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Oct 21 2010
1 Guillaume Dufay (1397–1474), also Du Fay 617
2 John Dunstaple (c. 1390–1453), native to England 256
3 John IV of Portugal (1603–1656) 243
4 Gilles Binchois (c. 1400–1460), or Gilles de Bins 197
5 Antoine Busnois (c. 1430–1492) 101
6 Jacobus Gallus (1550–1591) Slovenian. Also known as Jacob Handl. Active in Moravia and Bohemia 70
7 Arnold de Lantins (fl. 1423–1432) 40
8 Ludwig Senfl (c. 1486–1543) Swiss. Active in Germany 40
9 Manuel Cardoso (1566–1650) 36
10 Manuel Rodrigues Coelho (c. 1555 – c. 1635) 29
11 Nicolas Grenon (c. 1375–1456) 28
12 Pedro de Escobar (c. 1465–after 1535) 28
13 Duarte Lobo (c. 1565–1647) 28
14 Hayne van Ghizeghem (c. 1445–after 1476) 26
15 Robert Morton (c. 1430–1479) 23
16 Adrien Basin (fl. 1457–1476; died after 1498) 23
17 Robert Carver (c. 1484/1487–c. 1570) Scottish. Wrote a mass on L'Homme armé (the only known by a British composer) and a nineteen part O bone jesu 20
18 Gilles Joye (c. 1424/1425–1483) 19
19 Johannes Tapissier (c. 1370–before 1410), also known as Jean de Noyers 19
20 Pedro de Cristo (c. 1550–1618) 18
21 Gaspar Fernandes (1566–1629) 18
22 Paul Hofhaimer (1459–1537) Austrian 17
23 Diomedes Cato (before 1570 – c. 1603) 17
24 Pierre Fontaine (c. 1380–c. 1450) 16
25 Jacobus Vide (fl. 1405?–1433) 15
26 Hugo de Lantins (fl. c. 1420–1430) 15
27 Vicente Lusitano (fl. 1550–1561) 15
28 Sebastian Herburt (c. 1490–1543) Same as Sebastian z Felsztyna (c. 1490 – after 1543) ? 14
29 Jakub Polak (c. 1545–1605) Also known as Jacob Polonais, Jakub Reys, Jacques le Polonois and Jacob de Reis. Active in France 14
30 Johannes Brassart (c. 1400/1405–1455) 14
31 Jan z Lublina (late 15th century – 1540) 13
32 Cyprian Bazylik (c. 1535–c. 1600) 13
33 Simon Bar Jona Madelka (c. 1530-1550 - c. 1598) 12
34 Jean Cousin (b. before 1425, d. after 1475) 12
35 Krzysztof Klabon (c. 1550 – after 1616) 11
36 Reginaldus Libert (fl. c. 1425–1435) 11
37 Johannes Legrant (fl. c. 1420–1440) 9
38 Nicolaus Cracoviensis (16th cent.) 8
39 Heliodoro de Paiva (c. 1500–1552) 8
40 Manuel Mendes (c. 1547–1605) 8
41 Guillaume Le Rouge (fl. 1450–1465) 8
42 David Peebles (fl. c. 1530–1579) Scottish 6
43 Fridolin Sicher (1490–1546) Swiss 6
44 Guillaume Legrant (fl. 1405–1449), also known as Lemarcherier 5
45 Mogens Pedersøn (c. 1583–1623) Danish < 5
46 Jan Simonides Montanus (? - 1587) - active in Kutná Hora < 5
47 Mikołaj Gomółka (c. 1535 – c. 1609) < 5
48 Jean Courtois (fl. 1530–1545) Flemish or French, active at Cambrai < 5
49 John Lloyd (c. 1480–1523) Welsh. Also spelt Lloidd, Floyd. Active in England. Works include the complex Mass on O quam suavis < 5
50 Bálint Bakfark (1507–1576) Hungarian < 5
51 Ivan Lukačić (1584?–1648) Croatian < 5
52 Pavel Spongopaeus Jistebnický (c. 1550 - 1619) < 5
53 Wacław z Szamotuł (c. 1520 – c. 1560) < 5
54 Jan Trojan Turnovský (c. 1550 - 1606) < 5
55 Ondřej Chrysoponus Jevíčský (?) < 5
56 Estêvão de Brito (1575–1641) < 5
57 Robert Douglas (early 16th cent.) Scottish. Works ascribed to him in the Christchurch partbooks, are in fact by Orlande de Lassus < 5
58 Tomasz Szadek (c. 1550 – after 1611) < 5
59 Jiří Rychnovský (before 1550 - 1616) < 5
60 Manuel da Fonseca (fl.c. 1540) < 5
61 Mikołaj z Chrzanowa (1485–1555) < 5
62 John Angus (c. 1515–1596) Scottish < 5
63 Krzysztof Borek (? – 1573) < 5
64 António Carreira (c. 1515 to 1530 – c. 1590 to 1597) < 5
65 Wojciech Długoraj (c. 1557 – after 1619) < 5
66 Lupus (c. 1495 – after 1530) Possibly a Franco-Flemish composer, whose music has survived in the Medici Codex: stylistically distinct from Lupus Hellinck who otherwise would be identified as this composer < 5
67 Philip ap Rhys (fl. 1545–1560) Probably Welsh. Also spelt Ryce < 5
68 Robert Johnson (c. 1470 – after 1554) Scottish. Active in England and Scotland < 5
69 Jerzy Liban z Legnicy (1464 – after 1546) < 5
70 Petrus de Drusina (c. 1560–1611) < 5
71 Sebestyén Tinódi, "Lantos" (c. 1505/1510–1556) Hungarian < 5
72 Teodora Ginés (c. 1530 – after 1598) Not to be confused with the later Cuban singer and former slave of the same name < 5
73 Filipe de Magalhães (1571–1652) < 5
74 Mikołaj z Krakowa (first half of 16th century) < 5
75 Marcin Wartecki (second half of 16th century) < 5
76 William Kinloch (16th – 17th cent.) Scottish. Five keyboard pieces (and possibly others) in the National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh; there is also a Pavan and Galliard by 'Kinloughe' in a British Museum MS < 5
77 Sebastian z Felsztyna (c. 1490–1543) < 5
78 Marcin Leopolita (c. 1540 – c. 1584) Also known as Marcin ze Lwowa < 5
79 Kryštof Harant z Polžic a Bezdružic (1564–1621) < 5

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