Probably composed for a Marian feast, it is the Sanctus section of Ockeghem's mass which seems to reveal the composer's intention.
The first appearance of Johannes Ockeghem in the surviving records is the year that he spent as a vicaire-chanteur an adult singer in the cathedral choir at Notre Dame in Antwerp. Two years later he was singing in the chapel of Charles I, duke of Bourbon, whose wife was the sister of Philip the Good, Duke of Burgundy. It is possible that he had gone there directly from Antwerp.
He remained at least two years until he moved to his next known position, the chapel of Charles VII, king of France, where he is named in the list of singers in Among the chaplains singers in the chapel who are not priests, he is already listed premier chapelain by Martin in Tours, of which the French kings were hereditary abbots. This function made Ockeghem first in rank among the administrators of the vast royal property in and around that city, and secured him a considerable annual income.
In that capacity he developed into a highly prolific composer of polyphonic mass cycles, of which thirteen have been transmitted in a single manuscript, copied around , and now preserved in the Vatican Library MS Chigi During the early s the young Flemish composer Antoine Busnoys apparently refined his musical abilities in Tours with Ockeghem; his famous motet In hydraulis hails Ockeghem as the successor of Pythagoras and "a true image of Orpheus.
He must have been ordained a priest in Cambrai some time before , during a visit to Dufay. He is still mentioned in court documents in , when he was present for the foot-washing ceremony of Holy Thursday. In documented travels to Spain in and to the Low Countries, visiting Damme and Brugge August Ockeghem may well have assumed a double role: as both the highly esteemed composer, traveling with his fellow chapel singers, and the experienced, trustworthy official, representing the interests of the French royal court.
Because of his great age, he probably spent his last years in retirement.
He died on February 6, Ockeghem's output was comparatively modest in size: ten complete Masses, some partial Masses and single movements, and also the earliest extant polyphonic Requiem, a handful of motets and 22 chansons. His best music can be found in the Masses, many of which are preserved in the 'Chigi Codex', a lavishly ornate manuscript in the Vatican Library.
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