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Troubadours, trouvèreslocked

  • John Stevens,
  • Ardis Butterfield
  •  and Theodore Karp

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Lyric poets or poet-musicians of France in the 12th and 13th centuries. It is customary to describe as troubadours those poets who worked in the south of France and wrote in Provençal, the langue d’oc, whereas the trouvères worked in the north of France and wrote in French, the ...

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