Jablonski, Marek (Michael)



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M. Richter: Die Lieder des altfranzösischen Lyrikers Jehan de Nuevile (Halle, 1904)

F. Gennrich: ‘Die altfranzösische Liederhandschrift London, Brit. Mus. Egerton 274’,Zeitschrift für romanische Philologie, xlv (1926), 402–44

T. Gérold: La musique au Moyen Age (Paris, 1932/R)

For further bibliography see Troubadours, trouvères.

THEODORE KARP

Jehan des Murs.


See Muris, Johannes de.

Jehan de Trie


(b c1225; d ?1302). French trouvère. He succeeded his father, Mathieu, as Comte de Dammartin and Seigneur de Trie in 1272. In documents of the same year he also bears the title of Seigneur de Mouchy. Two chansons are attributable to him. One, Bone dame me prie de chanter, R.790a, is ascribed also to Thibaut IV of Champagne and Gace Brule; the other is Li lons consirs et la grans volentés, R.955 (both ed. in CMM, cvii, 1997). Both are composed of isometric, decasyllabic strophes, set by Dorian melodies in bar form, beginning on the 7th degree. An unusual downward leap of an octave occurs in the sixth phrase of Bone dame. (H. Petersen Dyggve: Trouvères et protecteurs de trouvères dans les cours seigneuriales de France, Helsinki, 1942)

For further bibliography see Troubadours, trouvères.

THEODORE KARP



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