The last of the three renaissance composers who, at the very least, deserve their own thread (Josquin and Byrd have been fixed). Here it is:
I am only aware of his probably two most famous works- Spem in Alium and the Lamentations of Jeremiah and both are superb. What do you think of this composer? What other works of his are you familiar with? I would be really interested to know.
Here are full performances of the two works:
Spem in Alium
Lamentations of Jeremiah