What Is a Musical Madrigal?


A madrigal musical is a piece of music of secular spoken music that is normally a part-song and was used in the Renaissance and early Baroque eras. It originated from Italy and it most often set polyphonically in two parts. The number of voices in a madrigal varies from two to eight, and most commonly from three to six.
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Originally a form of coval composition of 14th century Italy, the madrigal became, in the 16th and 17th centuries, a favourite form of part-song, stemming first from Italy... More »
A musical madrigal is a vocal music composition, usually a part of a song, of the Renaissance and early Baroque eras. Madrigal originated from Italy and also from the influence of the French chanson around 1920's.
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