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Composed by Adam de la Halle (1245-1285). Arranged by Jean Beck, Jilly Cooke. Early Music, Opera, Musicals, European, Fairy Tales. Piano Reduction, Score. 108 pages. Published by Jilly Cooke (S0.488737).
Item Number: S0.488737
This is the first COMPLETE digital piano-vocal score of Adam de la Halle's Le Jeu de Robin et Marion.
Le Jeu de Robin et Marion is reputedly the earliest French secular play with music, written in around 1282 or 1283, and is the most famous work of Adam de la Halle. It was performed at the Angevin Court in Naples around this time. The story is a dramatization of a traditional genre of medieval French song, the pastourelle. This genre typically tells of an encounter between a knight and a shepherdess, frequently named Marion. Adam de la Halle's version of the story places a greater emphasis on the activities of Marion, her lover Robin and their friends after she resists the knight's advances.
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