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  1. Léonin (also Leoninus, Leonius, Leo) (fl. 1150s — d. ? 1201) is the first known significant composer of polyphonic organum. He was probably French,…

  2. Adam de la Halle (also known as Adam le Bossu (Adam the Hunchback) 1237?-1288) was a French-born trouvère, poet and musician, who broke with the…

  3. Lorenzo da Firenze (Magister Laurentius de Florentia, Masini) (d. December 1372 or January 1373) was an Italian composer and music teacher of the…

  4. Walther von der Vogelweide lived from 1170 to 1230. Belonging to the lower ranks of the nobility known as the ministerialis (etymological source of…

  5. Blondel de Nesle - either Jean I of Nesle (c. 1155 – 1202) or his son Jean II of Nesle (d. 1241) - was a French trouvère.

    The name 'Blondel de Nesle'…

  6. Francesco Landini or Landino (around 1325 – September 2, 1397) was an Italian composer, organist, singer, poet and instrument maker. He was one of…

  7. Marcabru (fl. 1130-1150) is one of the earliest troubadours whose poems are known. There is no certain information about him; the two vidas…

  8. Petrus de Cruce (Pierre de la Croix) was active as a cleric, composer and theorist in the late part of the 13th century. His main contribution was…

  9. Baude Cordier (*ca. 1380 in Rheims, died before 1440) was a French Medieval composer from Rheims.

    He has ten secular pieces, most of which are…

  10. Johannes Ciconia (c. 1335 or c. 1370–1412) was a late mediaeval composer and music theorist. He has possibly been conflated with his father of the…

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