Robins m'aime (Marion)
Adam de la Halle (b. 1245-50 - d. Naples 1285?/England after 1306?) was a French-born trouvère, poet and musician, who broke with the long-established tradition of writing liturgical poetry and music. He is believed to be the early founder of secular theatre in France. The Jeu de Robin et Marion is reputedly the earliest French secular play with music, and is the most famous work of Adam de la Halle.
Tonus Peregrinus / Antony Pitts.