Adam de la Halle

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Adam de la Halle

(ädäN` də lä äl) or

Adam le Bossu

(lə bōsü`), c.1240–1287, French dramatist and poet-musician, one of the great trouvèrestrouvères
, medieval poet-musicians of central and N France, fl. during the later 12th and the 13th cent. The trouvères imitated the troubadours of the south.
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. Many of his songs and polyphonic motets are preserved, as is the pastoral comedy with music Le Jeu de Robin et Marion (c.1283). Another work, Jeu d'Adam ou de la feuillée (1262), was one of the earliest forerunners of comic opera.

La Halle, Adam de:

see Adam de la HalleAdam de la Halle
or Adam le Bossu
, c.1240–1287, French dramatist and poet-musician, one of the great trouvères. Many of his songs and polyphonic motets are preserved, as is the pastoral comedy with music Le Jeu de Robin et Marion (c.1283).
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