Johannes Tinctoris

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Johannes Tinctoris gave Brain l'Alleud as his birthplace when he registered at the German Nation of Orleans University, which he entered on April 1, 1463. The name he used may have been a Latinized version…
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
De tous biens playne, for 2 voices 01:23 Vocal Music
Lamentationes Jeremiae 11:25
Vostre regart 05:09 Vocal Music
Hélas le bon temps, for 3 voices 02:10 Vocal Music
Virgo Dei throno digna, for chorus 01:53 Choral
Tout a par moy, for 3 voices 02:54 Choral
Missa "Cunctorum plasmator summus" (Missa "L'homme armé") for 4 voices 36:05 Choral
O invida fortuna, canzona for 5 voices 08:39 Vocal Music
Le Souvenir 01:19 Vocal Music
Fecit potentiam, for chorus 01:01 Choral
D'un autre amer, arrangement for 2 instruments (after Ockeghem's rondeau) 01:31 Chamber Music
Beatissima Beatrix, for chorus 01:27 Choral
Missa sine nomine, for 3 voices No. 1 34:13 Choral
Elaes Abrayam, for 3 voices 02:16 Choral
Aleluya for 3 voices 01:33 Choral
O virgo miserere mei, for chorus 02:25 Choral
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