Adrianus Petit Coclico
Like many Renaissance composers, very little is known about Coclico's early life. He was raised Catholic but became a Protestant and left Flanders for Germany. The earliest known reference to him in official documents is at Wittenberg University in 1545, and though he later claimed to have been a pupil of Josquin des Prez and to have worked for Henry VIII, the French royal court, and the Pope, scholarship has not been able to substantiate any of these claims.
View the Wikipedia article on Adrianus Petit Coclico.
List of choral works
- A solis ortus
- Bicinium super Salve sancta parens
- Carmen super Pange lingua
- Christus spes mea
- Nulla quidem virtus
- Omnis consummationis
- Venite exsultemus Domino
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