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  1. Aissi quon es sobronrada
  2. I' vo' bene a chi vol bene a me, ballata
  3. Oh bel visino tanto angelicato
  4. Or piangiamo che piange Maria (Lauda)
  5. Isabella
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  1. Aissi quon es sobronrada
  2. I' vo' bene a chi vol bene a me, ballata
  3. Oh bel visino tanto angelicato
  4. Or piangiamo che piange Maria (Lauda)
  5. Isabella
  6. Madonna santa Maria, lauda
  7. Bella figliola ca te chiamme Rosa, tammurriata
  8. A chantar m'er de so qu'en no volria, song
  9. Principio di virtů, istanpitta
  10. Oh re re lu passierelle n'dalla vena ("Oat Tarantella") (Pouilles area)
  11. Salterello I (14th century)
  12. Camini por altas torres, song
  13. A la una yo nací (Sarajevo)
  14. Un pregón pregonó el rey, song
  15. Durme hermozo hijico, berceuse
  16. Nani nani, Sephardic cradle song
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If you attend some concerts of medieval music or take a course covering the music of the period, you will encounter pieces by singers known as troubadours or trouvčres, depending on where in France they came from, or minnesingers, if from German-speaking lands. But Europe was more linguistically diverse 6-700 years ago than it is today, and medieval songs from a variety of places, some in languages no longer spoken, have come down to the present day, perhaps by oral transmission, perhaps collected by scholars or other ...

Mediterranea 2009, Zig Zag Territoires

UPC: 3760009292000

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