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Definition of Madrigalist
Madrigalist Mad"ri*gal*ist, n.
A composer of madrigals.
Meaning of Madrigalist from wikipedia
- early madrigalist
Jean de Latre
(c. 1505/1510–1569) Johannes
Lupi (c. 1506–1539) Jacques Arcadelt
(c. 1507–1568), most famous
of the early madrigalists
- The Prague Madrigalists
(or Prague Madrigal
Singers; in Czech: Pražští madrigalisté) is a Czech chamber music ensemble founded
in 1956 as Noví pěvci madrigalů...
- Practicall Musicke
(1597) Born c. 1557 Norwich, England
Died early October
1602 (aged 45) London, England Occupation
- and dance
used, and a number
were skilled madrigalists
, a song form that uses chromatics
- was an Italian
composer. While mostly famous
as the solitary Italian madrigalist working
in England, and the one mainly responsible
for the growth
- avant-garde style
of the Ferrara School
and the late century madrigalist Carlo
Gesualdo; and the grandiose, sonorous music
of the Venetian
- sonnets. Cipriano
de Rore was the most influential
of the mid-century madrigalists after
Willaert. While Willaert
in his text...
- as a prolific composer
of m****es and motets, he was also an important madrigalist
. His ability
to bring together
the functional needs
of the Catholic
- po****rised the resort
of Brighton. Lewes
is the birthplace
of 16th-century madrigalist Nicholas
Yonge. In the 1960s it was home to Charlie Watts
of the Rolling...
preliminaries. Seven variations
follow: Her Majesty's Virginal
The Dark Lady The Highlanders Pastorale
Mr. Weller, Senior, Discusses...
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