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Ars Nova

[ahrz noh-vuh, ahrs] /ˈɑrz ˈnoʊ və, ˈɑrs/
noun, Music.
1.
the style of composition characteristic of the 14th century in France and Italy.
Compare Ars Antiqua.
Origin
< Medieval Latin: new art
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ars nova

/ˈɑːz ˈnəʊvə/
noun
1.
a style of music of the 14th century, characterized by great freedom and variety of rhythm and melody contrasted with the strictness of the music of the 13th century
Word Origin
Latin, literally: new art
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