Guillaume Boni

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Guillaume Boni (c.1530–c.1594) was a French Renaissance composer. Boni was choirmaster at Saint-Étienne Cathedral from 1565 until his death after 1598.[1] Like Anthoine de Bertrand, he was born in Auvergne and working in Toulouse.


  • Psalmi Davidici novis concentibus sex vocibus modulati cum oratione Regia 12. voc Paris: Le Roy
  • Chansons de Ronsard

His works were known in England since a work of Boni's is the only identifiable foreign work found in the Willmott and Braikenridge manuscripts of Latin church music, 1591.


  1. ^ Kate Van Orden Music, discipline, and arms in early modern France 2005 p. 150.