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Italian, "circle" or "association") Circle of intellectuals and amateurs of the arts that met in Florence, Italy, in the 1570s and 1580s. Members included Count Bardi, Vincenzo Galilei (Galileo’s father), Girolamo Mei, Giulio Caccini, perhaps Jacopo Peri. They discussed literature, science, and the arts and musicians performed new music.
Camerata
Where did the Camerata meet?
Florence, Italy
a musical interlude on a pastoral, allegorical, or mythological subject performed between acts of a play
intermedio
Italian for "work," a drama with continuous or nearly continuous music that is staged with scenery, costumes, and action
opera
Italian for "little book," the text for an opera, usually a play in rhymed or unrhymed verse
libretto