A type of Renaissance-era music that originated in Italy in the 16th century. It is typically vocal music, often featuring four to six voices singing in harmony. The lyrics are usually in Italian, and the music is known for its intricate harmonies and use of counterpoint. Madrigals were often performed in small groups in intimate settings, and were popular among the upper classes of society. Today, madrigals are still performed by choirs and vocal ensembles around the

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