Guiraut d'Espanha (Old Occitan [ɡiˈɾawd desˈpaɲa] or de Tholoza (fl. 1245–1265) was of the last generation of troubadours, working in Provence at the court of Charles of Anjou and Countess Beatrice. Many of his poems were addressed to Beatrice. Guiraut was either from Spain or Toulouse—the manuscripts differ—but ten of his dansas, a pastorela, and a baladeta survive. One of his dansas, Ben volgra s'esser poges, survives with a melody. It begins:
He also wrote Per amor soi gai.
- Also d'Espagna or d'Espaigna.
- Aubrey, 24.
- Aubrey, 124.
- Aubrey, 125.