5 edition of feminist interpretation of the Galician-Portuguese cantigas de amigo found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -248) and index.
|Statement||Maria Lima Schantz.|
|Series||Spanish studies ;, v. 29, Spanish studies (Lewiston, N.Y.) ;, v. 29.|
|LC Classifications||PQ9040 .S34 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 252 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||252|
|LC Control Number||2004058479|
‘Os amores ei’: Performativity and Implicature in a Galician-Portuguese cantiga de amigo Vincent Barletta Stanford University Operating at the blurry intersection between the physical world and the symbolic realm of textual signification, medieval lyric poetry presents scholars with a uniqueCited by: 1. The similarity of the cantigas de amigo, the popular poetry of Gil Vicente and the folklore of the regions of the north (Minho, Tras-os-Montes) reaffirms the Portuguese character of the aforesaid genre and that would later spread throughout Galicia and Asturias (see De Vasconcelos; Ferreira).
Disco de Cantigas de Santa Maria, le toca el turno a la 77 "Da que Deus Mamou". Venia trabajando, y a la vez invitando a amigos musicos de aca de Buenos Aires, quienes se sumaron a la idea, por las cantigas en si misma que tienen un poder de atraccion propio, por generosidad y cariño hacia uno. In the Cantigas de Santa Maria, also written in Galician-Portuguese dialect, a distinction can be made between the Cantigas de miragre, which recount the miracles brought about by the Blessed Virgin, and the Cantigas de loor (qv. Nos. 10, 60 and ), poetic hymns in praise of the Virgin.
The 2, poems in these books can be classified by content into three major categories: (1) the cantigas de amigo, laments of women for their lovers, dealing with sad partings, grief, and patient waiting and containing descriptions of nature that are permeated with saudade, the melancholy tone characteristic of Portuguese poetry; (2) the. Beautiful, atmospheric and infinitely delicate, the songs of Martín Codax remain among the finest examples of cantigas de amigo. Influenced by the poetry of the troubadours, infused with Christian, Arab and Celtic symbolism, the songs of Martín Codax nonetheless belong to the Galician- 5/5(4).
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Note on the proceedings
: A Feminist Interpretation Of The Galician-Portuguese Cantigas De Amigo (Spanish Studies) (): Schantz, Maria Lima: BooksAuthor: Maria Lima Schantz. The Galician-Portuguese cantigas de amigo and theories of origin --Authority, patriarchy, and the woman author --Feminism and woman's language --Courtly love: misogyny disguised --The Cantigas de amigo in sapphic context.
Series Title: Spanish studies (Lewiston, N.Y.), v. Responsibility: Maria Lima Schantz. More information: Table of contents. Galician-Portuguese "cantigas de amigo,” as well as in the writings of Leonor López de Córdoba and Florencia Pinar, but much remains to be done if we are to unravel the tightly woven threads of female voice and male ventriloquy of that voice.
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Topic: The Female Lyric “I” of Male Poets in Medieval Galician-Portuguese Cantigas de Amigo Time & Date: November 8, (Friday). Venue: Zhixin Speaker: Dr.
Xingyue (Inez) Zhou. Junior Fellow at the Society of Fellows in the Liberal Arts. Keywords: Cantigas de amigo, Eroticism, Galician-Portuguese troubadour lyric. It is an approach of the female images reproduced in the cantigas de amigo “Fui eu, madre, lavar meus cabelos” by Johan Soarez Coelho and “Levou s’ aa alva, levou s’ a velida” by Pero Meogo, both outstanding troubadours Galician-Portuguese.
PDF | On Jan 1,Vincent Barletta and others published Os amores ei: Performativity and Implicature in a Galician-Portuguese cantiga de amigo | Find, read and cite all the research you need. GLOSSA is the collective result of two phases of research, carried out between with the support of the Ministry of Science and Technology (cantigas d’amor and cantigas d’amigo, Origem: Península Ibérica.
