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date: 25 August 2019

Airardus Viciliacensislocked

  • Sarah Fuller


An obscure figure, Magister Airard of Vézelay (a major pilgrimage station along the route to the shrine of St James at Santiago de Compostela) appears as author of a two-part conductus, Annua gaudia, in the 12th-century Calixtine manuscript (E-SC). Whether he was actually a musician or poet is unknown, since the Calixtine attribution has no independent confirmation and Airardus is otherwise unknown....

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