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|1. Guillaume Dufay, The Dufay Collective: - ZoomInfo Business Information |
Dufay, Guillaume Cappella Romana Dufay, Guillaume The Montana Standard Dufay, John Albuquerque Public Schools Dufay, Jon
|2. Guillaume Dufay, Cappella Romana: - ZoomInfo Business Information |
Dufay, Guillaume The Dufay Collective Dufay, Guillaume The Montana Standard Dufay, John Albuquerque Public Schools
|3. Answers.com - Does Dufay Guillaume Have A Family |
Can you answer this question? Answer it or get updates discuss research share Facebook Twitter Search Related answers He and his family or him and his family ? He and his
|4. Guillaume Dufay - A Discography |
Biography, extensive discography (Medieval.org)
|5. HOASM: Guillaume Dufay |
Biographical sketch showing the spread of his music and the influence it exerted from the Here Of A Sunday Morning radio program.
|6. Guillaume Dufay | Classical Composers Database |
Details of his life and music from the Classical Composers Database includes portrait set with Binchois and links.
|7. Guillaume Dufay - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia |
Guillaume Dufay (Du Fay, Du Fayt) (August 5, 1397? – November 27, 1474) was a FrancoFlemish composer of the early Renaissance. As the central figure in the Burgundian School, he
|8. Lyrichord Discs Inc. World Music CDs DVDs, Early Music CDs, Traditional World Mu |
Program notes, including libretti for several masses, from Lyrichord.
|9. Dufay, Guillaume - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Dufay |
Dufay, Guillaume (c. 1400–1474) Flemish composer. He wrote secular songs and sacred music, including 84 songs and 8 masses. His work marks a transition from the style of the Middle
|10. Dufay, Guillaume (1397-1474) |
Oxford University Press USA publishes scholarly works in all academic disciplines, bibles, music, children's books, business books, dictionaries, reference books, journals, text
|11. Vasilissa Ergo Gaude - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia |
Vasilissa ergo gaude ( Therefore rejoice, princess ) is an isorhythmic motet by the Renaissance composer Guillaume Dufay. In terms of its subject matter, it is sometimes grouped
|12. Classical Net - Basic Repertoire List - Dufay |
Brief biography and discography.
|13. Dufay, Guillaume Definition Of Dufay, Guillaume In The Free Online Encyclopedia. |
Dufay, Guillaume (gēyōm` d fā`), c.1400–1474, principal composer at the Burgundian court. After his early training in the cathedral choir at Cambrai, he sang in the papal
|14. Dufay, Guillaume From Medieval France | BookRags.com |
Dufay, Guillaume from Medieval France. Dufay, Guillaume summary with 5 pages of research material.
|15. Guillaume Dufay Biography. Listen To Classical Music By Guillaume Dufay |
DUFAY, GUILLAUME BIOGRAPHY (1397 1474) Generally regarded as the leading composer of his time, Guillaume Dufay was born in Cambrai at the beginning of the 15th century.
|16. Dufay, Guillaume - Official Artist Page On ILike - Free Music, Pictures, Videos |
iLike is a leading social music service that provides the most popular music app across social networks. With over 50 million users, iLike helps you share music recommendations
|17. Medieval Era - Composers |
The Medieval Era Composers Dufay, Guillaume (14001474) Guillaume Dufay composed music from the late Medieval era into the early Renaissance.
|18. Michael Harris- Albums, Pictures – Naxos Classical Music. |
Brief biographical sketch, comments on religious and secular music, caricature, and Naxos discography.
|19. Dufay, Guillaume - Definition Of Dufay, Guillaume By The Free Online Dictionary, |
Du fay (df, d -), Guillaume 1400?-1474. Flemish composer regarded as the first great composer of the Renaissance. He is particularly known for his Mass compositions.
|20. YouTube - Dufay, Guillaume - Adieu Ces Bons Vins De Lannoys |
Rondeau (c. 1426) performed by the Gothic Voices (Dir, Christopher Page).
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