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- A Madrigal (Ah! leave my soul like forest pool), a poem by Olive Custance
- Madrigal (My thoughts hold mortal strife), a poem by William Drummond
- A Madrigal (Dream days of fond delight and hours), a poem by Paul Laurence Dunbar.
- Madrigal (A wreath of fair flowers the maid), a poem by William Maxwell.
- A Madrigal (Crabbed Age and Youth cannot live together), a poem by William Shakespeare from The Passionate Pilgrim.
- Madrigal (Take, O take those lips away), a song by William Shakespeare from Measure for Measure.
- Madrigal (Tell me where is fancy bred), a song by William Shakespeare from The Merchant of Venice.
- Madrigal (Why should I constant be?), a poem by Edmund Clarence Stedman.