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The publication of madrigals in praise of Queen Elizabeth, after her death, may be easily accounted for.
NOTES AND QUERIES, VOL. IV, NUMBER 98, SEPTEMBER 13, 1851VARIOUS
Now a question arises, who was the Bonny-boots mentioned in the two last-quoted madrigals?
NOTES AND QUERIES, VOL. IV, NUMBER 98, SEPTEMBER 13, 1851VARIOUS
The musicians meanwhile performed a series of madrigals accompanied by viole d'amore, violins, and viole da gamba.
A GERMAN POMPADOURMARIE HAY
His page René was a poet, and had written many sonnets and madrigals.
THE BROWNING CYCLOPDIAEDWARD BERDOE
He bound himself to pay for his quarterly allowance in quarterly madrigals, ballads, or sonnets.
THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY, VOL. 13, NO. 78, APRIL, 1864VARIOUS
It looks as if he had tried to imitate the Madrigals he had heard, and to adapt some of the phrases to sacred words.
TWELVE GOOD MUSICIANSFREDERICK BRIDGE
Of this sort are Weelkes's madrigals mentioned below, book ii.
RELIQUES OF ANCIENT ENGLISH POETRY, VOLUME II (OF 3)THOMAS PERCY
Yet it looked to her in unreasoning agony that it was so, for now he was with Edith, indulging in more madrigals, no doubt.
ARUNDELEDWARD FREDERIC BENSON
Her published compositions took the shape of two volumes64 of madrigals, issued in 1568 and 1583.
WOMAN'S WORK IN MUSICARTHUR ELSON
This collection consists not merely of sonnets but of madrigals, sestines, canzons, and other attempts after Italian masters.
A HISTORY OF ENGLISH LITERATUREGEORGE SAINTSBURY

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