Martini's authorship of this work is uncertain. In some sources, it is attributed to Heinrich Isaac (ca.1450/5-1517).
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||Recent Researches in the Music of the Middle Ages and Early Renaissance|
Vol.1: Martini. Secular Pieces (pp.11-15)
Madison: A-R Editions, 1975.
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This chanson arrangement is found in over a dozen manuscript sources, including the famous Florence 229, which ascribes it to Martini (along with two other sources. One source gives the authorship to Isaac).