Aliases: Nicolaus Craen; Nicholas Craen
Born: c. 1445, Brugge?
Died: March 29, 1507
Only three or four pieces by this composer are believed to survive; these pieces may have been written for instruments. Craen served as Singing master at the Confraternity of the Illustrious Brotherhood of Our Blessed Lady in 's-Hertogenbosch, of which Hieronymus Bosch was also a member.
List of choral works
- Diva palestina
- Ecce video celos apertos a 3
- Mins lefkins pruijn oghen a 4
- Sancta Trinitas unus Deus a 4, attr. uncertain--attributed to Antoine de Févin in Royal 8 G. vii
- Salve Regina
- Tota pulchra es a 4, from the Capirola Lutebook
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- Saul B. Groen, The Early Renaissance 1420-1490, Secular Music
- Saul B. Groen, The Early Renaissance 1420-1490, Sacred Music
- Tota Pulchra Es, from the Capirola Lutebook, appears here in lute tablature, and has been recorded arranged for voices by The Binchois Consort