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Following this moment comes "coelestia, terrestria...," while the vocalists join in climbing melodic lines and dense syncopation of rhythms in an attempt to evoke Mary's filling of heaven and earth.
Its revolutionary open style featuring early imitative counterpoint and two-voice parts has added to its acclaim as one of the most influential compositions of its era.
Several modern theorists have applied the concept of syntactic imitation to describe the lucid relationship between the text and Josquin's musical setting.
It is regarded as Josquin's most famous motet and one of the most famous pieces of the 15th century.
The piece rose to extreme popularity in the 16th century, even appearing at the head of the first volume of motets ever printed.
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