Johannes Ockeghem (c. 1410-1497) is variously accounted to be French or Flemish. This is understandable, due to the changing boundaries in Europe. Among other positions, he was premier chaplain to three French kings. He is most noted for the seeming complexity of his masses.
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Classical Archives: Johannes Ockeghem
Biography and music files offered in MIDI and MP3 audio formats, including live recordings of featured artists.
Famous Belgians: Johannes Ockeghem
Short biography focusing on his royal appointments, surviving works, and Desprez' reaction to his death.
Brief biography, list of works with discography by Pierre-F. Roberge for the Early Music FAQ of the Medieval Music and Arts Foundation.
Biography with illustration, discography, and related links from the Here Of A Sunday Morning radio program.
Library of Congress Vatican Exhibit: Music Room Two
Contains photo of illustrated manuscript with music by Ockeghem.
Brief biography, related composer links, discography, and CD reviews from the Classical Net Basic Repertoire List.
Ockeghem, Johannes (c. 1410 - 1497), Netherlands
Biographical data, recommended CDs, books and sheet music, bibliography, and links to biographical essays from Dr. Estrella's Incredibly Abridged Dictionary of Composers.
Study of the mass and details of the reaction to his death by the intellectual and artistic elite of his time.
Werner Icking Music Archive: Johannes Ockeghem
Missa Pro Defuctis, a Requiem for choir. Includes MIDI audio, and scores in PDF, PNG, and score and parts in MusiXTeX format in ZIP files.
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