Jacques Buus  (c. 1500-1565)
Last updated: 24.01.20
According to the Internet sources given below, Jacques Buus was born (probably) in Ghent. He may have begun his career in France and certainly maintainedFrench connections throughout his life. In 1541 he became first organist of St. Mark's, Venice, a post that he supposedly abandoned because of excessively low pay, becoming in 1550 or 1551 court organist in the Imperial Chapel in Vienna, where he remained until his death, He composed motets, chansons (especiallyProtestant chansons spirituelles), and ricercars.

Websites:
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Recorder Music CDs:
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Recorder Sheet Music
Recercari (Venetia 1547) (D/A/T/B)smp_unav15.gif
Bound Score.
Level: 5 - Very Difficult.
Publisher: Moeck Verlag (MK09015)
Ricercari a Quattro Voci: Vol. 1: Nos. 1-5 (1547) (D/A/T/B)smp_unav15.gif
Score and Parts.
Publisher: Dovehouse (IRCS005A)
Ricercari a Quattro Voci: Vol. 2: Nos. 6-10 (1547) (D/A/T/B)smp_unav15.gif
Score and Parts.
Publisher: Dovehouse (IRCS005B)
Il Secondo Librodi Recercari (Venetia 1549) (D/A/T/B/GB)smp_unav15.gif
Bound Score.
Publisher: Moeck Verlag (MK09016)