The Lost Voices Project

Companion resource to Les livres de Chansons Nouvelles de Nicolas Du Chemin (1549–1568), hosted by the Centre d’Études Supérieures de la Renaissance in Tours, France

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Lupus, Hellinck (Lupus)

c. 1494–c. 1541

Lupus Hellinck (c. 1494-c1541) was a Flemish composer active in Bruges, Rome, and possibly Ferrara. 7 Chansons ascribed to him in various publications of the sixteenth century, some with conflicting ascriptions to Cadeac, Gombert, and others. “Honneur sans plus,” from Du Chemin chansons nouvelles, was also ascribed to Jo. James in an Attaingnant print of 1543. Some issued by Attaingnant, Moderne, and Le Roy et Ballard. Only one published by Du Chemin. Bonne J. Blackburn, “Lupus,” New Grove 2, XV, 322-23