Madrigal Singers

LORELAI: Okay, this is the last on our list. We’ve already got our trumpets, our madrigal singers …

A madrigal is a Renaissance-era secular musical composition for unaccompanied voices, usually three to six singers. It first arose in Italy, but became very popular in England in the 16th century, as well as continental Europe.

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