Definition of Madrigalist. Meaning of Madrigalist. Synonyms of Madrigalist

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Definition of Madrigalist

Madrigalist
Madrigalist Mad"ri*gal*ist, n. A composer of madrigals.

Meaning of Madrigalist from wikipedia

- composition beyond Italy; and Philippe de Monte (1521–1603), the most prolific madrigalist, first published in 1554. In Venice, Andrea Gabrieli (1532–1585) composed...
- 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 Tielman...
- The Prague Madrigalists (or Prague Madrigal Singers; in Czech: Pražští madrigalisté) is a Czech chamber music ensemble founded in 1956 as Noví pěvci madrigalů...
- Ninetta in Verdi's I Vespri Siciliani (with Cristina Deutekom), and the Madrigalist in Puccini's Manon Lescaut (with Dorothy Kirsten and John Alexander)...
- Practicall Musicke (1597) Born c. 1557 Norwich, England Died early October 1602 (aged 45) London, England Occupation composer, organist and madrigalist...
- and dance were widely used, and a number of innamorati were skilled madrigalists, a song form that uses chromatics and close harmonies. Audiences came...
- was an Italian composer. While mostly famous as the solitary Italian madrigalist working in England, and the one mainly responsible for the growth of...
- Renaissance, of the Venetian School. He was particularly prominent as a madrigalist, one of the few among the Venetians other than Monteverdi and Andrea...
- Hengrave from 27–30 August 1578 and a chamber is named in her honour. The madrigalist John Wilbye was emplo**** by the Kitsons at Hengrave and in London, as...
- he probably made the acquaintance of John Wilbye, a much more famous madrigalist, who lived and worked only a few miles away, and whose style he sometimes...