(fl. late 14th C)

French composer. He may have been connected with Avignon, but did not adopt the rhythmically very complex style of the other Avignon composers of the period; the style of his three ballades, one rondeau and one virelai recalls Machaut. His best known work, A l'arme a l'arme,uses fanfare-like motifs to illustrate the warlike imagery of its text.

A Partial Grimace Discography  |  II. The Central Middle Ages | IID: The Ars Nova In France  | IIIF : Codex Chantilly and L'Ars Subtilior