Guillaume Dufay was a Franco-Flemish composer who bridged the Medieval and Renaissance periods. Born around 1400, he died in 1474. His polyphonic music was carried throughout much of Europe during and after his life.
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Classical Net: Basic Repertoire List: Dufay
Brief biography and discography.
Biography, major works, and links to bibliographic materials, discography, and purchases from Dr. Estrella's Incredibly Abridged Dictionary of Composers.
Dufay, Guillaume (1397 - 1474), Belgium/France
Biographical data, recommended CDs, books and sheet music, bibliography, and links to biographical essays.
Frederick Bashour, Alejandro Planchart, and Guillaume Dufay
Program notes, including libretti for several masses, from Lyrichord.
Burial place and biographical sketch from Find A Grave. Includes interactive memorial comments.
Biography, extensive discography (Medieval.org)
Biographical sketch showing the spread of his music and the influence it exerted from the Here Of A Sunday Morning radio program.
Outline of his life and works including developments and innovations that moved him from a Medieval to a Renaissance style. Also links to related Renaissance topics.
Details of his life and music from Musicalics includes portrait set with Binchois and links.
Guillaume Dufay (1400-1474)
Brief biographical sketch, comments on religious and secular music, caricature, and Naxos discography.
Guillaume Dufay (c1400-1474)
Latin text for his setting of the Ave Regina Coelorum from the REC Music Foundation.
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