Gilles Binchois

Gilles Binchois Music Recordings and Sheet Music

  • Born
  • Died
    20th September 1460
  • Birthplace
    Mons, Belgium

Gilles de Binche (called Binchois), also known as Gilles de Bins, was a Netherlandish composer, one of the earliest members of the Burgundian school and one of the three most famous composers of the early 15th century. While often ranked behind his contemporaries Guillaume Dufay and John Dunstable, at least by contemporary scholars, his influence was arguably greater than either, since his works were cited, borrowed and used as source material more often than those by any other composer of the time.

Title Form Instrument Ratings
Adieu, mon amoureuse joye Ballade Solo voice(s)
Je me recommande humblement Chorale Solo voice(s)
Lyesse m'a mandé salut Chorale Solo voice(s)
Se la belle n’a le voloir Chorale Solo voice(s)
Agnus dei Sacred Mass Voice(s) and Instruments
Asperges me Sacred Mass Solo voice(s)
Credo Sacred Mass Solo voice(s)
Duel angouisseux Sacred Mass Solo voice(s)
Gloria (several settings) Sacred Mass Solo voice(s)
Kyrie (several settings) Sacred Mass Solo voice(s)
Sanctus (several settings) Sacred Mass Solo voice(s)
Se j'eusse un seul peu d'esperanche Sacred Mass Solo voice(s)
L'ami de ma dame Song Cycle Solo voice(s)