Josquin is one of my favourite composers - I'll snap up just about any recording I can get my hands on, and did so with this re-release of the Westminster Cathedral Choir's Missa "Pange Lingua" and motets.
It's not clear just how many voices per part are employed in these performances, but it is clearly quite a significant number. I'm really not so keen on these "massed choir" approaches, and I also have a preference for adult choirs rather than the use of trebles as is presumably the case here. It's a bit of a let down compared to most of the Josquin recordings I have.
For the Missa "Pange Lingua" specifically, there are several good recordings, for example:
As part of a double disc set - Tallis Scholars Sing Josquin
With plainchant Propers for a complete mass - Josquin Desprez: Missa Pange lingua - Ensemble Clément Janequin / Ensemble Organum / Pérès
Along with some motets - Missa Pange Lingua
The "Vultum tuum deprecabuntur" motet cycle has probably been done best by the Orlando Consort on their stunning disc Josquin Desprez - Motets