Dame Maroie

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Dame Maroie or Maroie de Dregnau de Lille (fl. 13th century) was a trouvère from Arras, in Artois, France. She debates Dame Margot in a jeu parti, or debate song, "Je vous pri, dame Maroie."[1] This song survives in two manuscripts,[2] which each give separate and unrelated melodies.[3] In two manuscripts she is credited with a fragment of a song, "Mout m'abelist quant je voi revenir."[4] Dame Maroie is the addressee in a grand chant by Andrieu Contredit d'Arras.[5] She was identified as the Maroie de Dregnau de Lille[6] from whom a single strophe of a single chanson remains, "Mout m'abelist quant je voi revenir" (in a typical trouvère form, ABABCDE), along with its music.[7]

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Notes
  1. ^ Doss-Quinby 27.
  2. ^ F-AS MS 657, f.141v and I-Rvat Reg. MS 1490, f.140r
  3. ^ Coldwell.
  4. ^ Doss-Quinby 27.
  5. ^ Doss-Quinby 27.
  6. ^ Petersen Dyggve 176.
  7. ^ Manuscript F-Pn f.f. 844, f.181. Coldwell.
Bibliography
  • Berger, Roger (1981). Littérature et sociéte arrageoises au XIIIe siècle: Les chansons et dits artésiens. Arras: Commission Départementale des Monuments Historiques du Pas-de-Calais. 
  • Coldwell, Maria V. "Margot, Dame, and Maroie, Dame", Grove Music Online, ed. L. Macy (accessed October 21, 2006), grovemusic.com (subscription access).
  • Coldwell, Maria V. "Maroie de Dregnau de Lille", Grove Music Online, ed. L. Macy (accessed October 22, 2006), grovemusic.com (subscription access).
  • Doss-Quinby, Eglal; Joan Tasker Grimbert; Wendy Pfeffer; Elizabeth Aubrey (2001). Songs of the Women Trouvères. New Haven: Yale UP. ISBN 0-300-08413-7. 
  • Petersen Dyggve, Holger (1934). Onomastique des trouvères. Société Philologique.