Il est bel et bon (Pierre Passereau)

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General Information

Title: Il est bel et bon
Composer: Pierre Passereau

Number of voices: 4vv   Voicing: SATB
Genre: SecularChanson

Language: French
Instruments: A cappella

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Original text and translations

French.png French text

original text

Il est bel et bon, commère, mon mari.
Il estoit deux femmes toutes d'ung pays.
Disanst l'une à l'aultre - "Avez bon mary?"
Il ne me courrousse, ne me bat aussy.
Il faict le mesnaige,
Il donne aux poulailles,
Et je prens mes plaisirs.
Commère, c'est pour rire
Quand les poulailles crient:
Petite coquette (co co co co dae)e, qu'esse-cy?

French.png French text

modern spelling

Il est bel est bon, bon, bon, commère, mon mari,
Il était deux femmes toutes d'un pays,
Disant l'une à l'autre avez bon mari?
Il ne me courrouce ne me bat aussi.
Il fait le ménage,
Il donne aux poulailles,
Et je prends mes plaisirs.
Commère c'est pour rire
Quand les poulailles crient:
Co, co, co, co, de, petite coquette, qu'est ceci?

English.png English translation

He is handsome and fine, my husband is,
There were two gossiping women in the village,
Saying one to the other, do you have a good husband?
He doesn't scold me, or beat me either.
He does the chores,
He feeds the chickens
And I take my pleasure.
Really you have to laugh
to hear the cries of the chicks and hens:
Co, co, co, co, dae, little flirt, what's this?

German.png German translation

Er ist schön und gut, Gevatterin, mein Mann.
Es waren zwei Frauen, beide aus einem Dorf,
Die eine sagte zur andern: Haben Sie einen guten Mann?
Er erzürnt mich nie, er schlägt mich auch nicht
Er versorgt den Haushalt,
Er füttert die Hühner,
Und ich habe mein Vergnügen.
Gevatterin, es ist zum Lachen,
Wenn die Hühner gackern:
Co, co, co, co, da, kleine Kokette, was ist das hier?

Polish.png Polish translation

by Stanisław Jonczyk

Cny i ładny jest mój mąż mąż mąż
W pewnym mieście plotkowały dwie kobiety
Czy dobrego męża masz? Bo ja niestety...
Rzekła druga – mnie nie ruga i nie bije
I kury nakarmi i świniom da pomyje
A i o mojej uciesze nie zapomina
Śmiać mi się chce gdy sobie przypominam
Że jak kury i koguty ludzie gdaczą
Ko ko ko- przecież małe flirty nic nie znaczą