournai: II. Préface (solo 4) - Sanctus||2 listeners|
|8||Préface (Solo 4) - Sanctus||1 listener|
|9||02 kyrie||1 listener|
|10||03 Gloria||1 listener|