Dante Alighieri: relations with troubadour poetry (female) and the use of minority languages.
On the occasion of the 700th anniversary of Dante’s death, Paola Bertello and Cecilia Lasagno have created a show in which the first vulgar language is given a new voice that has established itself with literary dignity in Europe, considering however the less remembered interpreters of the wonderful and very rich repertoire Trobadorian: women.
It is a theatrical and musical event to discover the Trobairitz: the two artists will accompany you on a journey through time between the themes and voices of courtly feminine poetry. It is curious to observe how one of the most famous trobairitz was the Comtessa de Dia who, by chance, was called Beatriz.
Also on the 700th anniversary of his death, the opportunity is taken to emphasize Dante’s relationship with linguistic phenomena, accom-panied on an informative / theatrical journey.
Written, directed by Paola Bertello Cecilia Lasagno: harp
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