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The poetry of the troubadours is the finest flower produced in its most flourishing period by Occitan "culture": viewed from the distance lent by the passage of time, the former is, in our eyes, largely identified with the latter. Lire la première page
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A Handbook of the Troubadours: giving voice to fin'amor 14 décembre 2000
Par John Bromka - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book is a must for anyone with an interest in troubadour music, the medieval world, and the myth of perfect love. If you have shelf space for only one book on the subject, aside from an anthology of troubadour works, this should well be it. Expertly written and readable, too, the Handbook is comprised of an interlocking series of articles by leading scholars in musicology, linguistics, social history, and poetic topoi ("the treasury of subjects and forms that constitute the common fund of tradition and culture").
The troubadour tradition poses many questions: Is there any basis to the myth that these 12th c poet/composers from southern France invented the idea of romantic love as we know it today? What is the true nature of fin'amor, the troubadours' art of longing? Why was this intense longing always directed to the senhor's wife? How completely was this love ever consummated? Were the 'vidas' and 'razos' (lives and reasons) given in the medieval chansonniers truly biographical? How can we do justice to reinterpreting these cansos and songs in modern performance when the medieval notation gives so few clues? How can it be that the cansos were not even written down until 200 years after they were composed? What was the power and esteem of the troubadour cansos that they remained so well intact through 200 years of oral remembrance? You'll be able to draw your own surprising and cogent conclusions through this handbook..
I have used this book in preparation for a master class in troubadour music, Lo Gai Saber, given by Joël Cohen of the Boston Camerata, and gained immeasurably thereby.
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Essential for troubadours' lovers 24 octobre 2005
Par Sebastian Krajewski - Publié sur Amazon.com
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'A Handbook of the Troubadours' is a fine collection of essays on different aspect of troubadours' heritage. Everyone interested in academic studies may use it as a simple reference book, while every lover of the Occitan legend can verify one's knowledge, according to the newest research.
Indispensable 14 décembre 2013
Par medievalnerd - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Indispensable introduction to all aspects of the troubadour tradition, written clearly and accessibly without being oversimplified.

Chapters by many of the leading scholars in the field present: the lyric; the varieties of its subject matter, genres, styles, and verse structures; music; non lyric writing in Occitan (the prose biographies of the troubadours as well as Occitan romance, epics, and saints lives); the Occitan language; the medieval manuscripts; and the other vernacular lyric traditions inspired by the troubadours (the French trouvères, the German Minnesingers, Galician-Portuguese lyric, and Italian innovations).

Bibliographies for each chapter and a final bibliography indicate further reading for those who would like to pursue the topic in more depth, while a list of editions and anthologies guides readers to the best sources for the original texts.

This book should suit serious students, scholars beginning work in the field, and lay readers wishing to learn about the troubadours. It's a gateway to a marvelous lyric tradition!
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