Wolbero of Cologne
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Wolbero (died 1167) was a Benedictine abbot of St Pantaleon Abbey, Cologne. He is known for his commentary on the Song of Songs, the first to be addressed to a female audience (nuns of Nonnenwerth).
- David S. Chamberlain, Wolbero of Cologne (d. 1167): A Zenith of Musical Imagery, Medieval Studies 33 (1971), pp. 114–126
- PDF, p. 2.
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