The Romance of Daude Pradas on the Four Cardinal Virtues

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Very little is known of the life of Daude de Pradas. The short notice which in some manuscripts is prefixed to his songs merely tells us that he was from Rouergue, of the town of Pradas, near Rhodez; that he was canon of the church of Maguelonne, a man of talent and learning, a great connaisseur 'dels auzels prendedors,' and that he wrote songs. The songs however, not being the expression of real feeling, were not popular, or often sung.

There is in the Collection Doat (Par. Bibl. Nat. Salle des Mss.) V, 174 the 'Acte de l'hommage fait par Henry, Comte de Rhodés, au Comte de Leicestre, Seigneur de Montfort, VII Idus Nov. 1214. At the end of this document we find among the names of the witnesses “D. de Pradas, Magistro W, canonicis Ruthenensibus.” It would seem then that Daude was canon at Rouergue before he went to Maguelonne; unless perhaps he held both positions at the same time.

In the Statuta Magalonensis Ecclesisæ, (1 under date of 4 and 5 Nov. 1331, we find a document which was executed “in presencia et testimonio dictorum arbitrorum et Deodati, canonici ejusdem ecclesiæ Magalone, qui jussus hsec omnia scripsit.”

Almost as little is known of his friends or protectors. One of his songs was written on the death of Uc Brunet; another is dedicated to Guy d'Uysselh; still another to a seigneur of Arles, who, according to Millot, was probably Guillaume d'Obriac, podestà of Arles in the year 1213. The brothers of Rocafuelh, who are mentioned in the same song, possessed the château of that name in the diocese of Nîmes. The poem on the four cardinal virtues is dedicated (v. 1795) to the bishop Esteves, who was doubtless Estèphe III de Chalançon, bishop of Puy en Vellay from 1220 to 1231. The date of the composition may therefore be placed somewhere between these limits. It is difficult to see why the songs of Daude de Pradas were not more successful, for they are hardly inferior to the common average; and the large number of manuscripts in which they are found would seem to indicate that they were very generally known.

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Descripción Createspace, United States, 2015. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.From the beginning of the Introduction. Very little is known of the life of Daude de Pradas. The short notice which in some manuscripts is prefixed to his songs merely tells us that he was from Rouergue, of the town of Pradas, near Rhodez; that he was canon of the church of Maguelonne, a man of talent and learning, a great connaisseur dels auzels prendedors, and that he wrote songs. The songs however, not being the expression of real feeling, were not popular, or often sung. There is in the Collection Doat (Par. Bibl. Nat. Salle des Mss.) V, 174 the Acte de l hommage fait par Henry, Comte de Rhodes, au Comte de Leicestre, Seigneur de Montfort, VII Idus Nov. 1214. At the end of this document we find among the names of the witnesses D. de Pradas, Magistro W, canonicis Ruthenensibus. It would seem then that Daude was canon at Rouergue before he went to Maguelonne; unless perhaps he held both positions at the same time. In the Statuta Magalonensis Ecclesisae, (1 under date of 4 and 5 Nov. 1331, we find a document which was executed in presencia et testimonio dictorum arbitrorum et Deodati, canonici ejusdem ecclesiae Magalone, qui jussus hsec omnia scripsit. Almost as little is known of his friends or protectors. One of his songs was written on the death of Uc Brunet; another is dedicated to Guy d Uysselh; still another to a seigneur of Arles, who, according to Millot, was probably Guillaume d Obriac, podesta of Arles in the year 1213. The brothers of Rocafuelh, who are mentioned in the same song, possessed the chateau of that name in the diocese of Nimes. The poem on the four cardinal virtues is dedicated (v. 1795) to the bishop Esteves, who was doubtless Estephe III de Chalancon, bishop of Puy en Vellay from 1220 to 1231. The date of the composition may therefore be placed somewhere between these limits. It is difficult to see why the songs of Daude de Pradas were not more successful, for they are hardly inferior to the common average; and the large number of manuscripts in which they are found would seem to indicate that they were very generally known. Nº de ref. de la librería APC9781515014348

