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About Franco-flemish school

The designation Franco-Flemish School (Ammer 2004; Broekema 1978, 273; Chase 2003, 13; D'Epiro and Pinkowish 2001, 253–54; Gillespie 1965, 27; Gleeson and Becker 1988, 106–11; Karp 2007; Lundberg 2012, 59; Porter 1986, 190; Wright and Fallows 2001), also called Netherlandish School, Burgundian School, Low Countries School, Flemish School, Dutch School, or Northern School, refers, somewhat imprecisely, to the style of polyphonic vocal music composition originating from the Burgundian Netherlands in the 15th and 16th centuries as well as to the composers who wrote it. The spread of their technique, especially after the revolutionary development of printing, produced the first true international style since the unification of Gregorian chant in the 9th century. Franco-Flemish composers mainly wrote sacred music, primarily masses, motets, and hymns.


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