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Madrigal Essay Examples

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Renaissance Period Giving Birth to New Breed of Artist
The Renaissance was a period by which modern scholars consider as that between 1350 1600. Abundant in this new age was inventions and individualistic beliefs. Changes in music and cultural behavior were some of the most evident development from its predecessor of the Middle ages. Period of new inventions, belief, musical st...
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A Description of Marigal During the Renaissance Era and Changes in the 16th Century
Michael Karnes Madrigal During the Renaissance era, secular vocal music became more and more popular. Throughout Europe, music was being set to poems. This was especially true in Italy, where the madrigal began. Madrigal is defined as a piece for several solo voices set to a short poem (Music an Appreciation pg. 85). Th...
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