2 edition of The minor "trobairitz" : an edition with translation and commentary found in the catalog.
The minor "trobairitz" : an edition with translation and commentary
|Statement||by Deborah Perkal-Balinsky.|
|Contributions||Perkal-Balinsky, Deborah, 1955-|
|The Physical Object|
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The University of Pennsylvania Press exists to publish meritorious works that advance scholarly research and educational objectives. The chief task of the staff of the Press is to continue building a publishing program that is influential and innovative, a program that addresses the needs of scholars, teachers, students, professionals, and the broader community of readers. In this recording Duo Trobairitz - Faye Newton (soprano) and Hazel Brooks (vielle) - explore different aspects of love as depicted in the music and poetry of the 12th- and 13th-century troubadours and trouvères. The concept of courtly love began in southern France during the twelfth century.
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towards a foreign likeness bent: translation. The widely-used English translation by John Jay Parry reads as a courtly love treatise that often incorporates the main characteristic of this ethos—suffering.
By translating the text in a way that supports this pre-existing interpretation, Parry has created a kind of circular argument. or trobairitz, though the majority are male. Many of. Posted in essays & commentaries & other writing, medieval commentary, medievalisings: comparative contemporary commentary and tagged Flamenca, innovation, longreads, medieval literature, medieval Occitan literature, music, reading, the c-word, The Consent Project, translation, trobairitz, trobar, troubadour erotics and poetics, writing on Noting that although much work has been done on the trobairitz in the past two decades in the United States and Germany, little has been published in French since the French translation of Bogin's.
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CONTENTS 12 INTRODUCTION. EARLY MUSIC – Psalmody is the weapon of the monk Plainchant, Anonymous Ut, re, mi, fa, sol, la Micrologus, Guido D’Arezzo We should sing. 4 l’amour est un art, une science, une vertu, qui a ses règles tout comme la chevalerie ou la courtoi ; love is an art, a science, a virtue, which has its rules as chivalry and courtesy [ ].
In no French work, as it seems to me, does this courtly love appear before the Knight of the love of Tristran and Isolde is a different thing: it is a simple passion, ardent, natural, which Author: Michael Bryson, Arpi Movsesian.
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