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  1. Guillaume Dufay (most probably 1397 - 1474) was an early renaissance composer, and the first of many polyphonic masters from the Low Countries…

  2. Johannes Ockeghem (c. 1410, Saint-Ghislain, Belgium – 6 February 1497, Tours, France) was the leading composer of the second generation of the…

  3. William Byrd (1540 or late 1539 –1623) was one of the most celebrated English composers in the Renaissance.

    He lived until well into the…

  4. Tomás Luis de Victoria (1548 – August 20, 1611) was a Spanish composer of the late Renaissance. He was the most famous composer of the 16th…

  5. Thomas Tallis (c 1505 – 23 November 1585) was an English composer. Tallis flourished as a church musician during the often stormy sixteenth…

  6. Founded by Marcel Pérès in 1982 at the Abbey of Senanque, and established at the Foundation Royaumont near Paris since 1984, Ensemble Organum…

  7. Orlando Gibbons (1583-1625), English composer and organist of the late Tudor and early Jacobean periods, a leading composer in the England of his…

  8. Josquin des Prez (French pronunciation: ; c. 1450/1455 – 27 August 1521), often referred to simply as Josquin, was a Franco-Flemish composer of…

  9. Guillaume de Machaut, sometimes spelt Machault (c.1300–1377), was an important mediaeval French poet and composer.

    Guilllaume de Machaut was "the…

  10. John Dowland (1563–1626) was an English, possibly Irish-born, composer, singer, and lutenist.

    Very little is known of Dowland's early life, but it is…

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