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Raoul de Ferrièreslocked

  • Theodore Karp

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(fl 1200–10). French trouvère. A member of the Norman nobility from the département of Eure, he is named in a donation of 1209 to the Abbey of Noé. Among the 11 chansons ascribed to him, the most important is Quant li rossignols – probably the song of that name mentioned by Johannes de Grocheo as a cantus coronatus. (There is a conflicting ascription to the Chastelain de Couci.) It is in bar form, as are all the melodies except two readings of ...

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Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart
[flourished]