troubadour


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When that is off we shall see how he regards the fair maid whose heart he cannot win, though her stern father bestows her hand," returned the troubadour.
Small harm then, but that my horse Troubadour trod with a tender foot upon a sharp stick, rearing and throwing me to the ground.
Why, then away ran Troubadour, for belike I spurred him in falling, and Bertrand rode after him as hard as hoofs could bear him.
Pickwick, with the brigand on one arm, and the troubadour on the other, walked solemnly up the entrance.
Pickwick, ma'am,' said a servant, as that gentleman approached the presiding goddess, with his hat in his hand, and the brigand and troubadour on either arm.
There, in the twelfth century, under a delightful climate and in a region of enchanting beauty, had arisen a luxurious civilization whose poets, the troubadours, many of them men of noble birth, had carried to the furthest extreme the woman-worship of medieval chivalry and had enshrined it in lyric poetry of superb and varied sweetness and beauty.
He was trapped as if by magic into a garden of troubadours, a Watteau fairyland; and, willing to shake off such amorous imbecilities by speech, he stepped briskly after his enemy.
Cravayat, 'Les origines du troubadour Jaufre Rudel', Romania, LXXI (1950), 166-79 (PP.
I'm really happy with this album," says the broad-shouldered troubadour.
Crosby starts his tour in late January with multiple nights at City Winery in New York City (1/28, 1/29, 1/31, 2/1), The Barns at Wolftrap in Vienna, VA (2/3, 2/4, 2/6), City Winery in Chicago (2/8-9), The Great American Music Hall in San Francisco (2/20-21), ending with several sold out nights at the Troubadour in Los Angeles (2/23, 2/24, 2/25, 2/27, 2/28).
for a club tour, which includes a stop at the Troubadour on Sunday.
This book's thesis is that modern views of textuality which underpin scholarly editions of troubadour poetry produce a misrepresentation of the texts.
Set in a fictional country besieged by a civil war that has gone on so long that people have forgotten why they are fighting, Jack Fate (Dylan), a wandering troubadour, is busted from prison by his former scheming manager (John Goodman) in attempt to rekindle his career.
Crosby starts his tour in late January with four nights at City Winery in New York City (1/28, 1/29, 1/31, 2/1), The Barns at Wolf Trap in Vienna, VA (2/3, 2/4, 2/6), sold out shows at the City Winery in Chicago (2/8-9), The Great American Music Hall in San Francisco (2/20-21), and ends with five sold out nights at the Troubadour in Los Angeles (2/23, 24, 25, 27, 28).
That is, indeed, the tale being related here after it's been masticated, musicalized and generally messed with by the Troubadour Theater Company, whose presentation of ``Much Adoobie Bothers About Nothing'' (The Bard meets Guy Allison, Tom Johnston and the boys.