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MEDIEVAL SONG (1971)

by James J. Wilhelm

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a comprehensive overview of ancient songs from across Medieval Europe. Songs from Great Christian Hymns, Latin Lyrics (600-1050 AD), Provencal Songs, Italian Songs, Northern French Songs, German Songs, Great Britain (Old & Middle English) and Scottish-English songs
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PAUL SOREL
in return for Chopin
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PREFACE
 
In undertaking the task of presenting European medieval lyrics in translation I have been only too aware of the difficulties.
[I]
THE END OF THE
CLASSICAL LYRIC
 
As T. S. Eliot has suggested, cultures tend to end with whimpers, rather than with bangs, and the Roman Empire was not an exception.
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