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Keys to understanding the history and future of musical prophecy.
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Richie Havens, Guitarist and Singer, Dies at 72

Richie Havens, Guitarist and Singer, Dies at 72 | Troubadour Studies | Scoop.it
Mr. Havens marshaled a craggy voice and a percussive guitar to play his way into immortality at Woodstock in 1969, improvising “Freedom” on the fly.
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Zaryâb - fravahr.org

Zaryâb - fravahr.org | Troubadour Studies | Scoop.it
What is presented to the reader here is a brief account of the life of one of the most distinguished personalities of Iranian music, literature, (...)...

 

Into the life of Ziryab ("Blackbird") and his impact on modern culture.

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Michel Serres: The Troubadour of Knowledge, University of Michigan Press

Michel Serres: The Troubadour of Knowledge, University of Michigan Press | Troubadour Studies | Scoop.it

A fundamental starting point to Troubadorial Studies.

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Introduction to the Viruses

Introduction to the Viruses | Troubadour Studies | Scoop.it

A general overview of virus characteristics and functions, which resonate with those of the troubadour. 

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Saudi Aramco World : Flight of the Blackbird

Saudi Aramco World : Flight of the Blackbird | Troubadour Studies | Scoop.it

Ziryab: a fine example of how a troubador greatly impacts social reality, as he is said to be responsible for a cultural blurring between the orient and the occident in the 9th century. 

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As Woody Guthrie Turns 100, We Protest Too Little

As Woody Guthrie Turns 100, We Protest Too Little | Troubadour Studies | Scoop.it
The American folk hero Woody Guthrie will be honored at the Kennedy Center, but rabble-rousing, not respectability, was his goal.
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