Antoine de Bertrand (also Anthoine) (1530/1540 – probably 1581) was a French composer of the Renaissance. Early in his life he was a prolific composer of secular chansons, and late in his life he wrote hymns and canticles, under the influence of the Jesuits. He was murdered by Protestants during the French Wars of Religion.
|25 Chansons à 4 parties, Livre 3||Song Cycle||Solo voice(s)|
|Airs spirituels||Song Cycle||Solo voice(s)|
|Je suis un demi-dieu||Song Cycle||Solo voice(s)|