[doo-fahy; French dy-fey]
- Guil·laume [gee-yohm] /giˈyoʊm/, c1400–74, Flemish composer.
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Examples from the Web for dufay
I have placed under Dufay's notes their present equivalents, with the names.
A few of his compositions are preserved, but they hardly present important differences from those of Dufay.A Popular History of the Art of Music
W. S. B. Mathews
Hence, in three masses by Dufay, still extant, the melodies and texts of three songs of his day are found.
The other very successful process is known as the Dufay dioptichrome process.Marvels of Scientific Invention
Thomas W. Corbin
As we now know, Dufay was wrong in supposing that there were two different kinds of electricity, vitreous and resinous.A History of Science, Volume 2(of 5)
Henry Smith Williams