Camerata

[crinoid] The Camerata or camerate crinoids are an extinct subclass of Paleozoic stalked crinoids. They originated in the Middle Ordovician and went extinct in the end-Permian mass extinction, and reached their maximum diversity during the Mississippian. Anatomically, they are distinguished by: ...
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Camerata

[music] A camerata is a small chamber orchestra or choir, with up to 40 to 60 musicians or choristers. == Examples of music ensembles == ...
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Camerata

[worm] Camerata is triclad genus in the sub family Uteriporinae. ...
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Camerata

A group of Florentine writers and one musician who regularly met in the late 1600s to discuss art and experiment with art form. The
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Camerata

Florentine society of intellectuals, poets, and musicians, the first of several such groups that formed in the decades preceding 1600. The Camerata ... [4 related articles]
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