Noë Faignient

  • Born
    c. 1540
  • Died
    c. 1600
  • Birthplace
    Cambrai (?), Habsburg, Netherlands
Noë Faignient was a Franco-Flemish polyphonic Renaissance composer. Faignient is best known for his vocal works on secular pieces. He set to music poems of, among others, Clement Marot (notably, with some lost Psalms, a song and a psalm collections from 1568), Theodore Beza (psalm) and Pierre de Ronsard (a song from New continuation of his Amours (1556).