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Group of 15th-century French composers, most of whom were associated with courts of various dukes of Burgundy. They are best known for their three-part chansons in rondeau form (seeformes fixes), usually with text only in the highest partperhaps implying a solo voice accompanied by instruments, written in full triadic harmony. The most important Burgundian composers were Guillaume Dufay, Gilles Binchois (c. 1400–60), and Antoine Busnois (c. 1430–92).
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