A MINSTREL IN FRANCE

Author: HARRY LAUDER

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The British Minstrel and Musical and Literary Miscellany

dressed like a Minstrel , Aulaff , king of the Danes , | although the favour of the
Norman conquerors would went among the ... but such as were and was at
length dismissed with an honourable composed in their own Norman French , yet
as the ...

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The Story of Medi val France from the Reign of Hugues Capet to the Beginning of the Sixteenth Century

The king did not care for secular music , and whilst most of the high barons had
minstrels ... When Marguerite de Provence came to Sens on her coronation , her
father brought with him a minstrel and six troubadours ; these did not remain at ...

Author: Gustave Masson

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Category: France

Page: 354

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Mediaeval France from the Reign of Hugues Capet to the Beginning of the Sixteenth Century

The king did not care for secular music , and whilst most of the high barons had
minstrels as part ... When Marguerite de Provence came to Sens on her
coronation , her father brought with him a minstrel and six troubadours ; these did
not ...

Author: Gustave Masson

Publisher: New York : Putnam

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Category: France

Page: 354

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The mutual scourges or France and her neighbours drama

Madam , there is a minstrel in the camp Whom I have bidden to approach the
casement About this hour . She hears me not , - she slumbers . [ Music is heard
without . ] Fair one that sleep ' st within thy bower above , Let music , mingling
with ...

Author: Thomas Brigstocke

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A History of France for children from the time of Julius C sar to the present day

To these poor singers was given the name of Minstrels . After a time when they
came to be known they were well received , for they were the only means
frequently by which any news could be brought from the scene of warfare . The
noble ...

Author: Josèph HASKOLL

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The History of English Poetry from the Eleventh to the Seventeenth Century

... invited to his court many minstrels or troubadours from France , whom he
loaded with honours and rewards + . These poets imported into England a 1
Mons . L'Eveque de la Ravalerie , in his Revolutions de Langue Francoise , a la
suite des ...

Author: Thomas Warton

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Category: English poetry

Page: 1032

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National History of France

Even in his absence William de Longchamp , who remained in England as
regent , brought minstrels from France to sing his praises at the cross - roads of
the towns before the assembled people . In time there came a division among the
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Easy French pieces for unseen translation selected by W E Russell

Choosing a minstrel ' s life . Qu ' allait - il faire maintenant ? Comment et de quoi
vivrait - il ? Il ne pouvait pourtant pas mendier , ni s ' engager au service d ' un
seigneur , car il avait besoin de rester son maître , pour voyager constamment et
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Author: William Ernest Russell

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Encyclop dia Metropolitana

MINSTREL, Minstrel of Edward I. Origin of the authority of the Dutton l'aEnglish
Poetry, to dissent from whose opinions would ... Towards the close of the XIVth
century, the French Minstrels were restrained by a public ordinance from
speaking, ...

Author: Edward Smedley

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The Bookman

3. The Kaiser as I Know Him . 4. The Rough Road . 4. Ambassador Morgenthau's
Story . 5. Greatheart . 5. A Minstrel in France . 6. Dere Mable . 6. The Glory of the
Trenches . SOUTH ATLANTIC STATES 1. The Four Horsemen of the Apoca 1.

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Category: Book collecting

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Cultural Performances in Medieval France

Both Gerbert and the author of the Folie use the terms menestrel and jogleor or
jugleres to refer to Tristan ( and his companions ) in disguise , yet their concepts
of the minstrel differ remarkably.4 The disguise passages in the two narratives ...

Author: Nancy Freeman Regalado

Publisher: Ds Brewer

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Category: Literary Criticism

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A celebration of the groundbreaking achievements of Nancy Freeman Regalado in the field of medieval French literature.

The History of France from the Earliest Period to the Present Time

I use the word sang , because the who rises into a sort of warlike frenzy when
only mode in which the minstrel of the he urges his countrymen to struggle
against earlier period published his compositions the crown of France . The rest
of this ...

Author: Thomas Wright

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The Literature of France

The original Trouvère was a poor gentleman , who travelled about from one
country - house to another , with his sword by his side , followed by a man
carrying the minstrel ' s rebec , but who was prepared to eke out the recitations of
the latter ...

Author: Henry George Keene

Publisher: New York, C. Scribner's sons

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Category: French literature

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Honoré de Balzac references on p.138-139, and 205-206.

Reliques of Ancient English Poetry

With his harp princes , had many of these men in his train , in his hand , and
dressed like a minstrel , ( N ) | sed like a ... who had observed er , who had
observed mans in France , as they had been among Aulaff bury the money which
had been ...

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Category: Ballads, English

Page: 558

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Reliques of Ancient English Poetry Consisting of Old Heroic Ballads Songs and Other Pieces of Our Earlier Poets Together with Some Few of Later Date

Indeed the Normans were so early distinguished for their minstrel - talents , that
an eminent French writer makes no ... before the Troubadours of Provence , who
are supposed to have led the way to the Poets of Italy , France , and Spain .

Author: Thomas Percy

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Category: Ballads, English

Page: 610

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Reliques of ancient English poetry by T Percy Repr entire from the author s last ed With memoir and critical dissertation by G Gilfillan

Indeed , the Normans were so early distinguished for their minstrel - talents , that
an eminent French writer ( S ) makes no scruple to refer to them the origin of all
modern poetry , and shews , that they were celebrated for their Songs near a ...

Author: English poetry

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Nichol s Library Edition of the British Poets

Indeed , the Normans were so early distinguished for their minstrel - talents , that
an eminent French writer ( S ) makes no scruple to refer to them the origin of all
modern poetry , and shews , that they were celebrated for their Songs near a ...

Author: George Gilfillan

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Category: English poetry

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The Antiquary

as well as in the lower valley of the Rhone in France , and Payments to French
Minstrels .-— In the sale in the Pyrenees and other Spanish ranges . Professor
catalogue of autograph letters of Mr. Julian Marshall Geikie then gave some
account ...

Author: Edward Walford

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Category: Archaeology

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Reliques of Ancient English Poetry

With his harp princes , had many of these men in his train , in his hand , and
dressed like a minstrel , ( N ) who settled with ... who had observed mans in
France , as they had Aulaff bury the money which had been given their ancestors
in the ...

Author: Thomas Percy

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Category: Ballads, English

Page: 558

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