DetailsBorn around 1500, the Scottish composer Robert Johnson seems to have moved to England in the early 1530s, apparently for religious reasons. His surviving works show an unusual mixture of British and Continental traits. Ave dei patris filia is in the insular tradition of the large votive antiphon, whereas Gaude Maria virgo resembles the smaller-scale motets of Mouton. For five and four voices: SATBarB and ATBarB. vii + 20 pages.
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