Troubadour & Early Occitan Literature

This page contains nearly 100 links to Old Provençal or Occitan troubadour culture, language and songs. It is designed to give patrons access to most of the corpus of troubadour poetry. Since this is the lyric poetry of the South of France in its languages of "Oc", it should probably be considered and contrasted with that of the languages of "Oïl" to the North, which Globe-Gate has covered in and since music is an important consideration for troubadour literature, patrons may wish to consult



LANGUAGE, CULTURE, POETRY OR MUSIC OF THE TROUBADOURS



POEMS AND TROUBADOURS

Arnaut Daniel

Beatrice de Die

Bernard de Ventadorn

Bertran de Born

Jaufré Rudel

Gaucelm Faidit

Giraut de Bornelh, "Reis glorios"
Giraut de Bornelh ( ... 1162 - 1199 ... )
Giraud de Bornelh (Catholic Encyclopedia)

Guilhem de Cervera, "Gentils domna"

Guillaume de Poitiers

Le Troubadour Guilhem Montanhagol

Planvenguts sul siti de "Guilhèm IX"
Guillaume IX, Duke of Aquitaine, "Pos de chantar"

Marcabru

Peire CARDENAL (complete works, biography and criticism)
Charles Camproux, "Vocabulaire courtois chez P. Cardinal"

Peire Vidal, "Ab l'alen tir vas me l'aire"

PEIROL'S VIELLE
Peirol: Complete Works

Raimbaut de Vaqueiras (c.1150-1207), "Kalenda maya"
Raimbaut de Vaqueiras, "Gaita ben, gaiteta del chastel" (aube)

ROMAN DE FLAMENCA

Le Roman de Notre Dame de Lagrasse, éd. Emile Simonnet (Texte établi d'après le manuscrit b)
A propos de la publication des actes de l╣abbaye de Lagrasse, note de lecture, additions et corrections


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