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Carmina Burana, Volume I

Edited and translated by David A. Traill

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ISBN 9780674660250

Publication Date: 01/15/2018

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  • Introduction
    • The Manuscript
    • Arrangement of the Poems
    • Authors
      • Latin Authors
        • Archpoet
        • Ausonius, Decimus Magnus (ca. 310–395)
        • Disticha Catonis/Dicta Catonis (Sayings of Cato)
        • Godfrey of Saint Victor (ca. 1125/30–1194)
        • Godfrey of Winchester (ca. 1050–1107)
        • Hugh Primas (ca. 1093–1160)
        • Marbod of Rennes (ca. 1035–1123)
        • The Marner (ca. 1210–1270)
        • Otloh of Saint Emmeram (1013–1072)
        • The Two Peters of Blois
        • Peter of Riga (ca. 1140–1209)
        • Philip the Chancellor (ca. 1160–1236)
        • Walter of Châtillon (1130/40–1180/90)
      • German Authors
        • Dietmar von Aist (second-half 12th century)
        • Freidank (active ca. 1215–1233)
        • Heinrich von Morungen (active ca. 1200)
        • Neidhart (active ca. 1210–ca. 1240)
        • Otto von Botenlauben (active probably ca. 1190–1200)
        • Reinmar (active ca. 1200)
        • Walther von der Vogelweide (active ca. 1190–ca. 1230)
    • Meter, Rhythm, and Rhyme
      • Metrical Verse
      • Rhythmical Verse
      • Rhymes
    • Music
      • Medieval
      • Carl Orff (1895–1982)
    • Translation
    • Acknowledgments
    • Notes
  • Carmina Burana
    • Original Collection, 1–102
  • Abbreviations
  • Note on the Text
  • Notes to the Text
  • Notes to the Translation

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