Madrigal (disambiguation)

Madrigal is a European musical form of the 1500s and 1600s.

Madrigal may also refer to:

LiteratureEdit

WorksEdit

CharactersEdit

  • Madrigal, a main character in the Daughter of Smoke and Bone trilogy by Laini Taylor
  • Anna Madrigal, fictional character from Armistead Maupin's novel series Tales of the City
  • Miss Madrigal, a character in the play The Chalk Garden by Enid Bagnold
  • Madrigal Raith, aka Darby Crane, a character in the novel Proven Guilty by Jim Butcher
  • Madeline Madrigal, aka Ma-Ma, a character in the 2012 movie Dredd
  • Madrigal, a mysterious family branch in the novel series: The 39 Clues

MusicEdit

FormsEdit

  • Madrigal comedy, entertainment music of late 16th century Italy, featuring a cappella madrigals
  • Madrigal dinner, a form of dinner theater incorporating comedy, madrigals, and a feast
  • Madrigal (Trecento), an Italian musical form of the fourteenth and early fifteenth centuries

ArtistsEdit

  • Madrigal (ensemble) an early music group formed in 1965 by the Russian composer and harpsichord player Andrey Volkonsky
  • Madrigals Etc, a predominantly vocal music group based in Bangalore, India

Classical compositionsEdit

AlbumsEdit

SongsEdit

TelevisionEdit

PeopleEdit

Madrigal is also used as a Spanish surname that refers to:

PlacesEdit