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Spanish capon-like, eunuch-like, eunuch a cappella Italian music that is vocal or choral but without instrumental accompaniment sometime incorrectly written with one p, i. Venice, a cappella music was and is often used in church music and particularly that of those groups listed below: Gregorian chant in the Roman catholic church, the traditional music for Latin texts, Gregorian chant is performed in unison and with free-flowing rhythms that follow the phrasing of the text and the chants often call for one syllable to be sung across several notes Renaissance sacred vocal music the majority of sacred vocal music from the Renaissance is unaccompanied.
The finest examples are generally considered to be those written by the Italian composer Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina trecento madrigal the sixteenth-century madrigal, a setting for voices of a secular text, often in Italian, a form that has its origins in the frottola, and was also influenced by the motet and the French chanson of the Renaissance, is related mostly by name alone to the Italian trecento madrigal of the late 13th- and 14th-centuries, that were set for 2 or 3 voices without accompaniment, or with instruments possibly doubling the vocal lines madrigale spirituale s.
Italian a madrigal, or madrigal-like piece of music, with a sacred rather than a secular text. Most examples of the form date from the late Renaissance and early Baroque eras, and principally come from Italy and Germany.
Madrigali spirituali were almost always intended for an audience of cultivated, often aristocratic amateurs. They were performed at private houses, academies, and courts of noblemen in Italy and adjacent countries, but almost certainly were not used liturgically. Although originally the madrigale spirituale was an a cappella form, instrumental accompaniment was used on occasion, especially after exclusive psalmody following the regulative principle of worship, many Reformed churches adopted the doctrine of exclusive psalmody: Some Reformed churches, especially the Calvinists, rejected the use of instrumental music and organs in church, preferring to sing all of the music a cappella.
Even today, the Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America, the Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland, and other Reformed churches of the Scottish tradition maintain this practice "We declare, that it is the will of God that the songs contained in the Book of Psalms be sung in His worship, both public and private, to the end of the world; and in singing God's praise, these songs should be employed to the exclusion of the devotional compositions of uninspired men.