Marc Mauillon (tenor); Vivabiancaluna Biffi (hurdy-gurdy); Pierre Hamon (flutes, bagpipes & conductor)
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Guillaume de Machaut was the most accomplished and versatile composer of the 14th century.A member of the household of King John of Bohemia from 1323, Machaut later became a canon of Reims, where he resided from 1340 until his death. His four-part Messe de Notre Dame is the earliest known polyphonic setting of the mass by a single composer. His musical works include 19 lays, 42 ballades, 21 rondeaux and 33 virelais. First recording of Loyauté... Machaut’s first lay, in its entirety.
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