Jacobus Barbireau (also Jacques or Jacob; also Barbirianus) (1455 – 7 August 1491) was a Franco-Flemish Renaissance composer from Antwerp. He was considered to be a superlative composer both by his contemporaries and by modern scholars; however, his surviving output is small, and he died young.

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Year Title Artist RatingReleases
2007 Music for Tudor Kings: Henry VII & Henry VIII Various Artists 1

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Year Title Artist RatingReleases
1997 The Art of the Netherlands (The Early Music Consort of London feat. conductor: David Munrow) Various Artists 1
1998 The French Ambassadors: Music Based on Holbein's Painting of "The Ambassadors" (Frottola) Various Artists 1
1999 The Triumphs of Maximilian: Songs and Instrumental Music from 16th Century Germany Musica Antiqua of London, John Potter, Philip Thorby 1

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