Bartolomeo da Bologna
(fl. late 14th - early 15th C)
Italian composer and Benedictine Abbot. His surviving compositions consist of two ballate,one rondeau, two secular Latin pieces, and two Mass movements; the Mass movements are based on his ballate and show a pioneering use of parody technique. His music shows the influence of the rhythmically straightforward, melodious Franco-Flemish style of the early fifteenth century.
IIID: The Netherlanders to Ockeghem
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