13     4      2    10

18    23    24     8

 9     21     17   20

14      3     19     7

 6     16    22    12

 11      1      5    15

Tag 1 – Rex pacificus (Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, ca. 1525–1594)

Tag 2 – La seraphina/La bernardina (Josquin des Prez, ca. 1450/1455–1521)

Tag 3 – I am a Ioly foster (anon., copied ca. 1510–1520)

Tag 4 – Fors solemant (Josquin des Prez, ca. 1450/55–1521)

Tag 5 – Adieu mes amours (Josquin des Prez, ca. 1450/55–1521)

Tag 6 – The borys hede (Richard Smert, fl. 1428–1477)

Tag 7 – Tu solus qui facis mirabilia – Josquin des Prez (ca. 1450/55–1521)

Tag 8 – Une musque de Biscaye (Josquin des Prez, ca. 1450/55–1521)

Tag 9 – In te domine speravi (Josquin des Prez, ca. 1450/55–1521)

Tag 10 – Fortuna disperata (Josquin) & Fui serrato nel dolore (Serafino von Aquila)

Tag 11 – Grene growth the holy (Henry VIII, 1491–1547)

Tag 12 – Puzzle canons (John Lloyd, ca. 1480–1523)

Tag 13 – Pange lingua gloriosi (Francesco Guerrero, 1528–1599) / Pabana francesca

Tag 14 – Un niño nos es naçido (anon. «Cancionero de Uppsala», 1556)

Tag 15 – La Ingrata (Domenico da Piacenza, ca. 1400–ca. 1476)

Tag 16 – Bergerette savoyene (Josquin des Prez, ca. 1450/55–1521)

Tag 17 – Cantate Domino (Adam Gumpelzhaimer, 1559–1625)

Tag 18 – La Deploration de Jehan Okenheim (Josquin de Prez, ca. 1450/1455–1521)

Tag 19 – Adios mi amor (Francesco Guerrero, 1528–1599)

Tag 20 – Riu riu chiu (anon., «Cancionero de Uppsala», 1556)

Tag 21 – Das lang’ Ave Maria (Josquin des Prez, ca. 1450/55–1521)

Tag 22 – O magnum mysterium (Tomás Luis de Victoria, ca. 1548–1611)

Tag 23 – A, my dere son (anon., Fayrfax Manuscript, ca. 1500)

Tag 24 – Officium natalis Christi (Orlando di Lasso, 1530/32–1594)

1-24 December:

Every day brings a new treat for the ears:
a series of 24 short moderated videos of Renaissance

music brightens the lead-up to Christmas;
Music to sing with and other highlights
from previous ReRen concerts
combined with video clips of music
for the Josquin year.

Old and new:
A real advent calendar printed in the paper museum.
with 24 colored windows into the world of Renaissance music.
On the inside of the opened windows
24 QR codes light the way
directly to the 24 Advent video clips,
moderated by Grace Newcombe and Marc Lewon.
Musicians: from ReRenaissance.
Development: Elizabeth Rumsey and Elisabeth Stähelin.

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Illustration: Stained glass window from the chapter house of the cathedral in Constance. 
Strasbourg, c. 1480 - Peter Hemmel von Andlau: Photo Peter Portner