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Petrus de Domarto's Missa Spiritus almus and the early history of the four-voice mass in the fifteenth century*

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  05 December 2008

Rob C. Wegman
Affiliation:
University of Amsterdam

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In 1449, the records of the church of Our Lady at Antwerp mention a new singer, Petrus de Domaro (see Figure 1). He does not reappear in the accounts of 1450, and those of the subsequent years are all lost. Musical sources and treatises from the 1460s to 80s call him, with remarkable consistency, P[etrus] de Domarto, and reveal that he was an internationally famous composer in the third quarter of the fifteenth century.

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