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  • n. Plural form of cantiga.

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Examples

  • Os blogs portugueses são uma de três coisas: variações mais ou menos talentosas das cantigas de escárnio e mal dizer; acumulações de interessantíssimas bocejo elocubrações politiqueiras; e, os mais comuns, parágrafros produzidos por injustiçados por nunca terem sido escolhidos para receber o prémio nobel da literatura.

    O Post Inexistente

  • Viola de Lereno: collecçao das suas cantigas, etc.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 3: Brownson-Clairvaux

  • His cantigas acquired great popularity, and it is sometimes difficult to single out his compositions from the mass of those claimed by the people as their own.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 3: Brownson-Clairvaux

  • Although he was a mulatto, he obtained entrance into high society in the Portugese capital, chiefly because he was a clever entertainer who could improvise cantigas and play his own accompaniment on the viol.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 3: Brownson-Clairvaux

  • Se olhardes as cantigas do prazer acostumado todas tem som lamentado, carregado de fadigas, longe do tempo passado.

    Four Plays of Gil Vicente

  • A few uncertainties crept into the performance in the most rhythmically complicated Cypriot pieces, but dance-like instrumental arrangements of cantigas, like A Virgen Santa Maria

    Ionarts

  • The contrast is between the rustic _cossante_ and the more 'cultivated' or Court _cantigas_ that follow (_Ja não quer_ and

    Four Plays of Gil Vicente

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