He is, however, the most notable Genoese troubadour after Lanfranc Cigala. He wrote one sirventes encouraging Alfonso to go to war with Henry III of England over Gascony, an event which provides a reliable date for the work' s composition (1253–1254). Outside of sirventes, he composed love songs in the style of Arnaut Daniel, but his most lauded work is a planh on the death of his lady. Bonifaci, Bonifatz, or Bonifacio Calvo (fl. 1253–1266) was a Genoese troubadour of the late thirteenth century. In total, nineteen of his poems and two descorts have survived. He wrote primarily in Occitan, concentrating on sirventes in imitation of Bertran de Born, but he did take up the court language and wrote two cantigas de amor and a multilingual poem. Bonifaci is known to have spent most of his career at the court of Alfonso X of Castile, where the prevailing language was Galician-Portuguese. High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The only biographical account of (part of) his life is found in the vida of Bertolome Zorzi.
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