Jehan de Villeroye [Briquet]

(fl. 1401)

Composer member of Charles VI's "Court of Love," a sort of literary society whose members occupied themselves, in the late trouvère tradition, with both music and poetry. Jehan Carité (poss= Charité) was another member. One chanson is known to survive.

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