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  1. Tenso

    A tenso (Old Occitan: [tenˈsu, teⁿˈsu]; French: tençon) is a style of troubadour song. It takes the form of a debate in which each voice defends a position; common topics relate to love or ethics. Usually, the tenso is written by two different poets, but several examples exist in which one of the parties is imaginary, including God (Peire de Vic), the poet's horse (Gui de Cavalhon) or his cloak (Bertran Carbonel). Closely related, and sometimes overlapping, genres include:

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  1. Tenso

    A tenso is a style of troubadour song. It takes the form of a debate in which each voice defends a position; common topics relate to love or ethics. Usually, the tenso is written by two different poets, but several examples exist in which one of the parties is imaginary. Closely related genres include the partimen and the cobla exchange. Another close variant, wherein the two debaters were judged by a third is called the contenson or contençó, from the Occitan word for contest. In Italian literature, the tensó was adapted as the tenzon.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of tenso in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of tenso in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1

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