The Psaumes of Clement Marot (1538) were curious adaptations of Hebrew ideas to French forms of the epigram and the madrigal.
of Portugal (thus being through both parents a descendant of John of Gaunt), and was born at Madrigal on the 22nd of April 1451.
madrigal writer, Cathedral organist and a notorious blasphemer when drunk!
A madrigal proper is usually very contrapuntal, with much use of imitation. this makes all the voices equally important.
There are also many musical organizations, including the Chamber Orchestra and the Madrigal Singers.
A pure descending melody that could be an English madrigal meets warped chords simultaneously shimmering and turgid.
playa graduate of a building madrigal far above.
An early Coprario 4-part fantasia will demonstrate that he borrowed motives directly from a Ferrabosco madrigal.
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