Albertet de Sisteron, (1194-1221) troubadour natif de Gap, il était le fils d'un jongleur itinérant.↑ Albertet ou Albertetz est le diminutif occitan d'Albert, William P. Shepard, op. cit., p. 22.↑ Albertet de Sisteron↑ Dictionnaire de la Provence et de la Côte d'Azur, op. cit., p.28.

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  • Albertet de Sisteron, (1194-1221) troubadour natif de Gap, il était le fils d'un jongleur itinérant.
  • Albertet de Sestaro, sometimes called Albertet de Terascon (fl. 1194–1221), was a Provençal jongleur and troubadour from the Gapençais (Gapensés in Occitan). Of his total oeuvre, twenty three poems survive. "Albertet" or "Albertetz" is the Occitan diminutive of Albert. Unqualified it usually refers to Albertet de Sestaro, but there was an Albertet Cailla. According to his vida he was the son of a noble jongleur named Asar, one of whose pieces may survive. Albertet was reputed for his voice and for the innovative melodies of his short cansós, but not for his lyrics. Fellow troubadour Uc de Lescura praised Albertet's votz a ben dir ("well-spoken-of voice"). He was a welcomed performer and conversationalist in court society. Much of his life was spent at Orange, where he grew wealthy before moving to Lombardy, where he remained from 1210 to 1221. In Italy he frequented the courts of Savoy, Montferrat, Malaspina, Genoa, and the Este in Ferrara. At the Este court he probably came into contact with Guillem Augier Novella, Aimeric de Pegulhan, and Aimeric de Belenoi. He also travelled west of Provence as far as Montferrand, where he met Dalfí d'Alvernha, Gaucelm Faidit, and Peirol, and by some accounts he even took refuge in Spain at some point. Eventually he returned to Sisteron in the Forcalquier, where he died.One of Albertet's most famous works is a satire which heaps praise on seven prominent women of his time, notably Beatrice of Savoy, wife of Raymond Berengar IV of Provence. There is also a tensó between Albertet and Aimeric de Pegulhan: N'Albertz, chausetz a vostre sen. This tensó is evidence that Albertet called himself Albert, though later scribes usually employed the diminutive. Albertet also composed a tenso with Aimeric de Belenoi. He praised Augier and Gaucelm Faidit, and he honoured Peirol by name in one tornada:Asides from this request to Peirol, Albertet elsewhere begged his lady to learn his poems, possibly with an eye to the propagation through further singing and recitation:Despite his reputation as a musician, only two of his surviving works— the Mos coratges m'es camjatz and A! mi no fai chantar foilla ni flors (both cansós)—have complete melodies, though one other (En mon cor ai un' aital encobida) is partially extant. There is another piece, a descort entitled Bel m'es oimais, which does not survive with music in its only manuscript but which might have been the model for the strophic lai Bel m'est li tans of the trouvère Colin Muset. Another trouvère, Mahieu le Juif, was probably influenced by a piece of Albertet's in composing the text for his song beginning Par grant. Each piece of Albertet's surviving musical work is distinct, though on the whole it is conservative, written within one tenth interval, syllabic with melismas only at the ends of phrases. Mos coratges is conventional but ornate; En mon cor appears to have been through-composed; and A! mi no fai chantar is complex and subtle, written in a simple style, but with unique intervals and phrasing.
