A group of singers usually gathering in a cult-type situation. They tend to annoyingly sing christmas-type songs in 4-8 part harmony all year round, despite the season. They dress in clothes which are usually found at a renissance fair. Madrigal singers and players are in no way superior to their more musical counterparts in band.
The Madrigals at our school are annoyingly arrogant, but don't know much about music.
A group of people who spend countless hours preparing music and making it perfect together. A group that turns into a family: full of love, understanding, friendship and renaissance costumes. Madrigals perform throughout their community, and bring joy everywhere they go. They know they are lucky to be together and to be able to share what they can do. They touch the hearts of many, and speak with funny accents.
Man, those Madrigals sounded really good. I bet they spent years putting that together.