Johannes Tinctoris

Johannes Tinctoris

Johannes Tinctoris (c. 1435 – 1511) was a Flemish composer and music theorist of the Renaissance. He is known to have studied in Orleans, and to have been master of the choir there; he also may have been director of choirboys at Chartres. Because he was paid through the office of petites vicars at Cambrai Cathedral for four months in 1460, it has been speculated that he studied with Dufay, who spent the last part of his life there; certainly Tinctoris must at least have known the elder Burgundian there. Tinctoris went to Naples in c. 1472 and spent most of the rest of his life in Italy.


Johannes Tinctoris Discography


DF 730.020 Johannes Tinctoris, Ensemble Vocal Roger Blanchard Johannes Tinctoris, Ensemble Vocal Roger Blanchard - Missa Trium Vocum(LP, Mono) Pathé DF 730.020 France Unknown Sell This Version
H-71048 Johannes Tinctoris Missa Trium Vocum (Mass For Three Voices)(LP, Album) Nonesuch H-71048 US Unknown Sell This Version