Walter Frye (d. 1474?) was an English composer of the early Renaissance.
Nothing certain is known about his life. He may have been a "Walter Cantor" at Ely Cathedral between 1443 and 1466, and he may have been the Walter Frye who joined the London Parish Clerks in 1456; he also may have been the Walter Frye who left a will at Canterbury in 1474.
Most of Frye's music survives in manuscripts from the continent, which has suggested to scholars that he spent…
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