Guillaume de Morlaye

(c.1515 - after 1560)

French lutenist. Said to have engaged in the slave trade, he was a pupil of Albert de Rippe , whose music he published with his own in six volumes between 1553 and 1558. He also published dances and his own arrangements for voice and lute of Certon 's psalm-settings; he wrote for guitar as well as lute.

A Partial Guillaume de Morlaye Discography  |  IV E: 16th Century Music for Organ and Lute  |  IVI: The French Chanson