Kyrie ; Gloria ; Credo ; Sanctus ; Benedictus ; Agnus Dei
Joseph Jongen was born in Liege, Belgium. and studied at the Liege Conservatoire. In 1897, he won the prestigious Grande Prix de Rome which allowed him to travel to Italy, Germany and France. In 1902, he returned to his native land, and in the following year he was named a professor of harmony and counterpoint at the Conservatoire. With the outbreak of World War I, he and his family moved to England where he founded a piano quartet. When peace returned, he came back to Belgium and from 1925 until 1929, he served as director of the Royal Conservatoire in Brussels.