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Guy Gavriel Kay. From the vidan of the troubadour, Anselme of Cauva. nselme, who has ever been acknowledged as the first and perhaps the greatest of all the troubadours of Arbonne, was of modest birth, the youngest son of a clerk in the castle of a baron near Cauvas. From that time was Anselme's fortune assured, and the fate of the troubadours of Arbonne likewise made sure, for Anselme swiftly rose high in the friendship and trust of Count Folquet and in the esteem and very great affection of the noble Countess Dia.
Song for Arbonne is, like many of Guy Gavriel Kay's works, a pseudo-historical fantasy set in a fictional yet wholly recognizable time and place in our own world, in this case, 13th century France, specifically, the southern provinces (Aquitaine, Provence, Burgundy, et. Here the eponymous fictional kingdom of "Arbonne" acts as the stand-in.
Through the years, while writing his dramatic inter. Lord of Emperors (The Sarantine Mosaic, by Guy Gavriel Kay. 2001·.
A SONG FOR ARBONNE Guy Gavriel Kay. In time, Count Folquet himself, under the tutelage of Anselme of Cauvas, began to make his own songs, and from that day it may be said that the art and reputation of the troubadours has never been diminished or endangered in Arbonne, and has indeed grown and flourished in all the known countries of the world. She stood there for a moment, undecided, listening to the uproar inside, a confused flurry of emotions working within her. As she hesitated. As she hesitated, debating whether she wanted the conviviality of the tavern. itself or the relative intimacy of a chamber upstairs, the noise subsided and a thin, reedy voice came drifting through the window, singing a plangent hymn to Rian. Lisseut walked quickly around the corner, went down the laneway in back of the tavern, opened the rear door and started up the stairs.
The matriarchal, cultured land of Arbonne is rent by a feud between its two most powerful dukes, the noble troubador Bertran de Talair and Urte de Miraval, over long-dead Aelis, lover of one, wife of the other and once heir to the country's throne. To the north lies militaristic Gorhaut, whose inhabitants worship the militant god Corannos and are ruled by corrupt, womanizing King Ademar. His chief advisor, the high priest of Corannos, is determined to irradicate the worship of a female deity, whose followers live to the south
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