Ludwig Senfl. Works for Martin Luther and the Reformation. Ensemble Officium.

Renaissance composer Ludwig Senfl (1486-1542) was born in Basle or Zurich. He began as a chorister under the direction of Heinrich Isaac, whom he later succeeded as composer to the court of Emperor Maximilian I. Martin Luther knew Ludwig Senfl personally. More information: see "Musica Helvetica" (below, end of this page). CD P 1999 / C 2009: Missa super psalmus Nisi Dominus; Motets Nisi Dominus, Non morirar, sed vivam and other vocal works.

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Senfl: Missa super Nisi Dominus. Agnus Dei.

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