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Dufay

[doo-fahy; French dy-fey]
noun
  1. Guil·laume [gee-yohm] /giˈyoʊm/, c1400–74, Flemish composer.
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Historical Examples of dufay

  • I have placed under Dufay's notes their present equivalents, with the names.

    How Music Developed

    W. J. Henderson

  • A few of his compositions are preserved, but they hardly present important differences from those of Dufay.

  • Hence, in three masses by Dufay, still extant, the melodies and texts of three songs of his day are found.

    How Music Developed

    W. J. Henderson

  • The other very successful process is known as the Dufay dioptichrome process.

  • As we now know, Dufay was wrong in supposing that there were two different kinds of electricity, vitreous and resinous.