A lyrical form that could possibly be the Spanish version
of the Madrigal. Bob Newman has attempted to catalogue this from some examples in the wild. It looks as if he found one example and figured that was how they
are supposed to work. This is a much stricter definition that the general definition of the form. Its good though!
Mr. Newmans definition has a work in three strophes of seven, six and eight lines respectively. The last two lines of the first two strophes are
refrains that are repeated at the end of the third strophe. See the schematic for the rest of the information.