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Lists of classical music
composers by era
Medieval (476 – 1400)
Renaissance (1400 – 1600)
Baroque (1600 – 1760)
Classical era (1730 – 1820)
Romantic era (1815 – 1910)
20th century (1900 – 2000)
21st century (since 2000)

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Composers whose names are italicised have no known surviving music, although in some cases texts to songs attributed to them survive without music.

Early Medieval Composers (born before 1150)

Name Born Died Nationality
Khosrovidukht 8th century 8th century Armenian
Sahakduxt 8th century 8th century Armenian
Kassia 805-810 867 Byzantine
Notker the Stammerer c. 840 912 French
Hucbald 840-850 20th June 930 French
Saint Tuotilo c. 850 c. 915 Irish
Odo of Cluny c. 878 18th November 942 French
Odo of Arezzo 10th century 11th century Italian
Hermann of Reichenau 18th July 1013 24th September 1054 German
Adam of St. Victor 11th century 1146 French
Saint Godric c. 1065 21st May 1170 English
William IX, Duke of Aquitaine 22nd October 1071 10th February 1126 French
Peter Abelard 1079 21st April 1142 French
Hildegard of Bingen 1098 17th September 1179 German
Marcabru c. 1100 12th century French
Bernard de Cluny 12th century 12th century French
Jaufre Rudel 12th century aft. 1147 French
Albertus Parisiensis 12th century 12th century French
Tibors de Sarenom c. 1130 aft. 1198 French
Bernart de Ventadorn 1130-1140 aft. 1190-1200 French
Giraut de Bornelh c. 1138 1215 French
Berenguier de Palou 12th century 1209 French
Comtessa de Dìa c. 1140 c. 1200 French
Bertran de Born 1140-1150 1215 French
Raimbaut of Orange c. 1147 1173 French

Middle Medieval composers (born 1150-1300)

Name Born Died Nationality
Azalais de Porcairages 12th century c. 1200 French
Conon de Béthune c. 1150 17th December 1219 French
Arnaut Daniel 12th century 12th century French
Léonin 12th century c. 1201 French
Blondel de Nesle c. 1155 1202 French
Raimbaut de Vaqueiras 12th century aft. 1207 French
Pérotin 12th century 13th century French
Castelloza 12th century 13th century French
Maria de Ventadorn 12th century 13th century French
Perdigon 12th century aft. 1212 French
Peire Raimon de Tolosa 12th century aft. 1220 French
Raimon de Miraval c. 1160 c. 1220 French
Alamanda de Castelnau c. 1160 1223 French
Peiròl c. 1160 1220-1230 French
Philip the Chancellor c. 1160 26th December 1236 French
Neidhart von Reuental 12th century aft. 1240 German
Gaucelm Faidit 1170 1202 French
Wolfram von Eschenbach c. 1170 c. 1220 German
Walther von der Vogelweide c. 1170 c. 1230 German
Peire Vidal 1175 1205 French
Gautier de Coincy 1177 1236 French
Garsenda de Proensa c. 1180 c. 1242 French
Peire Cardenal c. 1180 c. 1278 French
Wincenty z Kielczy c. 1200 aft. 1262 Polish
Sordello c. 1200 aft. 1269 Italian
Maroie de Dregnau de Lille 13th century 13th century French
Martín Codax 13th century 13th century Spanish
Margot 13th century 13th century French
Maroie 13th century 13th century French
Gertrude of Dagsburg May 1205 30th March 1225 French
Alfonso X, King of Castile 23rd November 1221 4th April 1284 Spanish
Guiraut Riquier c. 1230 c. 1292 French
Adam de la Halle c. 1237 1288 French
Meister Rumelant 13th century c. 1300 German
Jehan de Lescurel 13th century 23rd May 1304 French
W. de Wycombe 13th century 14th century English
Petrus de Cruce 13th century 14th century French
Denis, King of Portugal 9th October 1261 7th January 1325 Portuguese
Marchetto da Padova c. 1274 aft. 1319 French

Late Medieval composers (born 1300-1400)

Name Born Died Nationality
Maestro Piero c. 1300 aft. 1350 Italian
Guillaume de Machaut c. 1300 April 1377 French
Gherardello da Firenze 1320-1325 1362-1363 Italian
Francesco Landini 1325-1335 2nd September 1397 Italian
Arrigo 14th century 14th century Italian
Jacopo da Bologna 14th century 14th century Italian
Giovanni da Firenze 14th century 14th century Italian
Conradus de Pistoia 14th century 13th century Italian
Donato da Cascia 14th century aft. 1370 Italian
Lorenzo da Firenze c. 14th century December 1372-January 1373 Italian
Jacob Senleches 14th century aft. 1395 French
François Andrieu 14th century c. 1400 French
Philipoctus de Caserta 14th century c. 1400 Italian
Niccolò da Perugia 14th century c. 1400 Italian
Johannes Alanus 14th century aft. 1400 English
John Hanboys 14th century aft. 1400 English
Solage 14th century aft. 1403 French
Bartolino da Padova 14th century aft. 1405 Italian
Andrea da Firenze 14th century 1415 Italian
Matteo da Perugia 14th century aft. 1416 Italian
Johannes Ciconia c. 1370 June 10th-June12th 1412 Italian
Oswald von Wolkenstein 1376-1377 2nd August 1445 German
Ugolino da Orvieto c. 1380 aft. 1457 Italian
Borlet 14th century 15th century French
Anthonello de Caserta 14th century 15th century Italian
Egardus 14th century 15th century Flemish
Thomas Fabri 14th century 15th century Flemish
Egidius de Francia 14th century 15th century French
Grimace 14th century 15th century French
Andrea Stefani 14th century 15th century Italian
Trebor 14th century 15th century French

Transitional composers between the Medieval and Renaissance eras

See also

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Lists of classical music
composers by era
Medieval (476 – 1400)
Renaissance (1400 – 1600)
Baroque (1600 – 1760)
Classical era (1730 – 1820)
Romantic era (1815 – 1910)
20th century (1900 – 2000)
21st century (since 2000)

Contents


==== Note on the List==== Composers whose names are italicised have no known surviving music, although in some cases texts to songs attributed to them survive without music.

Early Medieval composers (Born before 1150)

Armenian

Byzantine

French

Churches, Abbeys and Monastaries

Troubadors and Trobairitz

Italian

English and Irish

Germanic

Middle Medieval composers (born 1150-1300)

French

Churches, Abbeys and Monastaries

Troubadors and Trobairitz

Trouvères

Italian

Spanish and Portuguese

English

Germanic

Polish

Late Medieval composers (born 1300-1400)

English

French

Flemish

Italian (or active in Italy)

Germanic

Polish

  • Nicholas of Radom

Transitional composers between the Medieval and Renaissance eras

See also


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