Reginaldus Liebert (Libert)

(early fifteenth century)

Franco-Flemish composer, who may have been choirmaster at Cambrai cathedral in 1424. His most important work is a Lady-Mass for the period between the Purification and Easter, which includes Proper as well as Ordinary and in some movements sets the correct plainsong in the top part in a decorated style. He also wrote two chansons, including the melancholy Mourir me voy.

IIID: The Netherlanders to Ockeghem