Reginald Libert

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Alias: Reginaldus Liebert


Born: (fl. c. 1425–1435)



Reginald Libert was a French composer of the early Renaissance. He was a minor member of the Burgundian School, a contemporary of Guillaume Dufay, and one of the first to use fauxbourdon in a mass setting.

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