Josquin Baston (ca. 1515 - ca. 1576) was a Dutch contrapuntist of the first half of the sixteenth century. A number of his pieces were published in Salblinger's Concentus (1545), and in the "Leuven Collection" (1554).
Burney praises his compositions for their ease, rhythm, and melody, as well as for a distinct marking of the tune in which they are to be played.
|1||Naelden, naelden||189 listeners|
|2||Een gilde heeft syn deerne||116 listeners|
|3||Ung souvenir me conforte||11 listeners|
|4||Le bon espoir (arr. R. Andrico and D. Stewart)||6 listeners|
|5||Lecker Beetgen En Cleyn Bier||5 listeners|
|6||Needles, needles||4 listeners|
|7||Baston: Naelden, Naelden||3 listeners|
|8||Baston: Een Gilde Heeft Syn Deerne||3 listeners|
|9||Het tweetste musyck boexken: Naelden, naelden||2 listeners|
|10||A Guild has its wench||2 listeners|