May 31, 2020
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England and Burgundy in the 15th Century
Musical and Historical Timeline
⟶ Updated 4 Oct 2017 ⟶
List of edits
English adopted as national language of England
English under Henry V defeat French at Agincourt
Guillaume Du Fay at Rimini, writes "Resveilles vous"
Du Fay's "Nuper rosarum flores" in Florence
Turks conquer Constantinople, ending Byzantine Empire
French defeat English at Bordeaux, ending Hundred Years' War
Charles the Bold dies in battle, France absorbs duchy of Burgundy
Council of Constance meets to end papal schism
Burgundy allied with England in war against France
Reign of Philip the Good, duke of Burgundy
John Dunstable possibly with English in France
Binchois at Burgundian court
Du Fay alternately with papal chapel or Savoy court
Du Fay at Cambrai in Burgundy
Martin Le Franc, "Le champion des dames"
Du Fay in Savoy, writes "Missa Se la face ay pale"
Du Fay at Cambrai
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