Ars Antiqua

Ars Antiqua

[ahrz an-tee-kwuh, ahrs-]
noun Music.
the style of composition characteristic of the 13th century, especially in France.
Compare Ars Nova.


Origin:
< Medieval Latin: ancient art

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