Matheus composed in the genre of sacred and secular music including motets, ballades, and rondeaux. He was through the Diocese of Morinum and offered in the courtroom of Louis I of Anjou. While in Avignon he constructed a ballade on Pope Clement VII that was in tight form, taken care of a ballanced tempo and was have scored for three voices. Matheus was perhaps a vocalist who also offered in the courtroom from the Duke of Orleans. Just the very best voices of his tracks contained text messages and his rhythmic notations had been more technical than a few of his contemporaries, especially in his three and four component compositions.