PRINCE of the
See also:flute and ivy, all thy foes Record the bounty that thy
See also:grace bestows, But we, thy servants, to thy
See also:glory cling, And with no frigid lips our songs compose, And deathless praises to the
See also:God sing." In the
See also:middle ages the chant royal was largely used for the praise of the Virgin Mary . Eustache Deschamps (1340-1410) distinguishes these Marian chants royaux, which were called " serventois," by the
See also:absence of an envoi . These poems are first mentioned by Rutebeuf, a
See also:trouvere of the 13th century . The chant royal is practically unknown outside French and
See also:English literature . (E .
GIUSEPPE PRINA (1768–1814)
PRINCE (Lat. princeps, from primus capio, " I am th...
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