Pierre Clereau

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Alias: Pierre Cléreau – "Pierre Clereau" in Phalesius


Born: fl. 1539-1567

Died: before 1570

Biography Clereau's first chansons appeared in print in 1539. The 1554 title pages call him choirmaster at Toul.

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List of choral works

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  • Missae quatuor, 4vv (Paris, 1554)
  • Missae pro mortuis, cum duobus motetis, 4vv (Paris, 1554)
  • Missa, 4vv, ad imitationem missae Virginis Mariae condita (Paris, 1557) — questionable attribution to Clereau: more confidently attributed to Pierre de Manchicourt
  • Premier livre de chansons tant françoises [23] qu’italiennes [5], 3vv (Paris, 1559, 1566 as Premier livre d’odes de Ronsard, expanded 1575 as Les odes de Pierre de Ronsard)
  • Dixiesme livre de chansons tant françoises [16] qu’italiennes [4] (Paris, 1559)
  • Cantiques spirituels, 4vv (Paris, 1567)

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