Born: c. 1450
Died: 1517 in Florence, Italy
Nation of Origin: Netherlands
Canti Carnascialeschi (carnival songs)
Innsbruck, ich muss dich lassen
Approximately 30 masses
Choralis Constantinus a group of motets based on liturgical texts completed by his student, Senfl
Isaac was born in the Netherlands but worked in Ferrara, Florence, Rome, Innsbruck, Vienna, Augsburg, and Constance. In Florence he worked for Lorenzo the Magnificent from 1484 to 1492. He was court composer for Emperor Maximilian I in Vienna and Innsbruck. He died in Florence in 1517.
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