Troubadour sentence example

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  • The death of King Diniz proved a severe blow to troubadour verse, and the reign of his successor Alphonso IV.

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  • The Troubadour and his four musical animal friends leave the city somewhat dejected.

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  • From the 10th to the 13th century Aubusson was the centre of a viscounty, and the viscountess Marguerite, wife of Rainaud VI., was sung by many a troubadour.

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  • Her true love is for the wandering troubadour, Thomas, who she knew in her happy childhood.

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  • He's just produced his 23rd album, the latest being troubadour featuring a host of luminaries including Cliff Richard.

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  • He 's just produced his 23rd album, the latest being Troubadour featuring a host of luminaries including Cliff Richard.

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  • History The sestina is one of several forms that originated with the troubadour poets of medieval Provence.

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  • They perform sweet classical son and uptempo tough salsa, with a touch of the troubadour ballad.

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  • These instincts and impulses would be at work already among the soldiers during the Crusade, producing a saga all the more readily, as there were poets in the camp; for we know that a certain Richard, who joined the First Crusade, sang its exploits in verse, while still more famous is the princely troubadour, William of Aquitaine, who joined the Crusade of Iloo.

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  • May 26 Rory McLeod Rory McLeod is a natural troubadour and phenomenal one-man band.

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  • Bright Eyes, aka Conor Oberst, has take the role of troubadour to the twenty-somethings crowd, with his pure and honest, yet quirky lyrics and simple, yet affecting acoustic folk-pop music.

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  • If any one was ever awake to the joys of living it was the minnesinger, troubadour or goliard, and the world had to wait until Rousseau and Burns before its external beauty was discovered, or at least deeply appreciated, by any but a few Dutch artists.

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  • It was produced with great success in 1883, and was the first of a too short series of modern English operas; Mackenzie's second opera, The Troubadour, was produced by the same company in 1886; and his third dramatic work was His Majesty, an excellent comic opera (Savoy Theatre, 1897).

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