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During the second half of the 12th century there grew up in the south of France a new style of secular song: that of the troubadours - trobadors, literally 'finders, inventors' of poems and melodies. Singing of love or politics, strict morality or licentiousness, they were an inspiration to Spanish and Italian musicians as wells as the French trouvères and the German minnesingers.
This CD was released for the first time in 1977.
Anon: A L'Entrada Del Temps Clar
Peirol: Quant Amors Trobèt Partit
Vidal (Peire): Vida Et Razos
Vaqueiras: Calenda Maia
De Dia: Vida
De Dia: A Chantar
Ventadorn: Can L'Erba
Marcabrun: L'Autrier Jost'Una Sebissa
Anon: Novel Amor
Miraval: Selh Que Non Vol
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