- a part-song for several voices, especially one of the Renaissance period, typically arranged in elaborate counterpoint and without instrumental accompaniment. Originally used of a genre of 14th-century Italian songs, the term now usually refers to English or Italian songs of the late 16th and early 17th c., in a free style strongly influenced by the text.
noun: madrigal, plural noun: madrigals
- a part-song for several voices, especially one of the Renaissance period, typically ...
1.frequency 頻率 2.remorsefully 後悔莫及 3.the small cosmos 小宇宙 4.a madrigal 小情歌 5.relativity 相對論 6.a skipjack 飛魚 7.mum song無言歌 8.float 漂浮 9...
唱歌很好聽 sing like a bird 歌唱很動聽 beautiful singing of the madrigal 唱歌的技巧 art of the singer 他(她)很會唱歌 He/She sings well.
...the sympathy in the phrase and the song easily So I like most to express the madrigal