(fl 2nd half of the 14th century). Italian composer. Only a partly legible three-voice ballata by him, Amor m’à tolto el cor, survives, in the fragment I-ST 14 (f.1, originally f.133), copied at S Giustina, Padua, by Rolando da Casale. The piece (ed. in PMFC, x, 1977, p.135) shows French characteristics in its notation (senaria imperfecta = tempus imperfectum prolatio maior) and texting (only the discantus is texted). A grammarian named Jacobus Corbus was active in Padua in 1354.