Meaning of madrigalian in English:

madrigalian

Pronunciation /madrɪˈɡeɪlɪən/

adjective

See madrigal

‘Much of its music is in the ‘speech-song’ of the stile rappresentativo (as the title has it, ‘per recitar cantando’), but there are also madrigalian, strophic, and dance-like songs and simple, effective choruses.’
  • ‘The opening track, Dopo la vittoria, begins in sprightly madrigalian form, entirely appropriate to a commission from the City of Milan.’
  • ‘It is really the chorus that is centre stage (even when it is off stage), and the teeming Covent Garden forces had an overwhelming madrigalian splendour.’