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Johannes Regis

Registered as providing Cambrai Cathedral, Notre Dame in Antwerp and Soignies, Regis was Dufay’s secretary at Cambrai for at least a decade. In musical importance, Regis was regarded as together with Ockeghem. He utilized both tempus perfectum and tempus imperfectum efficiently in his compositions though he was sometimes criticized because …

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Robert Morton

Being a priest, both cleric and chaplain, Morton served in the Burgundian courtroom form 1457 until 1476. The just mention of his being British was to get a payment to him for the buy of clothing. It referred to him as an “angle chaplain”. Through the reign of Philip the …

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