Rei glorios

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Giraut de Bornelh, c. 1138-1215

This is a troubadour song in the language of Occitan from today’s Southern France, in which we have incorporated a faster dance estampie version. It is nighttime and a couple are meeting in secrecy. Their loyal friend prays to God (glorious king, ‘Rei glorios’) for help and calls out to warn them, for soon it will be dawn…

But they answer that they neither care about her jealous husband nor the breaking dawn. Maybe the song tells the story of the legendary couple, Tristan and Isolde.

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Troubadoursang på occitansk fra det nuværende Sydfrankrig og dansant estampie-version af samme melodi. Det er nat, og et elskende par mødes i hemmelighed. Deres loyale ven beder Gud (gloværdige konge, ’Rei glorios’) om hjælp og kalder for at advare dem
– for snart bliver det morgen…

Men de svarer, at de er ligeglade med såvel hendes jaloux ægtemand som med morgengryet. Måske handler sangen om det legendariske par, Tristan og Isolde.

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from Götterfunken, released September 14, 2018

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Early music ensemble playing European melodies and songs from the Middle Ages.

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