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Moniot de Parislocked

  • Robert Falck

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(fl mid-13th century). French trouvère. He may be identifiable with the Monniot who was the author of a Dit de Fortune written in 1278, but is not to be confused with Moniot d'Arras (fl 1213–39). Nine songs without conflicting attributions are ascribed to Moniot de Paris in a group of manuscripts that represents the main tradition of trouvère song. In these sources he is usually grouped with trouvères who were active in the mid- and late 13th century; this fact tends to reinforce Dyggve's estimate that he was active at about the middle of the century....

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