Aliases: Cornelis Canis; Cornelius Canisius; Cornilis de Hondt; Cornelis d'Hondt
Born: about 1506
Cornelius Canis was a Renaissance composer associated with the Imperial Chapel of Charles V. He succeeded Thomas Crecquillon as maître de chapelle in 1545, and was in turn succeeded by Nicolas Payen in 1556. Canis is a Latinisation of the Flemish name d'Hondt.
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List of choral works
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Canis was featured in the following anthologies:
- Cantiones selectissimae liber primus (ed. Sigmund Salminger) (Augsburg: Ulhart, 1548)
- Motetti del laberinto libro terzo (ed. Girolamo Scotto) (Venice: Scotto, 1554)
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