Bernard de Ventadour

Bernart de Ventadorn (auch: Bernart de Ventadour) (* 11301140; † 11901200) war ein Troubadour, Komponist und Poet.

Bernart de Ventadorn war möglicherweise der Sohn eines Bäckers auf der Burg Ventadour, heute in der Gemeinde Moustier-Ventadour im Département Corrèze.

Als erster Trobador gilt Herzog Wilhelm IX. von Aquitanien (1071–1127). Die Kunst der Trobadors erreichte in der Mitte des 12. Jahrhunderts durch Bernart de Ventadorn ihre reinste Darstellung und breitete sich nach Norden ("Trouvères") und Osten (deutscher Minnesang) aus.


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