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Baudouin des Auteus

Baudouin des Auteus: “

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”’Baudouin des Auteus”’ ({{lang-la|Balduinus de Altaribus}}) was a [[Picardy|Picard]] [[trouvère]] of the early thirteenth century, probably from [[Autheux]] near [[Doullens]].<ref>François-Xavier Féghali (1875), [,-ou-des-Autheux.cfm ‘Baudouin des Auteus, ou des Autheux,’] ”Dictionnaire des noms, surnoms et pseudonymes latins de l’histoire littéraire du Moyen Age (1100 à 1530)”, Alfred Franklin, ed. (Paris: Librairie de Firmin-Didot et Cie).</ref> Unfortunately, ‘the two works attributed to him are both of disputed authorship.'<ref>[[Theodore Cyrus Karp|Theodore Karp]], [ ‘Baudouin des Auteus,’] ”Grove Music Online”, ”Oxford Music Online” (accessed 20 September 2008).</ref>

The song ”M’ame et mon cors doing a celi” is recorded with two different melodies, one in the manuscript tradition of [[BnF]] F-Pa 5198 and another in the [[Chansonnier du Roi]] and [[Noailles Chansonnier]]. The latter melody is non-repetitive, while the poem is [[Isometre|isometric]]. The other song ascribed by some manuscripts to Baudouin is ”Avril ne mai, froidure ne let tans”. It too is isometric, [[decasyllabic]], and having eight-line stanzas. Though it is also attributed to [[Gace Brulé]], the attribution to Baudouin is more likely.<ref>Theodore Karp (1962), ‘Borrowed Material in Trouvère Music,’ ”Acta Musicologica”, ”’34”'(3), 98.</ref>

It was once suggested that Baudouin des Auteus was the same Baudouin that participated in some ”[[jeux partis]]” with [[Theobald I of Navarre]], but this is dubious.



(Via Wikipedia – New pages [en].)

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