  • Albert de Sisteron, conegut com a Albertet, (fl. 1194 -1221) va ser un joglar i un trobador provençal de Gap. De la seva obra, han sobreviscut vint-i-tres poemes. "Albertet" o "Albertetz" és el diminutiu d'Albert en occità; tot i que aquesta denominació es refereix habitualment a Albertet de Sisteron, també hi havia un Albertet Caille.Va ser client, entre d'altres, de les corts de Catalunya-Aragó, de Savoia, del Marquesat de Montferrat, de Malaspina. Hom conserva d'ell una quinzena de cançons sovint dedicades a la comtessa de Malaspina, sis o set tençons, i un sirventès on es queixa de l'amor i enumera les gràcies de diverses dames.D'acord amb la seva «Vida», era fill d'un noble joglar anomenat Rostir, del que ha sobreviscut alguna peça. Albertet va ser famós per la seva veu i les melodies de la seves curtes cançons, però no per les seves lletres. El trobador Uc de Lescure va elogiar la veu d'Albertet (votz a ben dir). Dins la societat cortesana va ser un reconegut intèrpret i un bon conversador. La major part de la seva vida la va passar a Aurenja, on es va fer ric abans de traslladar-se a la Llombardia, on va romandre entre 1210 i 1221. A Itàlia va freqüentar les corts de Savoia, Montferrat, Malaspina, Gènova, i la dels Este, a Ferrara. A la cort dels Este és on probablement va entrar en contacte amb Guillem Augier Novella, Aimeric de Peguilhan i Aimeric de Belenoi. També va viatjar a l'oest de la Provença, lluny de Montferrand, on va conèixer Robert, el delfí d'Alvèrnia, Gaucelm Faidit i Peirol i, segons alguns testimonis, en algun moment fins i tot es van refugiar a Espanya. Amb el temps va tornar a Sisteron, a Forcauquier, on va morir.Una de les obres més famoses d'Albertet és una sàtira amb un munt d'elogis a set dones destacades del seu temps, sobretot a Beatriu de Savoia, esposa de Ramon Berenguer V de Provença. També existeix un tensó entre Albertet i Aimeric de Peguilhan: N'Albertz, chausetz a vostre sen Aquest tensó prova que ell es feia dir Albert, encara que escriguis més habitualment emprant el diminutiu. Albertet també va compondre un tensó amb Aimeric de Belenoi. Va elogiar Augier i Gaucelm Faidit, i honrà Peirol en una tornada:Peirol, violatz e chantatz cointamende ma chanzon los motz e·l son leugierMalgrat la seva reputació com a músic, només dos de les seves obres supervivents, Mos coratges m'es camjatz i A! mi no fai chantar foilla ni flors són melodies completes, i una altra, En mon cor ai un' aital encobida, està parcialment conservada.
  • Albertet de Sisteron Albertet o Albertetz de Sestaro o anche Sestaró, Sestairó, Sestairon, Sestarron o Terascon (Gap, 1194 – Sisteron, 1221) è stato un trovatore occitano, figlio di un giullare itinerante.
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  • Albertet de Sisteron, (1194-1221) troubadour natif de Gap, il était le fils d'un jongleur itinérant.↑ Albertet ou Albertetz est le diminutif occitan d'Albert, William P. Shepard, op. cit., p. 22.↑ Albertet de Sisteron↑ Dictionnaire de la Provence et de la Côte d'Azur, op. cit., p.28.
  • Albertet de Sisteron Albertet o Albertetz de Sestaro o anche Sestaró, Sestairó, Sestairon, Sestarron o Terascon (Gap, 1194 – Sisteron, 1221) è stato un trovatore occitano, figlio di un giullare itinerante.
  • Albertet de Sestaro, sometimes called Albertet de Terascon (fl. 1194–1221), was a Provençal jongleur and troubadour from the Gapençais (Gapensés in Occitan). Of his total oeuvre, twenty three poems survive. "Albertet" or "Albertetz" is the Occitan diminutive of Albert. Unqualified it usually refers to Albertet de Sestaro, but there was an Albertet Cailla. According to his vida he was the son of a noble jongleur named Asar, one of whose pieces may survive.
  • Albert de Sisteron, conegut com a Albertet, (fl. 1194 -1221) va ser un joglar i un trobador provençal de Gap. De la seva obra, han sobreviscut vint-i-tres poemes. "Albertet" o "Albertetz" és el diminutiu d'Albert en occità; tot i que aquesta denominació es refereix habitualment a Albertet de Sisteron, també hi havia un Albertet Caille.Va ser client, entre d'altres, de les corts de Catalunya-Aragó, de Savoia, del Marquesat de Montferrat, de Malaspina.
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