Adam de la Halle
[ a-dahnduhla-al ]
/ a dɑ̃ də la ˈal /
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c1240–87, French troubadour: a composer.
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How to use Adam de la Halle in a sentence
Two other poets, Adam de la Halle and Rutebœuf, are far more prominent in literary history.
Adam de la Halle, so far as our present information goes, has the credit of inventing two separate styles of such composition.
Besides Rutebœuf the most characteristic figure of his class and time (about the middle of the 13th century) is Adam de la Halle.
He was a good natural melodist, as the examples in Coussemaker's "Adam de la Halle" show.A Popular History of the Art of Music|W. S. B. Mathews