Petrus de Domarto

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Life

Born: fl. c. 1445 - c. 1462

Died:

Biography Little is known of Domarto's life, although music theorist and composer Johannes Tinctoris described Domarto, along with composer Jean Cousin, as "non parvae auctoritatis" (of no small authority). In the 1470s, Tinctoris apparently singled out Domarto as his "whipping boy" for committing composition "errors" in the 1450s according to composition theory that may have influenced other composers decades after, such as Antoine Busnois, Johannes Ockeghem and Johannes Regis. He wrote one of the earliest unified mass cycles in continental Europe

View the Wikipedia article on Petrus de Domarto.

List of choral works

Sacred

  • Missa quinti toni irregularis a 3 (written by 1458)
  • Missa Spiritus almus a 4 (written c.1462)

Secular

  • Je vis tous jours
  • Cheluy qui est tant plain de deul



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