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.
There are also many musical organizations, including the Chamber Orchestra and the Madrigal Singers.
A madrigal proper is usually very contrapuntal, with much use of imitation. this makes all the voices equally important.
An early Coprario 4-part fantasia will demonstrate that he borrowed motives directly from a Ferrabosco madrigal.
A pure descending melody that could be an English madrigal meets warped chords simultaneously shimmering and turgid.
madrigal writer, Cathedral organist and a notorious blasphemer when drunk!
playa graduate of a building madrigal far above.
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