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Blondel de Nesle

A People from france trouvere (or pre-troubadour) might have been among the legendary numbers who aided the get away of Ruler Richard the Lionheart (though that is relatively speculative). Several Blondel’s pieces had been used as versions for other tunes (i.e. “Quant je plus sui” was utilized as helpful information …

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Jehannot de l’Escurel

Jehannot de l’Escurel was a poet and composer active in early fourteenth century Paris. Small is well known about his lifestyle; some authors recognize him using a Notre Dame cleric from the same name who was simply hanged for debauchery in 1304. His just surviving works certainly are a group …

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Martin Codax

Martin (or Martim) Codax (or Codaz) may be the name of the writer and author of a couple of seven poems (six with music) created on the leaf of parchment that was within 1914 in the binding of a vintage publication. The poems are created in the Portuguese-Galician vocabulary. They …

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