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According to The New Penguin Dictionary of Music, Guillaume Dufay was a Franco-Flemish composer, also singer - in Papal choir in Rome, 1428-37; also canon of the Church. in 1440s, in service to the court in Burgundy. noted teacher, e.g. of Ockeghem. Works include Masses (one on "L'homm armé"), other church music (some with accompanying instruments), and chansons.
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Dufay, Guillaume (c. 1400 - 1474) , biography and works by naxos.com.
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Recorder Music CDs:
David Munrow Ensemble on "The Art of the Recorder"
Flautando Köln on "Musica Hispanica" CD(s) & MP3 Album(s)
Clas Pehrsson on "Artistry of Clas Pehrsson"
Clas Pehrsson on "The Artistry of Clas Pehrsson"
Michael Posch on "Dufay: Chansons" CD(s) & MP3 Album(s)
Michael Posch on "On the Way to Bethlehem (Music of the Medieval Pilgrim)" CD(s) & MP3 Album(s)
Conrad Steinmann on "Cantio triplex"
American Recorder Orchestra of the West on "A Medieval Pilgrimage"