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Descripción Createspace, United States, 2015. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. From the beginning of the Introduction. Very little is known of the life of Daude de Pradas. The short notice which in some manuscripts is prefixed to his songs merely tells us that he was from Rouergue, of the town of Pradas, near Rhodez; that he was canon of the church of Maguelonne, a man of talent and learning, a great connaisseur dels auzels prendedors, and that he wrote songs. The songs however, not being the expression of real feeling, were not popular, or often sung. There is in the Collection Doat (Par. Bibl. Nat. Salle des Mss.) V, 174 the Acte de l hommage fait par Henry, Comte de Rhodes, au Comte de Leicestre, Seigneur de Montfort, VII Idus Nov. 1214. At the end of this document we find among the names of the witnesses D. de Pradas, Magistro W, canonicis Ruthenensibus. It would seem then that Daude was canon at Rouergue before he went to Maguelonne; unless perhaps he held both positions at the same time. In the Statuta Magalonensis Ecclesisae, (1 under date of 4 and 5 Nov. 1331, we find a document which was executed in presencia et testimonio dictorum arbitrorum et Deodati, canonici ejusdem ecclesiae Magalone, qui jussus hsec omnia scripsit. Almost as little is known of his friends or protectors. One of his songs was written on the death of Uc Brunet; another is dedicated to Guy d Uysselh; still another to a seigneur of Arles, who, according to Millot, was probably Guillaume d Obriac, podesta of Arles in the year 1213. The brothers of Rocafuelh, who are mentioned in the same song, possessed the chateau of that name in the diocese of Nimes. The poem on the four cardinal virtues is dedicated (v. 1795) to the bishop Esteves, who was doubtless Estephe III de Chalancon, bishop of Puy en Vellay from 1220 to 1231. The date of the composition may therefore be placed somewhere between these limits. It is difficult to see why the songs of Daude de Pradas were not more successful, for they are hardly inferior to the common average; and the large number of manuscripts in which they are found would seem to indicate that they were very generally known. Nº de ref. de la librería APC9781515014348

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Descripción CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 104 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.2in.From the beginning of the Introduction. Very little is known of the life of Daude de Pradas. The short notice which in some manuscripts is prefixed to his songs merely tells us that he was from Rouergue, of the town of Pradas, near Rhodez; that he was canon of the church of Maguelonne, a man of talent and learning, a great connaisseur dels auzels prendedors, and that he wrote songs. The songs however, not being the expression of real feeling, were not popular, or often sung. There is in the Collection Doat (Par. Bibl. Nat. Salle des Mss. ) V, 174 the Acte de lhommage fait par Henry, Comte de Rhods, au Comte de Leicestre, Seigneur de Montfort, VII Idus Nov. 1214. At the end of this document we find among the names of the witnesses D. de Pradas, Magistro W, canonicis Ruthenensibus. It would seem then that Daude was canon at Rouergue before he went to Maguelonne; unless perhaps he held both positions at the same time. In the Statuta Magalonensis Ecclesis, (1 under date of 4 and 5 Nov. 1331, we find a document which was executed in presencia et testimonio dictorum arbitrorum et Deodati, canonici ejusdem ecclesi Magalone, qui jussus hsec omnia scripsit. Almost as little is known of his friends or protectors. One of his songs was written on the death of Uc Brunet; another is dedicated to Guy dUysselh; still another to a seigneur of Arles, who, according to Millot, was probably Guillaume dObriac, podest of Arles in the year 1213. The brothers of Rocafuelh, who are mentioned in the same song, possessed the chteau of that name in the diocese of Nmes. The poem on the four cardinal virtues is dedicated (v. 1795) to the bishop Esteves, who was doubtless Estphe III de Chalanon, bishop of Puy en Vellay from 1220 to 1231. The date of the composition may therefore be placed somewhere between these limits. It is difficult to see why the songs of Daude de Pradas were not more successful, for they are hardly inferior to the common average; and the large number of manuscripts in which they are found would seem to indicate that they were very generally known. This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Nº de ref. de la librería 9781515014348

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