Download A Bilingual Edition of the Love Songs of Bernart De Ventadorn in Occitan and English: Sugar and Salt (Studies in Mediaeval Literature) fb2
by De Ventadorn Bernart,Mark Herman,Ronnie Apter
- ISBN: 0773480099
- Category: Fiction
- Author: De Ventadorn Bernart,Mark Herman,Ronnie Apter
- Subcategory: Poetry
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Edwin Mellen Pr; Bilingual ed. edition (September 1, 1999)
- Pages: 307 pages
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by De Ventadorn Bernart (Author), Mark Herman (Translator) . Hardcover: 307 pages.
by De Ventadorn Bernart (Author), Mark Herman (Translator), Ronnie Apter (Translator) & 0 more. ISBN-13: 978-0773480094. Here is a book, where all the songs of Bernart de Ventadorn are together including music, original texts, literary translations and free translations. The music is transcripted, and unfortunately not in orginal notation, but the quality of the transciptions is good. The litarary translations are a great help in understandig the poems.
Bernart praised love above all else in his music and poetry, and his passion .
Bernart praised love above all else in his music and poetry, and his passion ran deeply through his work. After a lengthy introduction in which she provides historical background bot Bernart praised love above all else in his music and poetry, and his passion ran deeply through his work. 0773480099 (ISBN13: 9780773480094).
After a lengthy introduction in which she provides historical background both of Bernart and the trobador phenomenon, she translates each song in both poetical and literal forms to allow all of the meanings of Bernart's work to shine through, and she includes musical arrangements that would satisfy even a 12th-century trobador.
Studies in Mediaeval Literature. By (author) Ronnie Apter, Foreword by Nathaniel Smith, Preface by Burton Raffel. Bernart praised love above all else in his music and poetry, and his passion ran deeply through his work. The love songs of Bernart de Ventadorn; attribution to Bernart rejected by Carl Appel; appendices; works consulted; indices of first lines; index of subject and authors.
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Die Singweisen Bernarts von Ventadorn nach den handschriften mitgeteilt. Nature, Humanity, and Love in Song of Songs. Daniel Grossberg - 2005 - Interpretation: A Journal of Bible and Theology 59 (3):229-242. Helen Robbins Bittermann - 1934 - Speculum 9 (4):446-446. The Democratic Right to Full Bilingual Education. Thomas Kleven - manuscript. José Vasconcelos - 1979 - Johns Hopkins University Press.
Bernart de Ventadorn, Ronnie Apter. Walter Blue, Bernart De Ventadorn, Ronnie Apter.
Volume 17 of the series Studies in Mediaeval Literature (Series ISBN 0-88946-314 X). Lewiston, New York; Queenston, Ontario; Lampeter, Wales: The Edwin Mellen Press, 1999. Poetry translations published in anthologies. Susanna E. Zeidler: "Beglaubigung der Jungfer Poeterey, In Witness of Women Poets," in The Muse Strikes Back: A Poetic Response by Women to Men, pp. 89–90. Katherine McAlpine & Gail White, Eds. xxi + 312 pp. Three Oaks Farm, Brownsville, Oregon: Story Line Press, 1997.
Bernart de Ventadorn, also known as Bernard de Ventadour or Bernat del Ventadorn, was a prominent troubadour of the classical age of troubadour poetry. He was born in 1135, and died in 1194. Now thought of as "the Master Singer" he developed the cançons into a more formalized style which allowed for sudden turns.