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"Savis e fols, humils et ergulhos", a 'canso' by Raimbaut de Vaqueiras as performed by Capella de Ministrers (Carles Magraner, dir.) on 'Trobadors. El amor cortesano en la Edad Media' (CD Licanus CDM 0308, 2004 http://www.filomusica.com/filo54/trobadors.html). Melody: http://www.troubadourmelodies.org/melodies/392028

"Savis e fols, humils et ergulhos", a 'canso' by Raimbaut de Vaqueiras as performed by Capella de Ministrers (Carles Magraner, dir.) on 'Trobadors. El amor cortesano en la Edad Media' (CD Licanus CDM 0308, 2004 http://www.filomusica.com/filo54/trobadors.html). Melody: http://www.troubadourmelodies.org/melodies/392028

"Pus astres no m'es donatz" by Guiraut Riquier (Narbonne, 12th-13th c.) as performed by Capella de Ministrers (dir. Carles Magraner) on 'Amors e cansó. Trobadors de la Corona d'Aragó'

"Pus astres no m'es donatz" by Guiraut Riquier (Narbonne, 12th-13th c.) as performed by Capella de Ministrers (dir. Carles Magraner) on 'Amors e cansó. Trobadors de la Corona d'Aragó'

"Pos de chantar m'es pres talenz", by Guilhem de Peitieu or Peiteus (1071 - 1126), VII Count of Poitiers and IX Duke of Aquitania, the earliest known troubadour. Performers are La Capella Reial de Catalunya and Hespérion XXI (dir. Jordi Savall), Pascal Bertin (countertenor). Images are from the 'Codex Manesse' (14th century). (http://www.alia-vox.com/)

"Pos de chantar m'es pres talenz", by Guilhem de Peitieu or Peiteus (1071 - 1126), VII Count of Poitiers and IX Duke of Aquitania, the earliest known troubadour. Performers are La Capella Reial de Catalunya and Hespérion XXI (dir. Jordi Savall), Pascal Bertin (countertenor). Images are from the 'Codex Manesse' (14th century). (http://www.alia-vox.com/)

"[Oi!] Altas undas que venetz sus la mar", a woman's complaint ('lamentation de femme', indication accompanying the lyrics: 'cancó d'amic') by Raimbaut de Vaqueiras. Performed by Eduardo Paniagua Ensemble, Ensemble Tre Fontane and El Arabi Serghini. Edition of the lyrics by Alfons Serra-Baldó: http://trobadors.iec.cat/veure_d.asp?id_obra=498

"[Oi!] Altas undas que venetz sus la mar", a woman's complaint ('lamentation de femme', indication accompanying the lyrics: 'cancó d'amic') by Raimbaut de Vaqueiras. Performed by Eduardo Paniagua Ensemble, Ensemble Tre Fontane and El Arabi Serghini. Edition of the lyrics by Alfons Serra-Baldó: http://trobadors.iec.cat/veure_d.asp?id_obra=498

"A chantar m'èr de çò" by the influential trobairitz Beatriz (aka Condessa) de Dia, as performed by Hana Blažíková and Barbora Kabátková

"A chantar m'èr de çò" by the influential trobairitz Beatriz (aka Condessa) de Dia, as performed by Hana Blažíková and Barbora Kabátková

"Ples de Tristor", a 'planh' or lament on the death of Amalric I viscount of Narbonne written and composed by Guiraut Riquier (of Narbonne,  often called "the last troubadour") as performed by Catalina (?)

"Ples de Tristor", a 'planh' or lament on the death of Amalric I viscount of Narbonne written and composed by Guiraut Riquier (of Narbonne, often called "the last troubadour") as performed by Catalina (?)

Beatriz de Dia (lyrics), Bernard de Ventadorn (music) - "Ab joi et ab joven m´apais" (Hespèrion XX, remastering 2000)

Beatriz de Dia (lyrics), Bernard de Ventadorn (music) - "Ab joi et ab joven m´apais" (Hespèrion XX, remastering 2000)

"Tres enemics e dos mais senhors ai" by Uc de Saint Circ (Quercy, fl. 1217-1253). As "poet, biographer, literary historian, and mythographer, Uc must be accorded his rightful place as the 'inventor' (trobador) of 'troubadour poetry' and the ideological trappings with which it came to be associated." (William E. Burgwinkle). He "is to be identified with the Uc Faidit (meaning "exiled" or "dispossessed") who authored the 'Donatz proensals', one of the earliest Occitan grammars". (YTer…

"Tres enemics e dos mais senhors ai" by Uc de Saint Circ (Quercy, fl. 1217-1253). As "poet, biographer, literary historian, and mythographer, Uc must be accorded his rightful place as the 'inventor' (trobador) of 'troubadour poetry' and the ideological trappings with which it came to be associated." (William E. Burgwinkle). He "is to be identified with the Uc Faidit (meaning "exiled" or "dispossessed") who authored the 'Donatz proensals', one of the earliest Occitan grammars". (YTer…

"Tan m'abelis", a popular theme by Berenguier de Palazol aka Brenguer de Palou (1160–1209) as performed by Ensemble Céladon (dir. Paulin Bündgen)

"Tan m'abelis", a popular theme by Berenguier de Palazol aka Brenguer de Palou (1160–1209) as performed by Ensemble Céladon (dir. Paulin Bündgen)

"L'autrier jost' una sebissa", a 'pastorela' (BnF, MS fr. 22543 - Chansonnier La Vallière, s. XIV) by Marcabrú (Gascony, fl. c. 1130-50). Martí de Riquer: "Primera pastorela de la poesía provenzal, llena de gracia y humor (subrayado por la melodía), en la que Marcabrú contrapone el ambiente cortés al ambiente rústico o villano. La pastora halla siempre respuesta adecuada y llena de desenfado a las proposiciones del caballero, quien, al final, queda burlado en sus pretensiones".

"L'autrier jost' una sebissa", a 'pastorela' (BnF, MS fr. 22543 - Chansonnier La Vallière, s. XIV) by Marcabrú (Gascony, fl. c. 1130-50). Martí de Riquer: "Primera pastorela de la poesía provenzal, llena de gracia y humor (subrayado por la melodía), en la que Marcabrú contrapone el ambiente cortés al ambiente rústico o villano. La pastora halla siempre respuesta adecuada y llena de desenfado a las proposiciones del caballero, quien, al final, queda burlado en sus pretensiones".

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