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'''Trobar clus''', or closed form, was the style of poetry used by [[troubadour]]s for their morediscerning audiences, and it was only truly appreciated by an elite few. It was developed extensively by [[Marcabru]], but by 1200 its inaccessibility led to its disappearance.
 
'''Trobar clus''', or closed form, was the style of poetry used by [[troubadour]]s for their morediscerning audiences, and it was only truly appreciated by an elite few. It was developed extensively by [[Marcabru]], but by 1200 its inaccessibility led to its disappearance.
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''See Also'':
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*[[trobar leu]]
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*[[trobar ric]]

Revision as of 13:46, 28 July 2004

Trobar clus, or closed form, was the style of poetry used by troubadours for their morediscerning audiences, and it was only truly appreciated by an elite few. It was developed extensively by Marcabru, but by 1200 its inaccessibility led to its disappearance.

See Also: