(fl. late 15th Century)
Franco-Flemish composer, a contemporary of Ockeghem and Busnois. He may have spent at least part of his life in Cambrai, and been a pupil of Dufay. He was highly esteemed by Tinctoris, and composed several Masses and some twenty chansons in an up-to-date style. Hélas, que pourra devenirwas extremely well known all over Europe, and survives in almost twenty manuscripts.