Troubadours, trouvères, minne-and meistersinger
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Troubadours, trouvères, minne-and meistersinger by Gennrich, Friedrich

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Published by Arno Volk Verlag in Köln .
Written in English


  • Minnesang.,
  • Music -- 500-1400.,
  • Songs, French.,
  • Songs, German (Middle High German),
  • Songs, Provençal.,
  • Troubadours.,
  • Trouvères.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesTroubadours, trouvères, minnesang and meistergesang.
Statementby Friedrich Gennrich ; authorized translation by Rodney G. Dennis.
SeriesAnthology of music -- no. 2, Musikwerk (Anthology of Music) -- no. 2
The Physical Object
Pagination72 p. :
Number of Pages72
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14807878M

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