Adam de la Halle
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Who is Adam de la Halle?
Adam de la Halle, also known as Adam le Bossu was a French-born trouvère, poet and musician, whose literary and musical works include chansons and jeux-partis in the style of the trouveres, polyphonic rondel and motets in the style of early liturgical polyphony, and a musical play, "Jeu de Robin et Marion", which is considered the earliest surviving secular French play with music. He was a member of the Confrérie des jongleurs et bourgeois d'Arras.
- also known as Adam the Hunchback; Adam le Bossu; Halle, de la, Adam; Adam
- born in Arras
- nationality: France
- profession: Composer, poet
- died in (728 years ago) in Naples
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Expressions of Identity in the Middle Ages by Lorna Bleach, Katariina Närä, Sian Prosser
However, Adam de la Halle is a complicated historical character, and is hard to classify in simple terms. The links that connect him to the University are not enough to conclude that composers of motets had to be students of the Faculty of Arts ...
by Don Michael Randel
Adam de la Halle 3 numerous choral works (many for male chorus), very many songs ("Wenn di Schwalben heimwarts zieh'n," "Gute Nacht, du mein herziges Kind," "Die stille Was- serrose"). often folklike in character. Achron, Joseph (b.
by Sir George Grove, John Alexander Fuller-Maitland
Of a similar kind, and worthy of special mention, are the songs of Adam de la Halle, of which some are in three parts (Cousse- maker, Adam de la Halle ...
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