John Dunstable

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English composer John Dunstable (ca. 1390-1453) was a major transitory figure between the medieval and Renaissance.
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Quam pulcra es, antiphon for 3 voices, MB 44 1410 Choral Vocal Music
Veni Sancte Spiritus, isorhythmic motet for 4 voices, MB 32 1410 Choral
O rosa bella, ballata for 3-6 voices, MB 54 (poss. by Bedyngham) 1410 Vocal Music
Work(s) 1410 Choral
Preco preheminencie, isorhythmic motet for 4 voices, MB 29 1410 Choral
Speciosa facta es, antiphon for 3 voices, MB 50 (probably by Binchois) 1410 Choral Vocal Music
Salve Regina misericordie, antiphon for 3 voices, MB 46 (probably by Binchois) 1410 Choral
Puisque m'amor, rondeau for 3 voices, MB 55 (many versions) 1410 Choral
Sub tuam protectionem, antiphon for 3 voices, MB 51 (many versions; probably by Binchois) 1410 Choral
Sancta Maria, non est tibi similis, respond & antiphon for 3 voices, MB 48 (probably by Binchois) 1410 Choral Vocal Music
Beata mater, antiphon for 3 voices, MB 60 (also attrib. to Power) 1410 Choral
Salve scema sanctitatis, isorhythmic motet for 4 voices, MB 30 1410 Choral Vocal Music
Beata Dei genitrix, antiphon for 3 voices, MB 42 (also attrib. to Binchois) 1410 Choral
Gaude virgo salutata, isorhythmic motet for 4 voices, MB 28 1410 Choral
Mass (Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Sanctus) on "Da gaudiorum premia", isorhythmic setting for 3 voices, MB 69, 72, 17, 18 (Sanctus spur?) 1410 Choral
O crux gloriosa, antiphon for 3 voices, MB 53 1410 Choral
Alma redemptoris, antiphon for 3 voices, MB 40 (also attrib. to Power) 1410 Choral
Kyrie, for 3 voices, MB 1 1410 Choral
Gloria, in canon (some accompanying voices lacking; discovered in 1996) 1410 Choral
Je languis en piteux martire, ballade for 3 voices (poss. spurious; poss. by Dufay) 1410 Choral
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