Lupus [Wulfaert] Hellinck

(ca. 1496-1 - 1541)

Composer. Choirboy at St. Donatian, Bruges, 1506-11; verger, then cleric and singer there, 1513-15 and 1519-21; choirmaster at Notre Dame, Bruges, 1521 -23; choirmaster at St. Donatian, 1523 to his death. He wrote under a half dozen French chansons and fewer Flemish songs. The rest of his works are sacred: eleven German chorales, about fifteen motets, and, his most important compositions, thirteen parody Masses.

IVA: The Netherlanders from Josquin des Pres | IVI: The French Chanson