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Berchem, Jacquet delocked

  • George Nugent

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(b Berchem-lez-Anvers, c1505; d Monopoli, before March 2, 1567). South Netherlandish composer, active in Italy. Prominent in the early development of the 16th-century madrigal, he is often confused with his like-named contemporaries Jacquet of Mantua, Jacques Buus and Jacques Brunel. Nothing is known of his early years. By the 1530s he was in Venice, probably as a protégé of Willaert. Most of his music was published there from ...

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