This Netherlands author of secular and sacred music served at Antwerp Cathedral being a singer and was an associate from the papal choir at least between 1453 and 1459. Between 1459 and 1463 he sang in the Burgundian courtroom chapel before time for Antwerp where he continued to be until his loss of life with exceptional journeys to Rome. Of his compositions many can be found in fifteenth hundred years resources. A mass is definitely full but oddly offers two completely different Credos. It really is very clear that Pullois was incomplete to styles having a dominating higher tone of voice. The secular compositions of Pullois had been most often obtained in tempus imperfectum as the sacred items were frequently in triple meter. Transcriptions for just two of Pullois’ compositions come in the Buxheim Organbook.