The minnesinger Marner, in the thirteenth century, bitterly complains that brewers make beer even without malt.
Of Vogelwied, the minnesinger, and his bequest to the birds.
The 13th-century minnesinger, known as Der Marner, says that the Nibelungen treasure was hidden beneath the rock.
The era of the minnesinger has been divided into three periods.
Yet, Ssskind von Trimberg was at once a Jew and a minnesinger.
He began his career as a minnesinger, but later on entered a monastery.
Eschenbach (eshen-ba˙h), Wolfram von, German medival poet or minnesinger, flourished in the first half of the thirteenth century.
Surely the light-hearted boy, for boy he always has been to me, was meant for a minnesinger.
His last production as a minnesinger was a prescription for a "virtue-electuary."
Hence the minnesinger was a minstrel whose avowed theme was love.
one of a class of medieval German poets who imitated the troubadours, 1825, from German minnesinger, from minne "love," especially "sexual love" (from Old High German minna "loving memory," originally "memory;" see mind (n.)) + singer (see singer). German minne by c.1500 no longer was considered decent, and it became a taboo word until revived 18c. in poetic language.