Guillaume de Machaut
Jan 1, 1300
Birth of Guillaume de MachautC1300 Machaut was born and raised in the region of Reims.
Aug 7, 1323
Guillaume royaltyElected as secretary to John 1, Count of Luxembourg
Oct 8, 1330
He was appointed canonHe was named canon of Verdun in 1330, Arras in 1332 and Reims in 1337.
Oct 8, 1332
King Charles IIGuillaume de Machaut wrote a story for King Charles II of Navarre
Aug 7, 1340
Pope Benedict XIIBy 1340 Machaut was living in Reims, having resigned from their posts canonical others request of Pope Benedict XII.
Dec 19, 1357
Remede de la FortunaThe Remede is the only work by Machaut that presents narration and notated lyric insertions as a complete and unified creation.
Oct 10, 1365
Messe de Notre DammeCyclical adjustment of the Machaut Mass, Messe de Notre Dame, was probably composed for the cathedral of Reims, in the 1360s.Possibly the most popular composition by Guillaume de Machaut
Apr 11, 1377
Guillaume de Machaut DiesIn April of 1377 die Guillaume de Machaut, French poet and composer.