A cultured bard travelling 16th century France entertaining nobles with songs of courtly love and peasants with bawdy tunes. A jongleur.

Also known as minstrels, bards, and jongleurs, these entertainers were the mainstay of theatre and musical arts during the church age/dark ages. It was a most fortunate individual who could, whether by his glorious retelling of a Lord's most recent effort, or by soft tales and songs of romantic love to a lonely Lady, find a patron who would accept him into their court, and off the chancy path of the highway.

Troubadors were individuals of this sort who emphasized singing over other arts.

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