sedia-m'eu na ermida de San Simion, MENDINHO. Nothing is known about him. Scholars assume that he was galician and jogral (a non-noble minstrel) active in the early 13th century. One of the earliest poets in this genre whose work has survived. A single cantiga d'amigo left, but it is among the most famous in the Galician-Portuguese corpus of around 1685 texts. Admired for its imagery (critics say the girl is afraid of the waves of her own passion), its rhythm, its formal and semantic…
Trovadorismo - poesia: Cantigas de amor, de amigo e de escárnio e maldizer
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CANTIGAS DE AMIGO. Mendiño, Martin Codax, Johan de Cangas and Nuno Treez. The four authors bequeathed "Cantigas de Amigo," but also "songs about boyfriend" classified into two types generic considered more genuine, more from "Galicia" (at least in its origin, as they could eventually become a kind of fashion that spread throughout the Iberian Peninsula at s. XIII, in the Kingdom of Portugal and Castilla and stepped beyond the Pyrenees: CANTIGAS DAS MARIÑAS and CANTIGAS DE ROMARÍA.