Jacobus Vaet

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Aliases: Jacobus van Vaet; Jacobus Vaed


Born: c. 1529

Died: 8 January 1567 in Vienna

Biography Vaet's age is given as 13 in the 1543 record of his admittance as a choirboy at the Onze Lieve Vrouwkerk in Kortrijk. By 1550 he was a tenor in the chapel of Charles V, and by 1554 was Kapellmeister to Archduke Maximilian, whom he continued to serve when the latter became Emperor Maximilian II in 1564.

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See also Defunctum Charites (Jacob Regnart)

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  • Modulationes liber primus, 5vv (Venice, 1562)
  • Modulationes liber secundus, 5–6vv (Venice, 1562)

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