Madrigal music is a form of Renaissance vocal music that originated in Italy during the late 15th century. It is a polyphonic style of music, meaning that it is composed of multiple independent vocal parts. Madrigals are usually written for four to six voices, and are often set to a poem or text in the vernacular language. The music is typically light and lyrical, and often includes intricate counterpoint and imitation between the voices. Madrigals were popular in the 16th and 17th centuries, and were often performed in private homes or at court.

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