Conon de Béthune (before 1160[1] 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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Year Title Artist RatingReleases
1997 Richard Cœur de Lion: Troubadors et trouveres Alla Francesca 1
1998 Century Classics, Volume 8: Love Songs of the Middle Ages 1150 - 1450 Sequentia 1
1999 La Chanson de Guillaume : Lai, chansons guerrières et politiques 1188-1250 Diabolus in Musica 1
2000 Songs From the Crusades Oliphant 1
2006 La Doce Acordance: chansons de trouvères (Diabolus in Musica, feat. conductor: Antoine Gerber) Diabolus in Musica 1
2006 Secular Songs & Dances from the Middle Ages Modo Antiquo, Bettina Hoffmann 1
2009 Pastourelle: The Art of Machaut and the Trouvères Fortune's Wheel 1
Ahi! Amours Vox Antiqua 1

Album + Compilation

Year Title Artist RatingReleases
1989 Tristan & Iseult The Boston Camerata, Joel Cohen 2
1990 Lo Gai Saber : Troubadours et Jongleurs 1100-1300 Camerata Mediterranea, Joel Cohen 1
1998 The Cross of Red New Orleans Musica da Camera 1
2004 Trésors Moyen-Âge Various Artists 1
2013 Erato - 50 CD Collection Various Artists 1
Trouvères: Courtly Love Songs From Northern France: Sequentia Various Artists 1

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