Why is there no record of music written by the Troubadors, but there was written music for the church?
According to musical history, religious music preceded any secular music including cultural folk music, which was not considered as legitimate worldwide until the late 17th century, but was challenged as early as medieval times. [ This fact reflects the faith values of humanity, being first and foremost and also because it was more universal in its ideas, easily shared over the world, especially
Europe. The conflict of war is responsible for generating musical styles that deal with human survival, including genuine narratives. Cultural trauma was first noticed by the break from monk incantations and notably the Troubadours.
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