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The women voices during the Middle-Ages are a mystery. Georges Dudy often commented: during this « Man Middle Ages », « all the speeches attributed to them were in fact men's », pushing the real living of women out of reach and their speech almost inaudible. If the diversity of their voices is significant, if many different artistic genres give us the illusion to approach it, those voices were always transmitted by men, clerks, scribes. What about the repertoire of this recording that we boldly named « Songs and polyphony of the Trouvères women » whereas the first woman recognised as a real writer, Christine de Pizan, only lived at the end of the 14th century?