“This kind of song is customarily composed by kings and nobles and sung in the presence of kings and princes of the land so that it may move their minds to boldness and fortitude, magnanimity and liberality…” Johannes de Grocheio, a Parisian musical theorist of the early fourteenth century.
trouvère. Old French trovere from the Provençal word trobaire, meaning ‘to find or invent (rhetorically)’.
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Trouvere, Arlen Oleson. He allows me to share one of his songs here. You can contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org to give thanks.