Scottish composer; b. 1487; d. after
1546. He was a Monk of Scone Abbey. He developed a
melismatic style of composition, and wrote masses on
the medieval song "L/Homme arme" and many motets,
one of them in 19 independent parts. He is regarded as
an equal of Dunstable in melodic and rhythmic excellence.
Vol. 1 of his collected works was publ. by the
American Inst. of Musicology, ed. by Denis Stevens, in