Philipoctus de Caserta

(c. 1360—1435)

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(c.1360–c.1435) Composer, music theorist;

active at Milan, Pavia, or Avignon. He was an early representative of the ars subtilior and the putative author of the Tractatus figurarum and of a counterpoint treatise formerly attributed to Nicolaus de Capua.


Subjects: Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).

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