Medieval music - Fi maris by Adam de la Halle





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Published on Sep 24, 2010

Fi maris, a cheeky medieval song about infidelity by Adam de la Halle (1245?-1285) performed by Lumina Vocal Ensemble, Musical Director Anna Pope in their 2004 concert 'Pilgrimage'. Recorded by Rod Capon in Church of the Epiphany, Crafers, South Australia. Singers: Sheila McCarthy, Rosemary Byron-Scott & James Scott. Photos courtesy of Claire Booth, Eleanor Pope & Dover Publications. From Lumina's 2007 CD 'Mediaeval Magic'. lumina.org.au

Fi maris de vostre' amour, car j'ai ami.
Biaus est et de noble' atour,
Fi maris de vostre' amour,
il me sert et nuit et jour, pour che l'aim si.

English translation:
Fie on your love husband, for I have a lover,
He is handsome and of noble bearing.
Fie on your love husband,
He serves me day and night, for which I love him so!

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