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9 Responses to Kyrie Eleison - Pierre de la Rue / Antoine Brumel - The Clerks Group / Edward Wickham - Requiems (CD, Album)

  1. Nikonos says:
    The Clerks (formerly The Clerks Group) are a British early music vocal ensemble. They have authored a series of recordings and concerts featuring music by Johannes Ockeghem, Josquin des Prez, Jacob Obrecht and other composers of the Franco-Flemish Renaissance.
  2. Dinos says:
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  3. Matilar says:
    Pierre de Courtenay was born circa He was the son of Louis VI, Roi de France and Adelaide di Savoia. He married Elizabeth de Courtenay, daughter of Renaud de Courtenay, Seigneur de Courtenay and Hedwige de Donjon, circa He died before 25 March at Palestine. Pierre de Courtenay was a member of the House of Capet.
  4. Doular says:
    Artist Pierre Clerk is the second profile in our video series called Living! Pierre was an easy choice for the series, which features older people who continue to pursue their passions, find new interests and do meaningful and creative siotanitipersnumbsearpemamissbronsilk.coinfoer them leaders in the .
  5. Kagahn says:
    Find a Grave, database and images (siotanitipersnumbsearpemamissbronsilk.coinfo: accessed), memorial page for Antoine Jacques Claude Joseph Boulay de la Meurthe (19 Feb –4 Feb ), Find a Grave Memorial no. , citing Cimetière de Montparnasse, Paris, City of Paris, Île-de-France, France ; Maintained by amy (contributor ).
  6. Douzilkree says:
    Autograph letter signed, two pages (both sides) - addressed to the reverse of an adjoining sheet, 5,25 x 8,25 inch, , in French, to Léon Escudier* () in Paris - concerning the journal `Paÿs`, Baudelaire`s article about `Salammbô`** and his works,, written and signed in black ink "Ch. Baudelaire", with mild browning, three horizontal letter folds, and two areas of paper.
  7. Doum says:
    Pierre married Eugénie Jeanne Alexandrine Keyeux (born Magis). Eugénie was born on January 16 , in Verviers, Belgique. They had 3 children: Magali Moffat (born Keyeux) and 2 other children. Pierre passed away on month day , at age 76 at death place.
  8. Sarg says:
    Papers of Pierre de Rigaud, marquis de Vaudreuil, The Newberry Library (Chicago) Documents on French colonial Louisiana, Acadia, the Antilles, and the Yucatan [manuscript] [ca. ] The University of Texas at Austin, Briscoe Center for American History. A Guide to the Edward Alexander Parsons Collection, ,
  9. Kajijas says:
    Clérisseau, Charles-Louis (–). Paris-born draughtsman, scholar, and architect who studied under Boffrand, his importance was as a teacher and artist-archaeologist who had a profound effect on the evolution of Neo-Classicism. Source for information on Clérisseau, Charles-Louis: A Dictionary of Architecture and Landscape Architecture dictionary.

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