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The crowning musical achievements of the Renaissance lay chiefly within the realm of vocal music. The masters of the sixteenth century brought to supreme climax the development of Mass and motet, chanson and madrigal; yet the Renaissance also witnessed a flowering of instrumental music, destined ultimately to supplant in importance the older, vocal art.
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Bartholomew, Leland Earl, "Alessandro Rauerij's Collection of Canzoni per Sonare (Venice, 1608) Volume I Historical and Analytical Study" (1965). Fort Hays Studies Series. 43.