"Quam pulchra es"
by John Dunstable; early 15th century; motet or cantilena; freely composed; mostly homophonic
"De plus en plus"
by Binchois; early 15th century; rondeau (secular love song); polyphonic
"Se la face ay pale"
by Guillaume du Fay; early 15th century; ballade (secular love song); polyphonic
"Missa se la face ay pale: Gloria"
by Guillaume du Fay; mid-15th century; sacred mass, Gloria portion (part of the mass proper, not the mass ordinary); polyphonic
"Innsbruck, ich muss dich lassen"
by Henricus Isaac; ca. 1500; German lied (4-part settings of popular songs or newly composed melody); primarily homophonic with short sections of imitative polyphony
"Ave Maria...virgo serena"
by Josquin des Prez; late 15th century; motet; imitative polyphony with short sections of homophony
"Missa Pange lingua: Kyrie"
by Josquin des Prez; early 16th century; paraphrase mass
attributed to Josquin des Prez; early 16th century; chanson (secular); a mix of polyphony and homophony