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|French to English translations [Non-PRO]|
|French term or phrase: art de cour|
|Si l’opéra fut à l’origine un art de cour...|
|English translation:courtly art|
Some elements of COURTLY ART of the twelfth through fourteenth centuries seem very glamorous to the modern eye
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|This was a great answer. Thanks! George , London|
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True; however, it should be noted that opera per se
is reckoned to have been born as an art form with the works of Claudio Monteverdi, which weren't written until the very early 17th century (ca. 1608-1610)....! -- Best, HC
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