"Franco-Flemish composers" is the term used for composers between about 1430 and 1600 who came from the "Low Countries". These are the areas which are now northern France, Netherlands, Belgium, and northwestern Germany. There may be some overlapping (for example, Josquin Desprez is arguably a French composer, since he was probably born in modern-day France, but music histories invariably tag him as Franco-Flemish).
Pages in category "Franco-Flemish composers"
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