Personalities | Robert Carver | Renaissance | Classical
c. 1490–c. 1546
Carver’s first composition may have been for the coronation of James V (1513); the Dum sacrum mysterium Mass is composed in 10 parts. Four of his other Masses remain extant and demonstrate the influence of Franco-Flemish style of composition characteristic of Josquin and others of the age.
Missa Dum sacrum mysterium, Motets, Capella Nova (ASV Gaudeamus)
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