As cantigas de amigo se dividem em: Características: expressam o sentimento feminino; é escrita pelo trovador; vóz da mulher camponesa ou pastora; direcionada a confidentes (animados ou inanimados); trabalho formal apurado. Diferenças entre as cantigas.
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Symphonia de Cantiga from the Cantigas de Santa Maria A song of Martim Codax from the Pergaminho Vindel In the Middle Ages, the Galician-Portuguese lyric, also known as trovadorismo in Portugal and trobadorismo in Galicia, was a lyric poetic school or movement.
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It explores the changes that have taken place in the Arab feminist discourse over the years by addressing the social, cultural, and ideological backgrounds of the region’s feminist over two centuries. In the Cantigas de Santa Maria, also written in Galician-Portuguese dialect, a distinction can be made between the Cantigas de miragre, which recount the miracles brought about by the Blessed Virgin, and the Cantigas de loor (qv.
Nos. 10, 60 and ), poetic hymns in praise of the Virgin. Following. During the talk, we will also get to appreciate several musical pieces from modern rendition and fado interpretation of cantigas to contemporary Brazilian music. Topic: The Female Lyric “I” of Male Poets in Medieval Galician-Portuguese Cantigas de Amigo.
The talk mainly focused on the most original and peculiar genre, "Songs of a Friend", which is “Cantigas de Amigo” in Portuguese. Male poets, including Dom Dinis, Martim Codax, and Mendinho, usually compose in women's voices, describing male characters from a female perspective.
Cantigas Gallego-Portugesas. For much of the 13 th and 14 th centuries, the most active centre of lyric poetry/songs in the Iberian Peninsula was the territory north and south of the border separating Portugal and Galicia.
These poems we know as Cantigas gallego-portuguesas or Galician-Portuguese Songs. That this poetry was composed in Galician-Portuguese may seem surprising at a time when.
THE CANTIGAS D' AMIGO 25 lyrics; and the abusive, sometimes obscene cantigas d' escarnio e de mal dizerJ One possible reason for the absence of women from the list of known Galician-Portuguese trovadores and jograis might be found in the atmos-phere of turmoil experienced in the Iberian Peninsula throughout the Middle Ages.
According to the Galician government, universities and main cultural institutions, such as the Galician Language Institute or the Royal Galician Academy, Galician and Portuguese are independent languages that stemmed from medieval Galician-Portuguese, and modern Galician must be considered an independent Romance language belonging to the group of Ibero-Romance languages having strong ties with Portuguese Language family: Indo-European.
We could say that the cantigas are the equivalent to troubadour songs in Galician-Portuguese language (from where modern Galician and Portuguese derive). Generally speaking we can set three types of cantigas: de amor, de amigo and de escarño e maldizer. The first type sings courtly love, the poet addresses to his beloved lady; the third type.
Cantigas de amigo. Structure. Introduction. The Cantigas de amigo (Songs about the Beloved), together with the Cantigas de amor (Love Songs) and Cantigas de escarnho or de mal dezir (Songs of Ridicule and Insults), constitute a major contribution to the lyric poetry in medieval Europe.
They were composed in the 13 th and 14 th centuries in Galician-Portuguese, the language that straddled the. A Feminist Interpretation of the Galician-Portuguese cantigas de amigo (Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, ) pp. Stevenson, J., Women Latin Poets: Language, Gender, and Authority, From Antiquity to the Eighteenth Century (Oxford: Oxford University Press, ) pp.Haroldo de Campos.
Besides the corpus of the parallelistic "can-tigas," the three Medieval Galician-Portuguese song-books contain two other types of love-poems: 1. The "cantigas de amigo," which are presented as if they still were women's songs, but in fact have been remodelled or created by the men whose names are in the manuscripts.Maria Lima Schantz A Feminist Interpretation Of The Galician-Portuguese Cantigas De AmigoEDWIN MELLEN PRESS, ISBN (EAN ) The Cambridge History of Spanish Literature,Edited by David T.
Gies, University of Virginia, ISBN | ISBNin the pa 48, 56, 88,