Trobar sen / trying to make sense of November (3): the 11th

A day of remembrance, and thus also of song and of poetry.

Remembering 11 November via Twitter selections: idiosyncratically, impressionistically, but humbly humanly with all the limitations those things entail.

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Lyric song and soundscape:

Sustaining sing-along medieval Occitan poetry 1
Gaston Febus / Alidé Sans, “Se canta”

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Sustaining sing-along medievalist #InTheMiddle Occitan poetry 2
Nadau, “L’Immortèla”

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Sharing today’s soundscape
Lyric poetry & song
Sustaining work & life
The medievalist Occitan trobairitz Alidé Sans
alidesans.com

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