Conception & research: Pierre-F. Roberge
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Last update: 10/30/1999
When a link appears in the table, this is a link to the specific discography of that troubadour. Each discography is divided into three parts.
Part I is a list of lyrics generally attributed to the troubadour, followed by a specific discography. Within each individual entry, after the recording date appears in brackets, a combination of two letters is used:
I tried to list titles according to their label and release dates. In the linked section, I tried to follow the track order of recording; in some cases when the recording was not available, the order may need correction by a careful reader owning the disc. In Part I, my goal is to cover all original recordings, but this may well be wishful thinking without comments and corrections. These could be directed to my E-mail address <email@example.com>. Credit for any significant contribution will be given at the end of the discography.
Part II is a list of all CD titles (original and transferred from LP, Cassette or 78 rpm) available on the market since the beginning of CD production; the reference is always the most recent release known.
Part III (optional) lists newly released or soon to be released CDs when precise information is not yet available.
There are many but I suggest two recent publications that are very comprehensive in their analysis of Troubadours' Songs and Poetry with plenty of references. The first is in English:
The other is in French:
Also of interest
(1) An educational CD-ROM
(2) And an anthology:
To Songs of the Troubadours - Index
To Early Music FAQPierre-F. Roberge