Chanson-de-geste



(in medieval French literature) an epic poem written in assonant verse or rhyme about historical or legendary events or figures.
noun
one of a genre of Old French epic poems celebrating heroic deeds, the most famous of which is the Chanson de Roland

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    love song.

  • Chanson-de-roland

    English The Song of Roland. a chanson de geste (c1100) relating Roland’s brave deeds and death at Roncesvalles and Charlemagne’s revenge.



  • Chansonette

    a little song; ditty.

  • Chansonnier

    a singer or writer of chansons, especially a cabaret performer who specializes in songs that are a combination of melody and rapid spoken patter.



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