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TROUBADOUR | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
The troubadours of the north of France wrote in French (langue d'oil)and were called called trouvères. The poetry of the troubadours and the trouvères was invariably linked with music. These elite troubadours even included nobility such as the King of Navarre, the King of Spain and King Richard the Lionheart of England.
The Troubadours and England. (1923).: Amazon.es: Chaytor ...
Originally published in 1910, an English translation was published by G. Schirmer in 1914. This is a classic study that treats the troubadours and trouvères as two parts of a single movement, discussing the nature of the movement and the manuscript tradition it generated. Aubry explains various genres and breaks the movement into three periods.