The ubiquitousness of the Burgundian style during this era caneasily be perceived in other countries. England, as it had to thisdate, offered rather little in the way of surviving secular music,with the English examples in Burgundy naturally being of similarconstruction. In Italy, native composition from the era of Landinigave way to northerners, although Dufay did oblige by writing somesongs in Italian. The most interesting southern example of theperiod may have been the (c.1480),compiled under Aragonese rule in Naples, and featuring songs invarious languages (together with sacred music, including settingsby Dufay) collected over decades.


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