Robert de la Piere (died 1258) was a trouvère of the so-called "school" of Arras. In his time Robert's bourgeois family was prominent in Arras, though the earliest known member is only recorded in 1212. Robert served as a magistrate in 1255, as attested by one surviving document in the municipal archives. There is also a surviving notice of his death in the spring of 1258, at Arras.

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  • A suo tempo la famiglia borghese di Robert era importante ad Arras, benché il membro più antico sia documentato nel 1212. Robert svolse il ruolo di magistrato nel 1255, come viene attestato da un documento conservato negli archivi municipali. Si trova inoltre la notizia della sua morte nella primavera del 1258, ad Arras. Le sue nove chansons e cinque jeux partis si trovano solo in fonti della Francia settentrionale, ed erano probabilmente non estesamente copiate o eseguite, con la sola possibile eccezione di Hé, Amours, je fui nouris, ampiamente conservata, ma allo stesso tempo con un'attribuzione conflittuale: in genere nei manoscritti è assegnata a Gillebert de Berneville. Inoltre, la canzone Joliement doi chanter attribuita a Robert risulta più spesso ascritta a Gillebert. Hé, Amours era la base di due contrafacta: Aucun gent m'out blasmé e Mout sera cil bien mouris, in lode di Maria. Tutte le altre sette chansons, incontestatamente assegnate a Robert, hanno melodie in forma bar con simile Aufgesangen, ma il loro Abgesangen mostra maggiore libertà. (it)
  • Robert de la Piere (died 1258) was a trouvère of the so-called "school" of Arras. In his time Robert's bourgeois family was prominent in Arras, though the earliest known member is only recorded in 1212. Robert served as a magistrate in 1255, as attested by one surviving document in the municipal archives. There is also a surviving notice of his death in the spring of 1258, at Arras. His nine chansons and five jeux partis survive only in north French sources, and were probably not widely copied or performed. The only possible exception to this is Hé, Amours, je fui nouris, which is widely preserved, but at the same time has conflicting attribution: it is more commonly assigned to Gillebert de Berneville in the manuscripts. The song Joliement doi chanter ascribed to Robert is also more often found ascribed to Gillebert. Hé, Amours was the basis for two contrafacta: Aucun gent m'out blasmé and Mout sera cil bien mouris, in praise of Mary. All the other seven chansons undisputedly assigned to Robert have melodies in bar form with similar Aufegesangen, but their Abgesangen exhibit greater freedom. (en)
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  • A suo tempo la famiglia borghese di Robert era importante ad Arras, benché il membro più antico sia documentato nel 1212. Robert svolse il ruolo di magistrato nel 1255, come viene attestato da un documento conservato negli archivi municipali. Si trova inoltre la notizia della sua morte nella primavera del 1258, ad Arras. (it)
  • Robert de la Piere (died 1258) was a trouvère of the so-called "school" of Arras. In his time Robert's bourgeois family was prominent in Arras, though the earliest known member is only recorded in 1212. Robert served as a magistrate in 1255, as attested by one surviving document in the municipal archives. There is also a surviving notice of his death in the spring of 1258, at Arras. (en)
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