Royalties from The MUSIC of LIFE are used to support concert performances and recordings by
The Oxford Trobadors in association with guest performers.
The Oxford Trobadors take their inspiration from the music of the language, Occitan, in which the 12th and 13th century Troubadours composed. The language and culture are still alive today in the south of France and parts of Italy and Catalonia. ‘Troubadour’ in Occitan is written ‘Trobador’. The language resembles Italian, Spanish and Portuguese and is very close to Catalan.
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Presented with guitarist Christoph
Video recording of Concert-Lecture "The Music of Life" at