Albertus Parisiensis

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Born: fl. 1146

Died: 1177


Albertus Parisiensis, also known as Albert of Paris, was a French cantor and composer. He is credited with creating the first known piece of European music for three voices.

View the Wikipedia article on Albertus Parisiensis.

List of choral works


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