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13915 Burnet Road, Suite 402
Austin, TX 78728
United States

(512) 377-6961

Founded in 1987 by Daniel Johnson, the Texas Early Music Project is dedicated to preserving and advancing the art of Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, and early Classical music through performance, recordings, and educational outreach. 

Unrequited Love: Troubadours of France & Spain

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Unrequited Love: Troubadours of France & Spain

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Unrequited Love: Troubadours of France & Spain


Price includes shipping within the U.S. Shipping charges will apply to international orders. Questions? Please contact us.

About this musical offering...

The word troubadour comes from trobar—to find, to discover, to compose. In the fertile ground of Occitania and Galicia, the art of trobar became an important and inspirational craft. Rules of conduct and secular morals, the importance of courtesy and honor in relationships, and the highly valued and much misunderstood ideal of unrequited love were frequent subjects of troubadour lyrics. Western poetry itself was bor n from the forms, styles, and themes created by the troubadours of Occitania. We complete our picture of the culture of the time with examples of Aquitanian chant, Iberian monophony, and the “boyfriend” songs of Martim Codax.

Recorded live March 3, 2013, at First Presbyterian Church, Austin, TX. Jay Norwood, engineer.

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Enjoy these audio samples from Unrequited Love:
*Arrangements and added polyphony by D Johnson

 Cantigas d’amigo (Martim Codax – fl. mid 13th century, Galicia)*


The Musicians

Our Guest Artists:
Joel Nesvadba, singer
Mary Springfels, vielle & citole

Elaine Barber, harp
Cayla Cardiff, singer & percussion
Scott Horton, gittern
Jenny Houghton, singer
Daniel Johnson, singer & psaltery
Jane Leggiero, vielle


Stephanie Prewitt, singer
Susan Richter, recorder
Kit Robberson, vielle
Meredith Ruduski, singer
Jenifer Thyssen, singer
John Walters, rebec & vielle