Bernart

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Troubadour - Works - Schools and Styles
... The most famous poet of the trobar leu was Bernart de Ventadorn ... Among the early is a school of followers of Marcabru, sometimes called the "Marcabrunian school" Bernart Marti, Bernart de Venzac, Gavaudan, and Peire d'Alvernhe ... Three poets epitomise this "school" Bernart d'Auriac, Joan Esteve, Joan Miralhas, and Raimon Gaucelm ...
Trovatore - Works - Schools and Styles
... The most famous poet of the trobar leu was Bernart de Ventadorn ... of followers of Marcabru, sometimes called the "Marcabrunian school" Bernart Marti, Bernart de Venzac, Gavaudan, and Peire d'Alvernhe ... Three poets epitomise this "school" Bernart d'Auriac, Joan Esteve, Joan Miralhas, and Raimon Gaucelm ...
Peire D'Alvernhe - Poetry
... Along with Bernart Marti, Bernart de Venzac, and Gavaudan, Peire was part of a "Marcabrunian school" ... Nonetheless, as mentioned above, Bernart Marti attacked Peire for claiming superior spiritual status E quan canorgues si mes Pey d'Alvernh'en canongia, a Dieu per que.s prometia entiers que peuys si fraysses ... In a tenso between a Bernart (probably Bernart de Ventadorn) and an unnamed Peire, perhaps Peire d'Alvernhe, the latter argues that "it is not becoming for ladies to make love-pleas it is fitting that men ...
Bernart Arnaut D'Armagnac
... Bernart Arnaut d'Armagnac (died 1226), also Bernard Arnaud, was a troubadour and from 1217 the Count of Armagnac in opposition to his brother, Gerald V, who inherited it from the childless ... Bernart and Gerald were both sons of Bernard de Fézensaguet ... Sometime before 1217, Bernart Arnaut had a literary correspondence with the trobairitz Lombarda ...
Bernart De Venzac
... Bernart de Venzac (fl ... Bernart's career can be dated because of references in his poetry to his patron, Hugh II of Rodez ... is usually dated to late 1195 or early 1196 and Bernart's fluorit can be established from these two dates ...