"Young Love In Spring"
"Courting Couples" (Vinea)
"The Troubadour" (Vinea)
"The Trubadour" (von Zichy)
"Lovers" (Guillaume de Machaut)
"The Gentle Music of a Bygone Day" (Spenser Hall)
The Jongleurs were often collaborators or assistants of medieval troubadours or minstrels, who performed the songs of the latter. Jongleurs gained a reputation of itinerant entertainers. Their repertoire included extravagant skills in dancing, conjuring, acrobatics, and juggling. The Jongleurs also played a part in singing, and storytelling.