Cancionero

(from the article `Encina, Juan del`) ...in 1492. He wrote for the court a number of ├ęglogas (short pastoral plays) incorporating music. Eight of his plays and most of his poetry were ... Juan del Encina helped emancipate the drama from ecclesiastical ties by giving performances for noble patrons. His Cancionero (1496; `Song...
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Cancionero

[ensemble] Cancionero is the name of an early music ensemble based in the Sevenoaks and Maidstone area of Kent who perform the songs and dance music of the Middle Ages and also early Renaissance music from the Tudor court. Performances in period costume, encouraging audience dancing, at Penshurst Place and Tudor workshops for schools have b...
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cancionero

Collection of early lyrical poems, especially those collections made by the poetic guilds that flourished in Spain and Portugal in the Middle Ages. The ol ...
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