"Je chevauchoie l'autrier" by Moniot de Paris (fl. aft. 1250) as performed by Anne Azéma and the Camerata Mediterranea. Moniot de Paris is thought to be the Monniot who wrote the "Dit de fortune" in 1278. As a trouvère he left 9 pieces: 3 'pastourelles', 1 'chanson de rencontre', 1 'chanson de la malmariée', and 4 enigmatic 'rotrouenges' that are not of the 'grand chant' variety. His work blurs the traditional boundaries between genres and represents a "low" style or "less refined lyricism".