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A troubadour is a composer and performer of songs during the High Middle Ages in Europe.
Troubadour, The Troubadour, Troubadours or The Troubadours may also refer to:
- Troubadour Records, a Japanese record label
- The Troubadours, a UK indie band based in Wigan
- Troubadour (George Strait album), an album by George Strait
- "Troubadour" (song), this album's title track and second single
- Troubadour (J. J. Cale album), the fourth album by J. J. Cale
- Troubadour (K'naan album), a 2009 album by K'naan
- "Troubadours", a song by Van Morrison on the album Into the Music
- "The Troubadour", a song by A. C. Newman from the album Shut Down the Streets
- Troubadour: The Definitive Collection 1964–1976, the first CD boxed set from singer-songwriter Donovan
- The Troubadour (London), a coffee house and music venue in London, England, established 1954 and famous as one of the primary venues of the British folk revival in the late 1950s and 1960s
- Troubadour (West Hollywood, California), a music venue and night club in Los Angeles, California, which was copied after the London venue
- Bristol Troubadour Club, a music venue in Bristol, England noted for folk and blues music, particularly in the 1960s and host to (among others) John Renbourn, Bert Jansch, The Incredible String Band and Roy Harper
- A poet of trovadorismo in Galician-Portuguese
- Il trovatore, an opera by Giuseppe Verdi
- Troubadour (horse), an American Thoroughbred racehorse
- Troubador (Oh My Goddess!), a fictional character in the Oh My Goddess anime/manga series
- Troubador Press, a San Francisco book publishing company founded by Malcolm Whyte
- Twoubadou, a Haitian folk genre
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