Of Vogelwied, the Minnesinger, and his bequest to the birds.
Yet, Ssskind von Trimberg was at once a Jew and a minnesinger.
His last production as a minnesinger was a prescription for a "virtue-electuary."
The era of the minnesinger has been divided into three periods.
He began his career as a minnesinger, but later on entered a monastery.
Surely the light-hearted boy, for boy he always has been to me, was meant for a minnesinger.
The troubadour of Provence, like the minnesinger of Germany, imitated these invocations to spring.
The Minnesinger dames went far beyond our laird's daughter in the way of requiring "ferlies" from their lovers.
Hence the Minnesinger was a minstrel whose avowed theme was love.
Eschenbach (eshen-ba˙h), Wolfram von, German medival poet or minnesinger, flourished in the first half of the thirteenth century.