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6, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The Stearns Square Summer Concert series took a turn toward rockabilly on July 31 with Truck Stop Troubadours taking the stage as part of the City of Springfield's weekly showcase of the downtown entertainment district.
Complete with the strumming of a Greek bouzouki, its a conversation between two lovers, Ysabella and Elias Cayrel, who was known to have courted the female troubadour at one point in Greece.
The new American Troubadours play Grateful Fred''s at The Atkinson on Wednesday July 2.
Troubadours on the Rhine was recorded before a live audience in Germany's SWR studios and the heartfelt applause at the end of each song adds an authenticity and aliveness to the album.
For example, Keyser's statement that the origin of' the music of troubadour song is enigmatic is certainly arguable, but should be read against Margaret Switten's convincing study of the influence of the Aquitanian versus on the melodies of troubadour song ("Versus and Troubadours Around 1100: A Comparative Study of Refrain: Technique in the New Song,' " Plainsong and Medieval Music 16 [2007]: 91143).
One was led by the troubadours, who had begun composing their lyric at the end of the eleventh century and would continue to do so through the mid thirteenth, when, for reasons that are still debated, the number of troubadours waned.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran's West Azerbaijan Province is planning to hold a festival to introduce the musical tradition of Azeri troubadours known as Ashiqs.
ROCK bands Little Man and The Troubadours were involved in a fight at a gig - over a bottle of JD.
The most post-modern of twentieth century thinkers, he reminds us, ground themselves both deliberately and consciously in the universe of the troubadours.
It was 1979 when Editions Payot first published Vie, la legend, l'influence d'Alienor, comtesse de Poitou, duchesse d'Aquitaine, reine de France, puis d'Angleterre, dame des troubadours et des bardes bretons, and 2000 when they released a second French edition as Alienor d'Aquitaine.
The Midwinter Madrigal Feast will feature the farcical enactment of ``Handel and Gretzky: A Tale of Two Kiddies,'' presented by an assortment of dancers, troubadours and the Beverly Hills Players.
North East band The Hardcore Troubadours will present a full-blown production featuring video effects and a cast of more than 30 on Wednesday and Thursday next week at the Customs House, South Shields.
Ffiona Swabey's Eleanor Of Aquitaine, Courtly Love, And The Troubadours (0313325235, $45.
His Italian genres are similar to those of the troubadours, and he also practiced their genres.
Cerveri de Girona, whose poetic production falls between 1259 and 1285, is the most impressive and best documented of the late Catalan troubadours, though for reasons Miriam Cabre explains in her excellent book, he has so far been relatively neglected by scholars, despite the fine editions by Marti de Riquer and Joan Coromines.