Prepositus Brixiensis

Prepositus Brixiensis, i.e. the "Provost of Brescia", (fl. 1430) was a late medieval Italian composer and singer at Padua Cathedral.[1][2]

Works and recordings

Only four ballate and one rondeau survive:


  1. Hans Schoop - article in the New Grove
  2. Stanley Boorman Studies in the Performance of Late Medieval Music 2008 p224 "Prepositus Brixiensis is listed at the cathedral as a singer in 1423, 1424 and 1425;"
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