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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.

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Music

  • Madrigal (music), a European musical form of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries
    • Madrigal dinner, a form of dinner theater incorporating comedy, madrigals, and a feast
    • Madrigal comedy, entertainment music of late 16th century Italy, featuring a cappella madrigals
  • Madrigal (Trecento), an Italian musical form of the fourteenth and early fifteenth centuries
  • Madrigal (ensemble) an early music group formed in 1965 by the Russian composer and harpsichord player Andrey Volkonsky
  • "Madrigal" (song), a song by the Canadian rock band Rush, from the album A Farewell to Kings
  • "Madrigal" (Yes song), a 1978 song by British progressive rock band Yes, from the album Tormato
  • "Madrigal", a song by Swedish progressive metal band Opeth, from the album My Arms, Your Hearse
  • "Madrigal", a song by American singer Neil Diamond, from the album Tap Root Manuscript
  • "Madrigal", a song by Japanese band Malice Mizer, from the album Voyage ~Sans Retour~
  • Template:Nihongo, a 2001 album by Japanese singer Chara
  • Madrigals Etc, a predominantly vocal music group based in Bangalore, India
  • Mal Madrigal, band from Omaha, Nebraska

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