Arts Music Composition Composers M Machaut, Guillaume de
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Medieval French composer Guillaume de Machaut (1300-1377) was probably educated in Reims, and served various members of the French high nobility. He is known for his motets and songs, and was an important figure of the French Ars Nova.

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International Machaut Society
Research into and performance of works by Machaut: group and contact information; links.
Classical Archives: Guillaume de Machaut
Biography with audio files in MIDI format.
Guillaume de Machaut
Biography, Lyrics (French or Latin), Discography.
Guillaume de Machaut
Detailed biography, links, and recommended recordings from the Classical Net Basic Repertoire List.
Guillaume de Machaut
Biography, related composers, external links, discography, and internal links to facsimiles and additional period material from the Here Of A Sunday Morning radio program.
Guillaume de Machaut
Summary list of works, biography, and group portrait from Musicalics.
Guillaume de Machaut: The Flower Among Flowers
Biography, timeline, quotes and key works, and recommended readings and recordings from Humanities Web.
Machaut and the French Ars Nova
Article by Hope Greenberg.
Machaut, Guillaume de (c. 1300 - 1377), France
Biographical data, recommended CDs, books and sheet music, bibliography, and links to biographical essays.
The Tradition of Courtly Love Expressed in the Poetry and Music of Guillaume de Machaut
Article by Elizabeth G. Melillo studying the genre and his place among its greats. Includes embedded MIDI audio and links.

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