Josquin des Prés

[zhuhs-kan duh prey; French zhaws-kan dey prey] /ˈʒʌs kæn də ˈpreɪ; French ʒɔs kɛ̃ deɪ ˈpreɪ/

[duh prey; French dey prey] /də ˈpreɪ; French deɪ ˈpreɪ/
[zhuhs-kan;; French zhaws-kan] /ˈʒʌs kæn;; French ʒɔsˈkɛ̃/ (Show IPA), c1445–1521, Flemish composer.
/French ʒɔskɛ̃ de pre/
See des Prés
/French de pre/
Josquin (ʒɔskɛ̃). ?1450–1521, Flemish Renaissance composer of masses, motets, and chansons


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