Alternate names/spellings: Adam le Bossu, le Bossu d'Arras, Adam d'Arras

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Adam de la Halle (Adam le Bossu, le Bossu d’Arras, Adam d’Arras) (ca. 1237–1288) was a trouvere and composer of a musical play, "The Play of Robin and Marion," which is considered the earliest surviving secular French play with music. About 120 of his works survive.