Three-part Madrigal, *Allor che ignuda*

Three-part Madrigal, Allor che ignuda


From Il primo libro della muse à 3, pub. 1562. Arr. for three recorders: 1. alto, 2. alto or tenor, 3. tenor or bass. Approximate translation of the text (by this non-speaker with the help of Google Translate), “Now that the earth is bare of grass and flowers, because the sun stretched out away from us, every pretty sight is gone that made this gentle pink girl wander every meadow, until now evergreen with leaves and flowers.”

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