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The lives and works of the troubadours, trobaritz, and trouvers
What were the troubadours, trobaritz, and trouvers and what were their lives like? This paper will offer a brief overview on the troubadours, trobaritz, and trouvers as well as give an introduction to each one, and explain the difference between them. Lastly, it will describe how they lived during the Middle Ages.
Troubadours were noble poet-musicians from Southern France (Provence) who flourished from the end of the 11th century through to the 13th century. The word troubadour comes from the Occitan verb "trobar" which means find. (Troubadour 1997) Troubadours were primarily composers who…
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