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Ulrich von Lichtenstein

(o͝ol`rĭkh fən lĭkh`tənshtīn), c.1200–1275, German minnesingerminnesinger
, a medieval German knight, poet, and singer of Minne, or courtly love. Originally imitators of Provençal troubadours, minnesingers developed their own style in the 13th and 14th cent.
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. His chief work, Frauendienst [service of his lady] (1255), is a record in verse of a long and convention-bound courtship. His dialogue Frauenbuch (1257) laments the decay of chivalric courtship.
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Ingrid Bennewitz offers a discussion of night songs, serenas, in late medieval German lyric poetry, including those by Hadlaub, Ulrich von Liechtenstein, and the Monch von Salzburg.
The majority of the chapters are devoted to single authors (Heinrich von Veldeke, Hartmann von Aue, Gottfried von Strassburg, Wolfram von Eschenbach, Ulrich von Zatzikhoven, Walther von der Vogelweide, Der Stricker, Rudolf von Ems, Ulrich von Liechtenstein, Konrad von Wurzburg, Wernher der Gartner).
And so Sir Ulrich von Liechtenstein of Gelderland is born.
For Wolfzettel the double cycle structure, however significant, is only one possible variant out of many, while for Tomasek, even though he sees traces of this structure in the 'Venusfahrt' of Ulrich von Liechtenstein, it is only one of various Arthurian structural elements compiled by this author who, unlike medieval scholarship in the last few decades, shows no fixation on the double cycle.