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Raoul de Beauvais locked

  • Robert Falck
  •  and John Haines

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(fl ?mid-13th century). French trouvère. He was from the region north and east of Paris. His songs appear only in sources containing the main trouvère repertory, and they are usually grouped with the works of poets active about the mid-13th century. Three of the six poems attributed to him are also attributed to Jehan Erart, but the confusion in this case seems to stem from the sources, and it is likely that all six are the work of Raoul. Although he appears to have composed few songs, and even these were not widely known, they show a refreshing variety of both poetic and musical form. Two of the six are ...

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Paris, Bibliothèque de l'Arsenal
[flourished]