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vir·gin·al

(vĭr'ji-năl),
1. Relating to a virgin.
2. Synonym(s): virgin (2)
[L. virginalis]
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vir·gin·al

(vĭr'ji-năl)
1. Relating to or having the characteristics of a virgin.
2. Synonym(s): virgin (2) .
[L. virginalis]
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virginal

(vĕr′jĭn-ăl) [L. virgo, a maiden]
Rel. to a virgin or to virginity.
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It is no secret that the English lute repertory of the so-called 'Golden Age' (1590--1620) was some two or three times larger than that of the contemporary virginalist repertory.
She traces this trend through frequently arranged songs by the English virginalists, including "The Nightingale." Another song, "Fortune My Foe," experienced a rich life outside of music; it was often referenced in spoken plays and associated with a number of different texts, which allowed keyboard performers to "tell their own favorite version of the 'Fortune' story" (p.
The concert is titled " 'Varied' Dialogues with Jakob van Eyck: 'Der Fluyten Lust-hof' and the English Virginalists."
The style transmitted by Sweelinck shows a thorough knowledge of all the keyboard traditions of his time--the free forms (fantasias and toccatas) and improvisatory practices of the Venetians, the variations (based on both sacred and secular themes) of the English virginalists, and the imitation of the Franco Flemish and Italians--as well as his own concepts of polyphony, figuration, and structure.