1450 ca1515 ca
a Netherlandish composer, choir director, and possibly wind instrument player of the Renaissance. His style was wide-ranging; he wrote in almost all of the vocal forms current in his day: masses, motets, secular songs in all the local languages. No instrumental music has survived. In mood his music ranged from light secular songs to sombre motets related to those of Pierre de La Rue, an almost exact contemporary.
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