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Adele Aimar AlMAR Amfos arms Audiart Barral Bergue blood boar spear breast church Clara Count of Roussillon Count Raimon crosses CURTAIN Act dagger dead death door Dragoman drink Enter Raimon Exit eyes face fair fair ladies fear flagons front gesture give guedan Guilhem and Seremonda hair Hall of Castle hand handspring heard heart heaven Hebe heigho hell Heraclius kill kiss knees lady Languedoc lark lips lord lover maid mark of Cain meddler monda morning night oath pale passing path pray queen Raimon Laughing Raimon looks Raimon takes red as fire Red Wine Saint Bacchus Saint Leidier Scene selfsame Seremonda goes shoulder side sing sits sleeve smile song staggers back stoup of wine sure swear sweet sword tell thought throat throws Tiberias to-day to-night troubadour Vidal and Berguedan Village of Roussillon VlDAL watches weary window Wine of Roussillon young
Page 138 - Seems worth a thought when he appears. So when toward love your fancy veers, Love him, I beg, and warmly, too, — No lady should reject his vow. By this fair knight — I know not who — Refuse no longer to be won. For my sake be not such a nun; But gain the love that perseveres, In peace and concord through the years, What I advise 't is best you do. Fear not, I order and allow.
Page 133 - I have donned my glittering coat of mail, And girt my sword, Hugh's gift that cannot fail, Whither I go, the earth doth shake with fear' No foes I meet that do not 'fore me pale, And yield me place; nought doth their pride avail, So great their terror when my step they hear.
Page 133 - Of chivalry and love I am the flower, Bravest among the brave — in lady's bower Is none more courteous and more debonair, Nor in the battle-field of greater power, So that my enemies in terror cower At thought of me, nor to confront me dare.
Page 141 - God was pleased to let me see your face, My heart took leave of every other thought, And every wish — except for you — gave place.
Page 138 - Fair lady, I am sent to you, — T will all be plain ere I am done, — To greet you on behalf of one Whose love for you supports and cheers.
Page 11 - There is no bad wine made in Roussillon: There is no good. It is all best.
Page 81 - God and your good faith, Have you a lady whom you sing and love?