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Oxford dictionary definition of the word madrigal:
(music) a type of 16th- or 17th-century part song for unaccompanied voices with an amatory or pastoral text Compare glee (sense 2)
a 14th-century Italian song, related to a pastoral stanzaic verse form
madrigalian (ˌmædrɪˈɡælɪən Pronunciation for madrigalian ; -ˈɡeɪ-) adjective
C16: from Italian, from Medieval Latin mātricāle primitive, apparently from Latin mātrīcālis of the womb, from matrīx womb
Example Sentences Including ‘madrigal’
As an English madrigal puts it, `Sweet lovers love the spring.
Snaith, John G. THE NEW CENTURY BIBLE COMMENTARY (SONG OF SONGS)
Echo, a modern madrigal by American composer Robert Young made for a very powerful conclusion.
EDMONTON SUN (2003)