Conon De Béthune

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Conon de Béthune (before 1160 in the former region of Artois, today Pas-de-Calais - 17 December 1219, possibly at Adrianople) was a French crusader and "trouvère" poet who became a senior official and finally regent of the Latin Empire of Constantinople. Alternative spellings of his name include Coesnes, Quenes, Conain, and Quenon.
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98 F 22 CD Conon De Béthune - La Primavera D'Amore - I Trovatori XII-XIII sec. album art Gérard Zuchetto, Patrice Brient, Jacques Khoudir Tant Ai Amé Gérard Zuchetto, Patrice Brient, Jacques Khoudir - La Primavera D'Amore - I Trovatori XII-XIII sec.(CD) Fonè 98 F 22 CD Italy 1999 Sell This Version
D2756 Conon De Béthune - la Chanson de Guillaume - Lai, Chansons Guerrières Et Politiques - Lays, War And Political Songs 1188-1250 album art Diabolus In Musica Ahi Amours and 1 more… Diabolus In Musica - la Chanson de Guillaume - Lai, Chansons Guerrières Et Politiques - Lays, War And Political Songs 1188-1250(CD, Album) Studio SM D2756 France 1999 Sell This Version

Compilations

09026-61917-2 Conon De Béthune - Early Music Sampler album art Various Tant Ai Amé C'or Me Convient Hair Various - Early Music Sampler(CD, Comp) Deutsche Harmonia Mundi 09026-61917-2 US 1993 Sell This Version